Willingboro-based real estate firm Delco Development presented their tentative plans for a mix of residential and commercial units on the property.
The Mt. Laurel Township Council held a regular meeting on the evening of Monday, Nov. 18, where a resolution was passed designating Delco Development LLC as a redeveloper for a portion of the redevelopment zone known as the Route 38, Ark Road and Fostertown Road Redevelopment Area.
During the meeting, representatives from the Willingboro-based real estate firm, including President Tom Juliano and attorney Richard Hoff, presented the firm’s tentative plans to develop a portion of the redevelopment area with residential and commercial units, including 120 age-restricted rental units.
The portion of the redevelopment area discussed at the meeting lays along Route 38 and consists of approximately 67 acres of land.
According to Hoff, the redevelopment area was first designated as such in 2018. The first iteration of the redevelopment plan called for a mix of commercial and residential units and has since been amended to include age-restricted affordable housing units.
The formal award ceremony is a celebratory evening for NJAA members to honor the hard work of their multi-family teams. The event hosted over 700 attendees to honor the achievements of these outstanding multi-family properties and individuals in New Jersey.
Delco Development’s Haddon Point Apartments accepted the award for Best Property Website for the design and functionality of HaddonPoint.com.
With the assistance of Networks Plus, a local web developer located in Cinnaminson, the appearance and functionality of HaddonPoint.com was designed by Delco Development’s Director of Communications, Teresa Sydorko. The website showcases the community’s floor plans and iconic photography by Emaunuel Mozes.
“Overall, we want people to schedule tours of the property,” Sydorko said. “Adding call-to-action buttons everywhere on the desktop and mobile versions of the site was imperative, as well as, good quality photos and video.”
The site has consistently been exceeding industry-standard statistics with a 155s average page view time and a current bounce rate of 20.
Haddon Point Apartments, which opened in November of 2018, is the development company’s first venture into the multi-family market. The feedback has been greatly positive from the complex’s 218 current residents who enjoy the luxury community features like; a clubhouse and community lounge, modern fitness center and resort-style pool.
Elevator buildings will be added in Phase Two of the development for a total of 235 units on the site. Delco Development anticipates the first move-ins for Phase Two to take place next Spring . Applications will be accepted for the new buildings beginning February 1, 2020, at haddonpoint.com.
Haddon Point Apartments, Managed by Delco Development
Discover the new Haddon Point apartments in Pennsauken, New Jersey. Luxury apartments with exceptional amenities. One and two-bedroom floor plans offer expansive living spaces with open-concept kitchens, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in closets. Residents will enjoy exclusive access to the spacious clubhouse featuring a community room and game lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga room, resort-style pool, and grilling area. Haddon Point also offers free community-wide wifi. Residents have the ability to upgrade to premium wireless internet with access to a smart home app to control the smart appliances featured in all apartments. Be the first to make Haddon Point home, navigate to haddonpoint.com.
Delco Development – Reimagine and Enrich Community.
Founded over 40 years ago, Delco Development is a family-owned and operated real estate development and property management company with over 1 million square feet of retail space under its operation throughout New Jersey. Economic development and job growth are at the forefront of every Delco Development project. Delco Development’s team, led by CEO, Tom Juliano of Medford, NJ, identifies high-potential properties and works with local Townships to develop sites to their full economic potential. For more information about Delco Development’s properties and availability, please visit delcodevelopment.com.
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ / October 31, 2019 — Teresa Sydorko, Director of Communications for Delco Development, was awarded the Young Professionals Leadership Award along with nine other recipients at the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce’sLeadership Conference held on October 18th at the DoubleTree Hotel in Mount Laurel.
Joseph Pergine was recently named General Manager of [the] Aloft and Super 8 Hotel[s] in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
1. What are you looking forward to the most in your new role?
I’m looking forward to being back at the Aloft and Super 8 Hotels. I plan on making positive changes in the workplace for our valued team members who exceed our guests’ expectations with every experience. Empowering our team members to really enhance the guest experience at our properties is my top priority.
2. How do you think past experiences have prepared you for this role?
This is round two for me! My previous experience as the general manager at this location a couple of years ago has prepared me to take the reigns here again. I’m excited to be back on the hotel scene.
3. How did you get into the industry?
My first job was at a supermarket, so I’ve always been interested in food and customer service.
I attended Widener University for Hospitality Management but was always in the kitchen and cooking. Eventually, I worked my way up to culinary and was an executive chef in a Four Points hotel before moving over to the hotel operations side of the business.
4. What are you hoping to achieve in your new role?
I’m looking to bring success to the hotel through increased overall revenue and enhanced guest experiences. More importantly, I want our team members to enjoy coming to work each day.
5. What do you enjoy most about the industry?
I enjoy the people and the fact that every day is a different gem.
Tom Juliano of Delco Development Receives Influencer of Real Estate Award from The Philadelphia Inquirer
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.
