CAMDEN — It’s no secret that South Jersey’s largest city is plagued by poverty, joblessness, and the blight and crime that comes with it.
Quite simply, it’s not a place that many well-to-do people choose to live.
But look out over Camden’s Delaware River waterfront and you’ll see a red brick building with a tower that continues to draw people who want to live in luxury to the state’s poorest city.
It’s The Victor.
Some of the city’s top officials, from U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross to schools Superintendent Paymoun Rouhanifard, live in The Victor’s luxury lofts. Many of the residents include doctors and nurses …read more
Source: NJ.com Camden