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Haddon Heights, NJ
Friendly is more than a tag line adjective for Haddon Heights, which is much more than a bedroom community. A pair of historic passenger and freight railroad stations along Station Ave. still serve as the community's main street and economic center. With three other commercial districts, Haddon Heights is an inviting alternative for business owners. Haddon Lake Park is perfect for mountain bikers and the Dell outdoor amphitheater is ideal for music-lovers. A host of annual events, like the spring Garden Tour, town-wide yard sale, and Corvette and Craft Show, keep Haddon Heights' growing number of residents and visitors active.
Haddon Heights, NJ Features
DESIGN NOTEBOOK: Remaking South Camden's Neighborhood Center
Tuesday, December 06, 2011
A Community Design Collaborative charrette aimed to use smart design to fix an outmoded community campus and create a new destination for the city's undeserved.
MIND THE GAP: What A Year Off Means to Potential Employers
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Whether it's teaching English in South Korea or going on tour with a punk rock band, a gap-year experience should mean something to you and potential employers.
At the Crossroads in South Jersey: Business Booms in Collingswood, Haddon Twp.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
This ain't no jughandle. At Cuthbert Blvd. and Haddon Ave., things are looking up regardless of which way you turn as two neighboring communities grow in different ways.
Higher Education is Apparently Recession-Proof Here
Keystone Edge staff
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Earlier this week, Select Greater Philadelphia released its 2010 Higher Education Impact report, an updated version of its 2007 study, and the findings were largely encouraging
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