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
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.
Projects Include Philadelphia 76ers To Move Their Headquarters & Practice Facility To Camden; New Student & Residential Housing On Broadway
DCM Architecture & Engineering, a Camden-based design, construction and management company, was named the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 2014 New Jersey Minority Small Business Award.
Congratulations to the Fairview 5K organizers for a fantastic family-friendly and fun event!
Pyne Poynt Park was celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 11:00 am Pyne Poynt Park
7th Street & Erie Street
Camden, New Jersey 08102
Kathy Dobie spends a season of heroism and survival with the coaches, players, moms, dreamers, retired gangbangers, and wised-up ex-cons who believe in baseball's power to transform the hood
The newest plan for a bicycle and pedestrian ramp on the Camden side of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge calls for a single slope, with a "bump-out" platform to slow bike traffic.