Camden County Invites Business to Revitalized Bank Building

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CAMDEN, N.J. -

A neighborhood of old buildings in Camden is now in the process of being revitalized thanks to the county and an ambitious architectural firm.

The firm has been working with county officials to open up available space at the old bank building next to the Victor Building at 121 Market Street. The old bank, which has been shuttered for decades, was once used to service the employees from RCA and Campbell Soup Company.

With the opening date around the corner, the firm is now showcasing the available space in hopes to fill it with new businesses or existing ones looking to relocate to Camden.

"We want to make sure that entrepreneurs know that regardless of the size of your business there is places here in Camden for your business, and whether you're a 'Mom and Pop' or a start-up in the tech area or anywhere else, we want you to make sure you know there's place here for you," said Camden County Freeholder Bill Moen.

Moen also added that in addition to this project, the county has hundreds of millions of dollars in other economic development happening now.

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