Redevelopment Initiatives

Redevelopment Initiatives

Redevelopment Initiatives

The CCIA believes Cumberland County should become an even more progressive and attractive place to live. The CCIA improves more than facilities and buildings.  We improve lives.  And we do it – everyday!

The CCIA will undertake the general contracting, project management and financing for the new police headquarters.  This very modern public facility developed through a Redevelopment Agreement between the CCIA and the City of Vineland, will serve as the new police headquarters and as a strong downtown community asset.

Tourism is an economic driver for the County.  Restoration of the historic East Point Lighthouse, originally constructed in 1849 and the second oldest lighthouse in New Jersey, has paved the way for increased and enhanced tourism activity in Cumberland County.

While Cumberland County has a varied inventory of undeveloped sites available, there are also numerous redevelopment opportunities in each community. Previous sites of industrial, commercial, and retail uses can be re-purposed for individual projects or in combination with a larger development proposal.

The CCIA has experience in assembling, financing and implementing redevelopment plans, bringing previously vacant or blighted properties into productive use. Jobs and enhanced rateables have resulted from the redevelopment projects managed by the CCIA to date. Examples of these projects can be found under the Major Initiatives link within this section.

Currently, the CCIA is leading redevelopment efforts in downtown Bridgeton.

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