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Hoboken votes unanimously to OK Monarch settlement, to begin eminent domain...

The Hoboken City Council voted to approve a settlement with the owners of the Monarch property along the waterfront, as well as voting on...

Hoboken council set to vote on eminent domain for Union Dry...

The Hoboken City Council is set to vote on executing eminent domain on Union Dry Dock and the 1st part of a potential Monarch...

Preliminary Monarch settlement in place for Hoboken, council to vote on...

A preliminary settlement deal is in place for Hoboken's Monarch project, an agreement that would transfer the development area to the city and the...

In reversal from last year, NJ Supreme Court to review Hoboken’s...

In a reversal from last year, the New Jersey Supreme Court has granted the City of Hoboken's request to review their appeal of the...

City of Hoboken loses another appeal to halt Shipyard Associates’ Monarch...

The City of Hoboken has lost another appeal to halt the Shipyard Associates from building the Monarch project, which consists of two 11-story condo...

NJ Supreme Court declines to hear Hoboken’s appeal on Monarch project

The New Jersey Supreme Court has declined to hear the City of Hoboken's appeal on the controversial Monarch project, two, 11-story condo towers that would...

After losing case, Hoboken will take Monarch project to Supreme Court

The New Jersey Appellate Court has ruled in favor of Shipyard Associates, the developer's of the controversial Monarch project, but Mayor Dawn Zimmer has...

Hoboken council sinks Monarch project settlement with Shipyard Associates

The Hoboken City Council unanimously voted against (8-0) settling six lawsuits with prominent developer Shipyard Associates, which would've stopped the Monarch project but also...

Hoboken would receive $500k from developer as part of Monarch project...

After five years of litigation, Hoboken and Shipyard Associates have reached a proposed agreement for the controversial Monarch project that would see the developer...
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