NJ Future Forum 2012 Creating a Redevelopment Agenda Perno

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  • Camden’s waterfront can be a substantial asset – one that connects the city and state to the region, as well as creates a desirable place to live and work. Camden’s Central Waterfront is currently grossly underutilized. What could serve as a valuable connection between the community and the river instead serves as a barrier. The adjacent neighborhood has suffered as a result of low investment and poor quality of life in the area due, in part, to truck traffic, pollution, and infrastructural problems. Comment on projected vacancies and distress NOTE: I wrote the poverty rate for all of Camden – but we can get it just for the neighborhoods we want through PolicyMap if they’re approximately census tracts? NOTE: 250 is the total acres in our project area. I can’t find the breakdown by industrial land/residential land and taxes paid. I see from the Halcrow report that Beckett takes up 125 acres.
  • Animation of downtown waterfront, City parks and open spaces; CSSD expansion
  • Animation of downtown waterfront, City parks and open spaces; CSSD expansion
  • NJ Future Forum 2012 Creating a Redevelopment Agenda Perno

    1. 1. Planning PartnershipsProject Implementation 03.09.12 New Jersey Future Anthony J. Perno III, Esq. Redevelopment Forum Chief Executive Officer
    2. 2. Harnessing Camden’s potential as a place in which to live, work, visit and invest Unmatched regional location Excellent public transportation Influential institutional presence Regional waterfront recreational assets 15 miles of waterfront land Effective leaders & community organizations
    3. 3. Economic Development
    4. 4. Creating a Sense of Place
    5. 5. Institutional Development July 7, 2
    6. 6. Neighborhood Building
    7. 7. Research & Policy
    8. 8. Anthony J. Perno III, Esq. Chief Executive OfficerCooper’s Ferry Partnership One Port Center 2 Riverside Drive, Suite 501 Camden, NJ 08103 www.coopersferry.com Phone 856/757-9154 Fax 856/757-9478

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