Nov 16


Philly Achieves World Heritage City Designation

Credit: Photo by R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Last week, the World Heritage Centre announced that Philly was named the first World Heritage City in the US. Congrats, complimenti, félicitations, felicidades!

We’re proud of our hometown for receiving this prestigious designation. It demonstrates our  amazing level of cultural treasure, our strengthened international reputation, and the power of a determined, collaborative group of Philadelphian’s who worked together on this effort. You can read the full press release here. Continue reading “Philly Achieves World Heritage City Designation” »

Oct 16


Ruby Match Factory Open House a Great Success

Thanks to all who came out yesterday for the Ruby Match Factory Open House. It was wonderful to see so many members of the real estate and design community, along with Camden neighbors and partners. Continue reading “Ruby Match Factory Open House a Great Success” »

Oct 15


Ruby Match Open House is Today

October 15, 6-8pm

This 3rd Thursday Camden ArtCrawl will include:

An Open House at the dramatic Ruby Match Factory, Artist William Butler’s Camden Beautiful exhibition the adjacent ArtBox, Kid’s art from Fresh Artists’ “Silly City Program” with the Rutgers-Camden Office of Civic Engagement “Ignite” program. Continue reading “Ruby Match Open House is Today” »

Sep 30


What Did We Learn from the Pope Ride?

Photo from Pope Ride Facebook page

During this weekend’s Papal visit, Philadelphians got a taste of what life could be like without cars. Kids played freely on the streets, bikers rode without worrying about cars, and the city had a block party-type feel to it. Was this utopia for Philadelphians? I’m not so sure. Continue reading “What Did We Learn from the Pope Ride?” »

Sep 28


Ruby Match Factory Part of Upcoming 3rd Thursday Art Crawl in Camden

This October, Camden’s 3rd Thursday ArtCrawl will include a special open house at the Ruby Match Factory.

Join regional history and art fans to see the historic Ruby Match Factory interior before the brick walls, timber trusses and x-braced steel columns are brought to life with new mezzanines, mechanical and electrical systems, to become Camden’s first state-of-the-art loft offices.

Thursday October 15th, 6-8 pm

The Ruby Match Factory: Delaware and Linden Streets, across the street from Campbell’s Field

More information on Camden’s 3rd Thursday Artcrawl.


Sep 24


Welcome Neighbors – Liberty Property Trust to Announce Development Complex on Camden Waterfront

Rendering shows a view from Philadelphia of a proposed Liberty Property Trust mixed-use development on the Camden waterfront. (Volley for Robert A.M. Stern Architects)

According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Liberty Property Trust today announced plans to build a “complex of offices, apartments, retail stores, and a hotel on a stretch of Camden’s waterfront…”The article goes on to state, “The project will include 1.5 million square feet of office space and more than 200 residential units…” Continue reading “Welcome Neighbors – Liberty Property Trust to Announce Development Complex on Camden Waterfront” »

Sep 01


76ers Owner Pledges $3.5 Million to PAL

According to an article on, “Philadelphia 76ers owner Joshua Harris has pledged to donate $3.5 million to the Philadelphia Police Athletic League.” This would serve as the largest donation ever to the non-profit organization.

PAL aspires to be the premier youth-serving organization in the city, by reducing crime, promoting character development, and improving educational outcomes. They do this by having Philadelphia Police Officers, supported by civilians, offer educational, athletic, and recreational programs to youth in 18 centers in some of the city’s highest crime and lowest income neighborhoods.

PAL Centers are safe havens, offering a variety of free programs and other events to attract engage and develop more than 15,000 of Philadelphia’s youth.

Jul 30


Sixers Volunteer in Camden

The Sixers continue to demonstrate their commitment to Camden. A story from 6ABC notes, “Employees of the Philadelphia 76ers pitched in with painting, sweeping, and a little landscaping in Cooper Plaza and Lanning Square.”

You can read (or watch!) the full story here.




Jul 28


300 N. Delaware Featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer

Click here to read an article in The Philadelphia Inquirer about 300 N. Delaware, our latest development project on the Camden waterfront.

Jul 09


The CRE 2015-16 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate

The Counselors’ 2015-16 list of The Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate was announced June 24.The list is developed annually by CRE members who serve on the External Affairs Committee. Continue reading “The CRE 2015-16 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate” »