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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.
An appeals court ruled that an affordable housing contribution made to the city by a former developer doesn't have to be returned despite the project never getting built.
The companies behind One Journal Square have accused Mayor Steve Fulop of conspiring with city entities he controls, in an attempt to push the Kushner family out of the project for political gain.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency sent a letter to KABR and Kushner Companies informing them that a tax abatement and redevelopment bonds on the project are in jeopardy.
Financial delays and politics put One Journal Square in limbo. But a new investor and political meetings promise to bring the project back to life.
A Journal Square project, currently at the center of a media firestorm, is dealing with another previously unreported setback.
Journal Square’s big moment of truth is rapidly approaching and the neighborhood is preparing for the pending residential boom in several ways, which include some spruced-up streets, a transit hub renovation, and emerging community organization.
After years of plans, designs, false starts and a few broken hearts, the long-vacant lot at One Journal Square has both a reputable developer and an approved, supersized plan, plus another approved project across the street at an iconic building for good measure.
We’ve heard rumblings about this for a few months now but were waiting on independent verification, well now we have it. The Real Deal reports that WeWork is planning to bring its WeLive concept to their upcoming location at One Journal Square.
In another major win for Jersey City, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority approved a $59 million Grow New Jersey award to WeWork Companies,...
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