One of the most problematic abandoned properties in Jersey City is still bogged down in legal proceedings but recent court moves have signaled a resolution could soon emerge.
A three-judge panel ruled that Jersey City’s planning board acted appropriately when approving the project.
An ordinance that has been hailed as a big win for renters by Jersey City officials is subject to a legal challenge as a property rights group claims a right-to-counsel law for tenants is unconstitutional.
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.
A condo association is looking to void approvals that would allow Story cannabis dispensary to open on 14th Street in Hoboken.
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.
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.
A Jersey City Heights development will convert and expand an existing warehouse into a residential community that includes an affordable housing component.
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.
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.