A meeting that had higher than usual turnout saw Hoboken’s City Council unanimously vote down a legal settlement that would have ended multiple development-related lawsuits.
The decision caps an eight-year legal battle and will create 56 affordable housing units within four Hoboken properties.
The Fair Share Housing Center is asking the courts to throw out legislation that the City Council approved this summer, arguing that it was enacted illegally and “gives a pass to politically connected developers.”
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.
A company who agreed to manage the group of restaurants claims that current ownership lied to them about their problems.
After years of delays and legal wrangling, Jersey City’s planning board has greenlit a 1,723-unit development from Kushner Companies that looks to begin construction by mid-spring.
West Orange residents are vowing yet another round of lawsuits in an ongoing legal battle involving a controversial office park and a multimillion-dollar tax abatement.
Following a court ruling, Advance Realty has been cleared to bring a mixed-use project to a corner of Adams Street that includes 3,000-square feet of space for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
The current owner of the Bergen-Lafayette property, who was sued for fraud earlier this year, was arrested in May after a bench warrant was issued against him over an unsafe structure citation.
A non-profit made up of local property owners are challenging two ordinances halting rent increases and tenant evictions amid COVID-19, claiming the new laws violate their civil rights.