A lawsuit has emerged over plans to redevelop the popular and often romanticized dive bar, pitting local developer The L Group against the property’s owner.
The development at 202 Merseles Street would, among other concerns, encroach on the public right of way along 4th Street.
The lawsuit stems from the Board’s denial of a mixed-use development in the city’s northwest earlier this year, a decision the company is looking to reverse in court.
After the city’s zoning board denied an application for a mosque, the group behind the plans filed suit over the rejection, and clues from a similar recent case provide some insight as to what might happen next.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has filed a lawsuit over a vacant warehouse at 125 Monitor Street as part of their ongoing effort to see residential reuse of the building.
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.
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.