Camden has undergone a transformation over the past decade. The city’s revitalization can be attributed to developments such as Holtec International’s headquarters, Subaru of America’s headquarters, and Liberty Property Trust’s Camden Riverfront project.
Newfound revitalization for the New Jersey city has seen a large uptick in demand for office space.
“There is a need for space,” said Anne Klein of Newmark Knight Frank in a Philadelphia Business Journal article. “As an example, One Port Center is 100 percent full and I’m constantly getting inquiries about any space coming available any time in the future. That is obviously Class A space right on the waterfront, but it’s still a desire to be in Camden.”
Many of these redevelopment projects have been fueled by Grow N.J., a job creation and incentives program that is in place to create a competitive edge for the state. As development continues to expand, demand for office space in Camden is expected to grow.