Union City Sues to Block 675-Unit Development in Hoboken
Union City is taking Hoboken to court to stop a three-building project, claiming officials are misrepresenting the development’s height and engaging in a “quid pro quo” by accepting community givebacks.
New Lawsuit Seeks to Block Story Cannabis Dispensary in Hoboken
A condo association is looking to void approvals that would allow Story cannabis dispensary to open on 14th Street in Hoboken.
St. Peter’s Sues Jersey City Over Demolition Permit Denial
St. Peter’s Prep is looking to the courts for a ruling that would allow them to tear down two historic Jersey City structures on York Street and replace them with a surface parking lot.
Legal Battle for Sold Mosque in Downtown Newark Decided in Favor of Board of...
In the eyes of many Newarkers, this battle was really one of gentrification - outsiders teaming up with wealthy developers to prey on a vulnerable Black community.
Jersey City Approves 48-Unit Adaptive Reuse Plan at 107 New York Avenue
A Jersey City Heights development will convert and expand an existing warehouse into a residential community that includes an affordable housing component.
Legal Settlement Could Finally Bring Building to Jersey City’s 107 New York Avenue
Following a lawsuit over rejected proposals to revitalize a warehouse in The Heights, the city has agreed to a deal that would adaptively reuse and expand the building.
St. Peter’s University Sues to Block Jersey City Cannabis Lounge
The university is claiming that the planning board’s approval of the Medusa dispensary and consumption lounge violates local ordinances, as the facility’s entrance is allegedly within 65 feet of their school.
Kushner Breaks Ground on One Journal Square, Target to Anchor Retail Space
The Jersey City mega project, which includes a new public plaza, will feature two 64-story towers and has already reached a retail deal to bring a Target to the ground floor.
Condo Board Files Fraud Lawsuit Looking to Block Hoboken’s Story Dispensary
A condo association claims that a company co-owned by the wife of Jersey City’s mayor purchased their storefront to "facilitate the installation of a cannabis dispensary under the false pretense of relocating a physical therapy practice."
Non-Profit Sues Jersey City Over Their Cancelled Redevelopment Project
The Morris Canal Community Development Corporation claims that Jersey City terminated their development so they could instead bring "luxury housing in a high-rise development” to the site.