For this honor, Juliano was evaluated by an expert panel of judges who felt that he has shaped, changed and transformed the Real Estate Industry. All of the winners bring a mix of credentials, viewpoints, and backgrounds from all walks of real estate. From the countless nominations, Juliano was selected along with 24 winners. A profile of the winners will be published in a special section in the Sunday Inquirer which will reach over one million readers.
The award ceremony will take place on Thursday, July 25, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia, PA. The event agenda includes a network reception and a panel discussion about “The Future of the 10-year Tax Abatement.” The panel discussion will be moderated by Caitlin McCabe of The Philadelphia Inquirer followed by a formal lunch.
For tickets and more event information, please contact Angelica Irizarry, Event Coordinator of The Philadelphia Inquirer at email@example.com.
About Delco Development, LLC
With over 40 years of experience, vision, talent, and energy, Delco Development’s portfolio of services and properties has grown rapidly, much like our views of the industry. We see many avenues through which we can build our company and positively impact the regions where we develop, manage and build. Our dynamic portfolio consists of a luxury residential apartment community, 1M +/- SF of commercial retail space, office buildings, and billboards. With experience in land & site acquisition, development & construction, redevelopment/revitalization, design & build, commercial property asset management, operations and facilities management, Delco Development is a one-stop shop for real estate development & property management.
As we develop, our commitment stays strong. Our team stays closely connected to all of the clients we serve: businesses, residents, tenants, institutions, civic organizations and leaders, as well as those that travel to our area for business or leisure as a hotel guest. Delco Development keeps economic development moving forward. Our role, at the heart of it all, is to turn ideas into opportunities. Molding opportunities into relationships that create plans, projects, and finally tangible, thriving properties.
COURT HOUSE – Middle Township’s use of state rehabilitation and redevelopment land-use statutes may soon result in active development of long-dormant sites adjacent to township business districts.
The municipality recently entered into exclusive negotiations with a potential developer of a large tract off of Indian Trail Road.
Mayor Timothy Donohue also reported during his recent State of the Township address that preliminary discussions were had concerning a potential hotel development near Exit 10 of the Garden State Parkway.
Yet another site was the subject of discussion April 15 when Tom Juliano of Delco Development made a presentation at a township committee work session concerning conceptual plans for a townhome and high-end apartment complex on the 22-acre site of the former concrete plant in Rio Grande.
Delco Development is the company that owns the Rio Grande Shopping Center complex which houses a number of national retail stores, including the recently expanded Walmart. The property Delco is considering for the residential complex lies behind the south end of the shopping center abutting Route 47 and running along Railroad Avenue near the site of the soon-to-be-built Rio Grande Park.
Juliano said that market analysis led the company to believe that a high amenity apartment complex would flourish in the area. Juliano pointed to Delco’s success with a similar development in Pennsauken, the Haddon Point Luxury Apartment Complex, which is situated on the site of the former Pennsauken Mart.
New construction and several redevelopment projects can be seen all over Camden County, creating jobs and boosting the local economy.
There is also new housing in Pennsauken. Haddon Point luxury apartments, market-rate apartments constructed by Delco Development, recently opened at the site of the former Old Pennsauken Mart. It’s Delco Development’s first residential community and they are enthusiastic about this new addition to Camden County and catering to its residents.
“We are seeing a trend of people who are downsizing along with people relocating to the area as businesses are moving into Camden,” says Nina Beacher, director of residential development for Delco Development. “Most renters are looking for a maintenance-free lifestyle and a sense of community which new apartment communities like Haddon Point provide for their residents. I think this will continue over the next few years.”
Read more about this residential community by Delco Development at southjersey.com.
Old Pennsauken Mart Site Gets New Lease – with Apartments
By: Melanie Burney, Philadelphia Inquirer
[NOV 14, 2018] PENNSAUKEN, NJ – A handful of tenants have moved into the first building constructed on the site, said Tom Juliano, President of Delco Development of Willingboro. The plan calls for 240 units in 11 buildings and will take several years to complete, he said.
‘We worked really hard,” Julaino said. “We’re excited.
Workers were scrambling Tuesday to ready the property for a grand opening Wednesday afternoon, arranging chairs next to fire pits outside and putting finishing touches in the clubhouse. Crews in hard hats were working on a nearby building under construction.
The 35-acre site was unused for years, covered with weeds, until the Burlington County developer acquired the property from Camden County for $6.2 million in 2016. Construction on the apartments began in June 2017 and plans initially called for possibly adding commercial ventures later, but those plans have been scrapped, mainly because of the retail market that already exists along Route 130, Juliano said.
Juliano said his firm, which specializes in distressed properties, recently reached a deal with Ryan Homes to build 189 townhouses on the property. Construction is expected to begin in 2019 and take several years. Both firms are receiving tax incentives, he said.