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.
Three companies are looking to derail a 92-unit mixed-use project, alleging the public was insufficiently notified about the proposal and claiming a virtual planning board meeting on the application violated the state’s Sunshine Law.
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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 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.
The decision caps an eight-year legal battle and will create 56 affordable housing units within four Hoboken properties.
A subsidiary of DVORA is looking to the courts to stop the 12-story project, which they claim was improperly approved and will block their New York views.
A company that's looking to open a competing dispensary claims Harmony Foundation is circumventing local cannabis regulations and argues the city abused its discretion by approving the plans.
A Clifton-based company purchased the parcel last year but has allegedly not performed a required an environmental cleanup at the land, which has contaminated groundwater and soil according to state officials.
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.
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.