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Haddon Avenue Transit Village

CFP is working together with its development partners, including Grapevine Development, Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, and the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA), to work on developing a 15-acre mixed-use transit village on a former industrial strip situated between the Lourdes campus and the Ferry Avenue PATCO Station. The development will include a grocery store, parking garage, office building, and residential housing.

CFP is currently focusing on the roadway infrastructure improvements that are necessary for the project, which will include complete-street upgrades to segments of Haddon Avenue, Copewood Street, and White Horse Pike. The work will be completed under grants from the Delaware River Port Authority, Camden Economic Recovery Board, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. CFP also has grant applications pending for additional construction funding.

CFP began hosting a series of community workshop in January 2013 for the residents of the Parkside and Whitman Park community. The workshops allowed the opportunity for residents to learn about the street design fenestrations and to vote on streetscape furniture and landscaping elements. CFP will continue to work with the residents of Parkside and Whitman Park to inform them on the progress of the project.


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