CAMDEN, NJ-In a complicated and creative public/private deal, a new community health center serving inner-city residents and homeless people is to rise here on the site of a much smaller leased facility –while keeping the existing facility open.

The new Project H.O.P.E. health center will replace a 3,000-square-foot older building the city of Camden currently leases to the nonprofit healthcare agency. The new 11,000-square-foot building will be city-owned, and is being constructed as a “renovation” under terms of the existing five-year lease.  Construction is to be funded by a $4.4 million federal grant.

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