An eatery under construction at 586 Newark Avenue has taken grievances with their landlord to court.
Last night, Jersey City's Redevelopment Agency greenlit a settlement that ends years of litigation with Kushner Companies and advances a long-stalled high-rise forward.
The lawsuit claims developers of neighboring parcels "have met secretly with JCRA to reach an agreement [that would] appoint Hampshire and Boraie as Redeveloper of certain PPG Properties."
Mecca Properties has filed a lawsuit against several city agencies claiming a civil rights violation as the city moves forward with eminent domain proceedings.
The owners of a Joe’s Crab Shack in Clifton claim that after they asked for a rent reduction over COVID-19 restrictions, Briad’s CEO told them he "would rather f***ing burn down the building than have them stay there rent free."
A dispute involving whether a Jersey City property owner has the right to redevelop his own property appears to have reached a resolution.
The owners of a warehouse in The Heights have filed a lawsuit seeking a new hearing from the zoning board, who denied their adaptive reuse application for a 75-unit project.
A Maryland man with a litigious history and an oft-stated desire to run a train line has filed a lawsuit seeking to derail Metro Plaza’s redevelopment, claiming that old Conrail tracks that formerly occupied the property were never legally and properly abandoned.
The same two landowners that derailed the first Hilton agreement have sued the city again, this time claiming a giveback payment from the hotel’s developer “amounts to a slush fund.”
The Mexican eatery announced plans to move to a new Downtown Jersey City location last summer but has now filed suit against their landlord, accusing them of fraud.