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Old Posted Feb 22, 2019, 6:12 PM
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Care provider Elwyn eyes new office building on Camden waterfront for regional consolidation

Elwyn, a Delaware County-based nonprofit that serves people with disabilities, wants to build a 53,000-square-foot administrative building on Camden’s Delaware River waterfront as part of a region-wide effort to shrink and consolidate its sprawling real estate footprint.

The group was approved this week for support from New Jersey’s Grow NJ economic development program that will largely cover the building’s nearly $40 million construction tab if job-creation and other criteria are met, Elwyn’s vice president for corporate real estate, Jeremy R. Sunkett, said in an interview.

The offices would be built on a vacant waterfront parcel currently owned by developer Liberty Property Trust beside the 18-story Camden Partners Tower. Elwyn plans to employ about 200 staffers at the site, with 167 coming from the nonprofit’s main campus in Middletown Township, Pa., and the rest from offices in Vineland, N.J.
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