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
Roosevelt Plaza Park Pop Up: Third Thursday Art Crawl
Bright blue and orange chairs, yellow umbrellas and colorful flowers comprise a "pop-up park" unveiled in Camden Monday.
CAMDEN City officials announced the creation of a "pop-up park" outside City Hall where lawn chairs, picnic tables, light installations, and a piano will remain available to the public through December.
The skate park is part of an initiative called Connect the Lots that targets underused and vacant space in Camden through a $1 million grant
Cooper's Ferry Partnership was recently awarded a $475,000 grant from ArtPlace America, a group that supports creative placemaking efforts across the country.
Mayor Dana L. Redd and Senator Donald Norcross Announced Completion of the Waterfront and Downtown Road Network
S&P Recognizes Camden’s Financial Improvements And Stability; Gives City An Assessment Rating of BBB+
Cooper’s Ferry Partnership announced today that it is among 55 grants given by ArtPlace America (ArtPlace) in 2014, to support creative placemaking across the country.
Rutgers University-Camden, in conjunction with Cooper’s Ferry Partnership and the Cooper-Grant Neighborhood Association, will use the money to develop a residential plan for the Cooper-Grant/Central Waterfront neighborhood.
One of the oldest buildings left standing in Camden is set to get some much-needed rehabilitation this summer, with the help of a very modern technique.