Mt. Laurel Sun: Mt. Laurel Council Designates Redeveloper for Route 38, Ark Road and Fostertown Road Redevelopment Area at Latest Meeting


November 20, 2019 —

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.

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Northeast Meetings & Events Magazine: Q&A with Joseph Pergine – New General Manager of Aloft and Super 8 Hotels in Mount Laurel


August 2, 2019 —

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.