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Developer’s Lawsuit Claims Jersey City is Stonewalling Revitalization at 125 Monitor Street
The battle over a decaying warehouse in Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City, has added a second new chapter in under a week.
Jersey City Files Lawsuit to Condemn Problematic 125 Monitor Street
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency is looking to seize 125 Monitor in Bergen-Lafayette.
Redevelopment Agency Board Approves $5.76M Acquisition of 125 Monitor Street, Jersey City
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency wants to pay more than $5 million from a developer for a previously industrial Bergen-Lafayette property. The agency could even begin the condemnation process if the acquisition is not successful.
Jersey City’s 125 Monitor Street Has New Owners, But Issues Remain
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.
Jersey City Getting Tough Over Neglected 125 Monitor Street Site
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.
Lawsuit Seeks to Void Sale of 125 Monitor Street in Jersey City
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.
Plans Remain Unclear for Abandoned Bergen-Lafayette Warehouse
A vacant six-story building at 125 Monitor Street towers over this Jersey City neighborhood. Earlier this year, a Brooklyn man bought the property, but his plans have yet to be revealed.
Jersey City Sues Over Redevelopment At 125 Monitor Street
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.