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November, 2016

WE CAN SAVE CAMDEN

Hopeworks ’N Camden is training the city’s at-risk and endangered young people for careers in tech.

 

 

 

A recent article in Philadelphia Business Journal states, “What we hear about Camden is that it’s the most violent or the poorest, but what we don’t hear about it is it’s also one of the youngest cities on the East Coast, five minutes from Philadelphia, from major lines of public transportation,” said Rhoton. “You have young people close to an urban center, it’s affordable, if I was putting this in a hipster tech magazine it would sound like a dream destination and, in fact, it is.”

Read the full Philadelphia Business Journal story here.

SEPTA SUBURBAN STATION RETAIL SPACES NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

Philadelphia-based real estate services company AthenianRazak has assumed the master lease for all retail space owned by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority in its Suburban Station Concourse, the company said in a release on Wednesday.

 

The master lease gives AthenianRazak responsibility for retail tenants at the Center City concourse, which is currently home to 24 shops, including Milkhouse, Dunkin Donuts and Au Bon Pain, according to the release.

Read the full story in Philly.com here.