A Top 10 Transformed Neighborhood in the USA
Collingswood was named with neighborhoods in Manhattan, Denver and Salem as "…enclaves that have blossomed into hot spots."
Where Walkable Encounters Affordable
The community has managed a self-reinvention...
Close-in sububrs and less-known areas of Philadelphia can be good places to lve, and cheaper...
Read more Making the new feel older again
New Urbanists turning to Collingswood...
Read more The Ten-year turn around
South Jersey Magazine
When looking at SJ’s success stories of the last 10 years, no place stands out more than the borough of Collingswood...
Read more Haddon Avenue earns national recognition
A national planning organization has picked Haddon Avenue in Collingswood as one f the 10 best streets in the United States...
A Move to Establish New Life Near the Station
The New York Times
The State Department of Transportation has formally designated 19 transit villages...as a part of a "smart growth" effort to encourage residential and retail development at transit hubs...
The recent revitalization of Collingswood’s downtown district has brought accolades from numerous organizations and publications. The LumberYard development brought home awards from the Congress for the New Urbanism for its design as a walkable, neighborhood-based development (link) and received the NJ Smart Growth award (read article here ) and the New York Times hailed Collingswood as “Where walkable meets affordable” (read article here).
Recently, Collingswood was also named as having the nation’s best Farmer’s Market and Haddon Ave was named one of America’s greatest streets by the American Planning Association.
These honors represent the modern and uniquely walkable lifestyle available at The LumberYard Condos. America’s greatest farmers’ market and shopping avenue are just steps away living in Collingswood.
The LumberYard is part of a Transit Oriented Development project, positioning it within foot distance from public transportation on the PATCO high speedline (link to PATCO). Designation as a Transit Village helps to create attractive, vibrant, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods where people can live, shop, work and play. LumberYard residents can walk to the Collingswood station for a quick ten minute ride to center city Philadelphia. See our Location page for more information on the LumberYard’s proximity to downtown Collingswood, Philadelphia and more. (jump to location page for more info on TOD/PATCO).Back to the top