Hoboken is slated to acquire almost three acres of property they hope to turn into parks as part of an agreement with a developer, who in exchange will be given a new deal for a 14-story project along Observer Highway.
An approved plan from KRE Acquisitions will be constructing homes for those with moderate incomes in a stand-alone building, which legal filings claim to be “separate and distinctly unequal.”
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A non-profit has taken the city to court over their residential rezoning of a large Communipaw Avenue property that was allegedly set aside for a park expansion.
Images detailing what almost an acre of public space will look like have been revealed.
Seven buyers claim that China Overseas America inflates the square footage of residences at their 99 Hudson Street project and allege a slew of other defects throughout their scathing 59-page complaint.
The city has filed a lawsuit over a long-stalled hotel venture that claims the company behind the endeavor has gone bankrupt and defaulted on a redevelopment agreement.
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.
Mosque-goers in downtown Newark are caught in a messy legal battle with its board of trustees who allegedly tried to sell their historic house of worship in a backroom deal.
The decision to extend an agreement with a controversial Federal agency that houses undocumented immigrants at a county jail has churned up a lot of emotions between activists and local officials.
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.”