200 Federal Street, Camden, New Jersey
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The Waterfront Technology Center at Camden is the latest in the continuing development of the Waterfront Technology Campus and a prime example of the EDA’s efforts to provide first-class, state-of-the-art facilities for growing technology companies.
The LEED Gold Certified, 100,000-square-foot facility has been designed exclusively to accommodate the work of established businesses and startups in the biosciences, microelectronics, advanced materials, information technology and other high-tech and life sciences fields. The five-story, contemporary glass and metal building offers affordable production, laboratory and office space that can be customized in flexible unit sizes and configurations to handle individual operating requirements and the special needs of tenants.
(Divisible to 1,000 S.F.)
(Contiguous to 9,010 S.F.)
Benefits of being a tenant at the Waterfront Technology Center at Camden:
Camden Innovation Zone
The Waterfront Technology Center is located within Camden’s Innovation Zone, a geographically defined area established to spur collaboration among the state’s public research institutions, medical research facilities and technology businesses to encourage the more rapid transfer of discoveries from the laboratory to the marketplace. Several EDA technology financing and incentive programs have been enhanced to offer added benefits to companies locating within Innovation Zones.
Prominent tenant base and proximity to prestigious institutions and major research corporations
Situated along Camden’s burgeoning waterfront – a gateway to the long technology corridor that runs through New Jersey – and in proximity to other technology companies, universities and research centers, the Waterfront Technology Center offers an ideal location convenient to a pool of talented people and important local and regional resources. Waterfront Technology Center neighbors include L-3 Communications Corporation, a major supplier to the U.S. government and private industry of secure communications systems, and the Coriell Institute for Medical Research, an independent, not-for-profit research organization dedicated to understanding human genetic diseases. Southern New Jersey campuses of Rutgers University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) are also located nearby.