In the firm’s continued effort to provide legal services to clients dedicated to serve the public good, GluckWalrath is proud of its representation of Cooper’s Ferry Partnership. This private, non-profit corporation was founded in 1984 with its initial mission to implement strategic urban redevelopment projects along Camden, New Jersey’s waterfront section along the Delaware River. With its initial successes in projects such as the Adventure Aquarium, the Susquehanna Bank Center, and Campbell’s Field, Cooper’s Ferry has now expanded its efforts throughout the entire city of Camden.
It is an honor to provide legal assistance to such a tremendous civic organization as they aim to rebuild one of New Jersey’s most historic cities.
From Cooper’s Ferry’s website: “Through an assortment of completed, ongoing, and developing projects, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership is committed to leveraging crucial economic development, using strategic planning to lay the groundwork for major redevelopment projects & initiatives in a revitalized Camden. CFP uses these projects to forward its mission of improving the City of Camden as a place to live, work, visit, and invest.”