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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
Liberty Property Trust plans to construct a $1 billion “iconic skyline” along the Delaware River in Camden, N.J., that aims to become an integral component to the struggling city’s revitalization.
In an effort to help connect residents to public spaces throughout the city, more than four miles of on-road bike trails were officially opened Thursday.
About 8,500 parking spots on the city's waterfront will be available for those heading to Pope Francis' visit Saturday and Sunday.
The first annual Camden Waterfront Arts and Wine Festival was hosted Saturday at Wiggins Park Marina in Camden, NJ.
The Mayor’s Office, the Philadelphia 76ers, officers from Camden County Police Department, and community leaders joined today in the city’s sixth annual Camden Clean Campaign.
Camden is getting a pop-up rainwater harvesting system installed in front of City Hall, thanks to a $50,000 grant.
An army of nonprofits and government agencies has targeted Camden for rescue and revitalization, seeking to end its perennial ranking as the most dangerous city in America, create jobs, and improve the wellbeing of a population afflicted with high rates of unemployment and chronic health problems.
The Board of Directors of the Environmental Design Research Association and the 2015 EDRA Great Places Awards jurors awards RPP a 2014 Great Places Award in the Design category.
"Why should Philly have all the fun?"
Meet our 2015 NJ Company of the Year, F.W. Winter Inc. & Co.