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Old May 7th, 2017, 06:06 PM   #1
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Brandywine Realty Trust is leading the development of Knights Crossing, a new mixed-use office, retail, and potential hotel and residential development in Camden, New Jersey.

The total project could total over 1.5 million sq ft of new development and will also include green space, and a new station/connection to the PATCO line with direct transit access into Center City, Philadelphia.

The site is currently home to Campbell's Soup Company, and Subaru North America. Future proposed developments could bring another 10 buildings to the site, 4 of which would rise of 12 floors tall. Those buildings consist of:

Development Site A - office space - 15 floors - 228 FT
Development Site E - office space - 15 floors - 228 FT
Development Site F (building 1) - residential space - 14 floors - 170 FT
Development Site F (building 2) - office space - 25 floors - 380 FT

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Who would pay for a new PATCO station? No current plans for construction as far as I am aware. Possibly linked in with Camden-Glassboro LRT if that ever finally happens?
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If they can make anything happen properly, the developers should contribute to the station. If not, it will be developed by the State to encourage development in Camden.
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Who would pay for a new PATCO station? No current plans for construction as far as I am aware. Possibly linked in with Camden-Glassboro LRT if that ever finally happens?
Im not sure , the placement of the station in the photo is on the current riverline and not the PATCO.
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