$20M ‘Camp Salute’ project provides affordable housing to veterans

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By Matt Gray | For NJ.com

By Matt Gray

Behind Clayton Mews senior apartments on Delsea Drive sits acres of what used to be farmland.

Work will soon begin to transform a portion of this site into permanent housing for military veterans and their families.

Called Camp Salute, this apartment complex will provide housing for low- to moderate-income families, with a preference given to veterans.

The People for People Foundation of Gloucester County has worked for six years to develop this project in collaboration with Conifer Realty, LLC, which is serving as developer, contractor and will own and manage the day-to-day operations of the site.

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