A lawsuit over community givebacks has officially killed an agreement that would have allowed a 20-story hotel to rise along the Hudson River.
The city will fork over $137,000 in fees to several defendants and has a slew of litigation against them that could get expensive over the coming months.
Monmouth Park has the inside track on taking the first sports bets in New Jersey, but several other facilities could be up and running within the next few months.
A 42-story proposal is being reshaped following a court settlement, which paves the way for almost an acre of public amenities at 500 Summit Avenue.
The developer of Lincoln Harbor is taking the town to court over an ordinance they claim retroactively limits building heights and adds public parking requirements to a redevelopment agreement.
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.
An appeals court ruled that an affordable housing contribution made to the city by a former developer doesn't have to be returned despite the project never getting built.
A developer sued after their plans for the 'Hudson Yards West' project in Union City were denied. Now, as part of a tentative settlement between the city and the developer, the Union City Planning Board is expected to hear a revised application.
The company says Mayor Brian Stack has ignored their requests to settle fines on a property they purchased out of foreclosure because the city wants the parcel for themselves.
The wine and burger chain has taken the mall’s owners to court, claiming that facility upgrades and a planned development expansion have created a “ghost town” near their restaurant.