Developer proposes $700M world trade center complex in Camden, N.J.

Development firm Waterfront Renaissance Associates plans to build a $700 million world trade center in Camden, N.J., on a 16-acre site that formerly housed a state prison. The proposed 2.3-million-square-foot Greater Philadelphia World Trade Center project, which would be the third-largest world trade center in North America, would be built in four phases and include a pedestrian promenade, housing and retail properties.

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American City Business Journals · Philadelphia Inquirer, The · Courier-Post (Camden-Cherry Hill, N.J.)

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