The development firm that hoped to build a World Trade Center in Philadelphia is now looking at erecting it on the former prison site on Camden‘s waterfront.
In a statement, Waterfront Renaissance Associates (WRA) said Monday it in talks with state and local officials to determine the feasibility for developing the site.
WRA is the developer of the residential towers directly across the river, just north of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia. That site was once considered for the Greater Philadelphia World Trade Center, which was established in 2002.
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