Jersey City artist condos focus of new federal lawsuit (NJ)

The developers of a Jersey City residential building that was forced in 2012 to hand over seven condos to the city for use as affordable housing is suing the city in federal court, alleging city officials now want to sell the condos for profit.      Read the article…………….


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