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A neighborhood retail district is the heart of a thriving urban residential community. In Parkside, there is opportunity for state-of-the-art business and commercial development through PBCIP’s revitalization efforts. From the green technology planned for the Parkside RENEW office-retail to PBCIP’s Equity Capital Competition to support expanding businesses in Parkside, the neighborhood is up-and-coming.
If you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, or investor, read on for a multitude of opportunities in Parkside that make good business sense.
PBCIP's development of the RENEW project was recently featured in SJ Biz magazine. Click here to view a recent issue of SJ Biz magazine's profile of the RENEW building.
To download a full copy of the article, click here.
The Sustainable Parkside Blog is your resource for up-to-date information on project development, construction information, investment and job opportunities. PBCIP's Parkside RENEW Building is a three-story office/retail building designed to be the first LEED-certified building of its kind in the region and home to several social enterprise business. First floor retail space will offer socially responsible, sustainable businesses. The building will also include the PSE&G Sustainability Center, offering educational displays, workshops and tours on “going green.” Eco-friendly elements proposed for the Parkside RENEW building include a vegetative roof, solar panels, rainwater collection, geothermal heat exchange and a design to maximize natural light in the building. PBCIP’s RENEW Building, the first new construction on Haddon Avenue in Parkside in more than 40 years and the first neighborhood construction in the region developed to be LEED-certified.
The New Jersey NRTC is a great way to direct exactly how the state spends your business tax dollars. By becoming an NRTC partner, your business tax dollars will be used to redevelop the Parkside neighborhood, bringing jobs, businesses and economic power to the community. It's a great way to support worthwhile projects being carried out by an award-winning non-profit community development corporation. And, because this program simply redirects tax dollars you already pay to the state, it doesn't cost to give!
Just fill out the form below and we'll send you information on this vital program. You can also send in your form by mail by downloading our pdf document.