High-profile corporations are relocating to Camden’s Gateway District with the infusion of millions of dollars in tax credits from the New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act. At the ULI Philadelphia’s How Tax Credits Are Transforming Camden’s ‘Front Porch,’ held on April 15 at the Campbell Soup Company Headquarters, real estate professionals learned about how tax dollars are helping to bring the necessary steps to revitalizing Camden.
Panelists included Richard Landers, Vice President of Tax & Real Estate, Campbell Soup Company; Steve Gale, Director of Corporate Real Estate & Services, Subaru of America; and George Sowa, Executive Vice President and Senior Managing Director for NJ and DE, Brandywine Realty Trust. Ron Kerins, Principal, GREYHAWK, moderated the event.
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