Camden is likely to stay fifth 'most dangerous."
Developer Carl Dranoff, who has committed $300 million to two high-rise housing projects and mixed housing on the Camden waterfront, said he remained bullish on the city.
"But it would be better if we moved down the rankings, because people who don't dig beyond the superficialities don't get the full story," he said. The full story includes statistics showing that the Camden waterfront is one of the safest areas in the state, Dranoff said.
Dranoff pioneered luxury apartments in downtown Camden with the Victor. Construction on the nearby Radio Lofts condominium building is to begin in January. He said 700 buyers were on the waiting list.
He pointed to Camden's gains despite the "most dangerous" ranking: Susquehanna Bank's decision to move its headquarters to the waterfront and the expansion of Cooper University Hospital.
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