A builder renovating two homes says that longtime politico Michael Manzo revoked his permits to “teach [him] a lesson,” later demanding a friendship to avoid his wrath. The post Lawsuit Claims Jersey City Public Safety Official Shut Down Developer’s Projects appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The legal saga over the Executive Drive office park still has no end in sight. The West Orange town council unanimously rejected a settlement. The post West Orange Town Council Unanimously Votes Down Settlement in Lawsuit over Executive Drive appeared first on Jersey Digs.
China Overseas is facing several new lawsuits. In one, a fired employee claims the company’s work environment was fraught with sexism and threats of deportation. The post New Lawsuit Alleges Sexism, Threats of Deportation at Jersey City’s Embattled 99 Hudson Street appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A lawsuit was filed against the township of West Orange over a controversial redevelopment plan involving the Executive Drive Office Park. The post Rift Grows as Lawsuit Proceeds in West Orange over Controversial Redevelopment Plan appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A mysterious company has initiated a legal action looking to void approvals granted to an 18-unit development that is just a stone’s throw from the Hudson River. The post Lawsuit Seeks to Block River Road Development in North Bergen appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A non-profit has taken the city to court over their residential rezoning of a large Communipaw Avenue property that was allegedly set aside for a park expansion. The post Lawsuit Seeks to Block 17-Story Rezoning Near Jersey City’s Berry Lane Park appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Seven buyers claim that China Overseas America inflates the square footage of residences at their 99 Hudson Street project and allege a slew of other defects throughout their scathing 59-page complaint. The post Lawsuit Alleges Developer of N.J.’s Tallest Building is Defrauding Condo Purchasers appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The Fair Share Housing Center is asking the courts to throw out legislation that the City Council approved this summer, arguing that it was enacted illegally and “gives a pass to politically connected developers.” The post Lawsuit Says Jersey City’s ‘Deeply Flawed’ Inclusionary Zoning Should Go appeared first on Jersey Digs.