The former owners of the prominent Bergen-Lafayette property claim that the new owners engaged in a conspiracy to deflate the parcel’s value before selling it to a straw buyer at a below-market price.
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 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.
A lawsuit over community givebacks has officially killed an agreement that would have allowed a 20-story hotel to rise along the Hudson River.
A dispute involving whether a Jersey City property owner has the right to redevelop his own property appears to have reached a resolution.
The owner of TelCo Lofts has taken the city to court over a 2015 ordinance that bans formula businesses in a large portion of Downtown’s neighborhoods, which the mayor is now looking to roll back.
An eatery under construction at 586 Newark Avenue has taken grievances with their landlord to court.
The company claims both the planning board and Municipal Utilities Authority are refusing to process two separate applications they submitted, which has stalled the project and violated their civil rights.
Communipaw Avenue gas station files lawsuit over commercial property tax ordinance after questions about their inclusion in the SID went unanswered by the city.
The Village Neighborhood Association has gone to court to try and stop a 30-unit, five-story building from moving forward.