Tom Juliano of Delco Development Receives Influencer of Real Estate Award from The Philadelphia Inquirer

Tom Juliano of Delco Development Receives Influencer of Real Estate Award from The Philadelphia Inquirer

Tom Juliano, President & CEO – Delco Development

 

WILLINGBORO, NJ, June 28, 2019 — Tom Juliano, President & CEO of Delco Development, has been selected as one of The Inquirer’s 2019 Influencers of Real Estate! This awards program honors Philadelphia’s leading real estate professionals who are rising higher than the rest.

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Cape May County Herald: Plans Aired for Upscale Rio Townhomes

Haddon Point Apartments, Pennsauken, NJ

Plans Aired for Upscale Rio Townhomes

Cape May County Herald

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South Jersey Magazine: Business is Booming in Camden County

 

Haddon Point Apartments, Pennsauken, NJ

Business is Booming in Camden County

South Jersey Magazine (Excerpt)

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NJAA: Haddon Point Brings Premium Amenities to Pennsauken

 

Haddon Point by Delco Development is the development and management company’s first residential project.

Haddon Point Brings Premium Amenities to Pennsauken

By: New Jersey Apartment Association

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DDC Journal: Building Better Residential

Prolific New Jersey developer leverages its hospitality expertise to create a truly special residential community.

Building Better Residential

By: Design, Development & Construction Journal – Summer 2018 Issue

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NJBIZ: Delco Development breaks ground on first multifamily project

Delco Development breaks ground on first multifamily project

By: Mario Marroquin – June 29, 2017

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CBS Local: Luxury Apartments To Bring New Life To South Jersey Landmark

Luxury Apartments To Bring New Life To South Jersey Landmark

By: Alexandria Hoff – June 28, 2017

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SNJ Today: Exit Vacant Lot, Enter New Pennsauken Apartment Complex

Exit Vacant Lot, Enter New Pennsauken Apartment Complex

June 28, 2017

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New Plans for Old Pennsauken Mart Site

Tom Juliano, President of Delco Development of Willingboro, stands at the site located the point of Routes 130 and 73 in Pennsauken. (Photo taken by: Clem Murray, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Photographer)

New Plans for Old Pennsauken Mart Site – Apartments and Maybe Retail 

Written By: Melanie Burney, Staff Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

PENNSAUKEN, N.J. November 24, 2016 —  When the Pennsauken Mart was demolished nearly a decade ago, there were grand plans for the site of the South Jersey shopping landmark.

Maybe a minor-league ice hockey rink, or a conference center, or luxurious condos and townhouses. Those plans never materialized, and for years, the once-promising site remained vacant, covered only with weeds.

Now, a newly installed billboard on the property advertises an apartment project for “Haddon Point” as coming soon. This redevelopment proposal appears close to reality. A Burlington County developer acquired the property this year, and Pennsauken has given preliminary approval.

“It’s long overdue,” said Camden County Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli Jr. “We’re very excited about the redevelopment finally taking place.”

“Construction is expected to begin early next year for the first phase, which calls for 240 units in 10 buildings,” said Tom Juliano, President of Delco Development of Willingboro. The firm, which specializes in distressed properties, completed the sale of the Willingboro Town Center in 2015.

The Burlington County builder reached a $6.2 million deal in April with the Camden County Improvement Authority to obtain the 35-acre lot at Routes 130 and 73. The Pennsauken planning board on Tuesday approved the first phase of construction. Each building will have three stories. The gated complex will include a clubhouse, a recreation center, a pool, fire pits, and barbecue grills.

Read More at Haddon Point Apartments at Philly.com

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