Change Starts Here
Cooper's Ferry Partnership is facilitating the revival of the City of Camden by creating an environment where people choose to live, work, and invest. We develop visionary, long-range plans for the redevelopment of Camden’s waterfronts and work with private sector, government and community partners to make these plans a reality.
Recent News and Projects
The grant will support a day-long health impact and livability assessment in Camden called “Walking Towards the Green.”
Landscape Architecture Magazine, February 2015
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Cooper's Ferry Partnership, in Camden, received a $25,000 grant to support the Roosevelt Plaza Park project. The grant will fund development of community and rain gardens in the Park.
Read about the growing coworking community in Haddonfield & Camden.
Project for Public Spaces is delighted to announce that The Kresge Foundation has awarded a grant for the Placemaking Leadership Council (PLC). This support will help us to build on the momentum generated at the second annual PLC meeting in Pittsburgh.
CAMDEN, N.J. — In a city with a bleak history of crime and poverty, plans for real estate development suggest there is new hope for an economic revival, thanks in large part to tax credits from a state-run program.
Camden City tree lighting at Roosevelt Plaza Park, December 4, 2014.
New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids (NJPHK), a program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, presented the “Healthy Kids Champion” award to Ms. Meishka L. Mitchell, during its Building Healthy, Equitable Communities Conference on Wednesday, December 3rd at the Pines Manor in Edison, N.J.
Wisnefski also highlighted some of the recent strides in public safety and economic development that helped him to decide to move WebiMax to the Camden Waterfront.