Haddon Point Apartments Wins NJAA Award for Best Property Website

DelcoDevelopment’s Director of Residential Development and Director of Communications accepting the NJAA Garden State Award for Haddon Point Apartments by Delco Development.

November 7, 2019 — Burlington County Development and Property Management Company, Delco Development, received the award for Best Property Website at the 2019 New Jersey Apartment Association’s Garden State Awards last night at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Brunswick, NJ.

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 [2020]. 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.


Philadelphia Inquirer: Old Pennsauken Mart site gets new lease – with apartments


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

Old Pennsauken Mart Site Gets New Lease – with Apartments

By: Melanie Burney, Philadelphia Inquirer


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.

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