The new building, designed by Steven Holl Architects, has been criticized for its lack of accessibility
But the developer says the legal battle is far from over.
A panel of judges overturned an August ruling to block the transit-truck priority throughway
A judge shot down a motion to block work on the protected lane by residents of an Upper West Side condo board
City lawyers will argue against the suit in court Wednesday
The plaintiffs challenge that the upzoning for 80 Flatbush is "unlawful"
But two lawsuits have been filed to stop the affordable housing project from happening
A state appeals court dismissed a last-ditch appeal against the project on Thursday
The massive LED displays have been sailing along the Hudson and East Rivers since last fall
The ruling allows the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation to move forward.
The lawsuit claims the building is mandated a single-room-occupancy dwelling.
The lawsuit accuses the firm of using fake identities and multiple corporate accounts to run an illegal hotel operation.
A court decided to keep a temporary restraining order in place while the decision to dismiss the suit is appealed.
Work can resume on the Studio Gang-designed Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation.
The Human Rights Initiative says tenants are owed more than $1 million and that the lawsuit will proceed.
A judge determined that the settlement didn’t put enough emphasis on enforcement.
A state supreme court judge has issued a temporary restraining order that halts construction until December 11, 2018.
A Manhattan State Supreme Court judge has rejected JDS’s request to dismiss the lawsuit.
Eligible tenants have until November 4 to file a claim.
In two buildings in Harlem and Elmhurst respectively, hundreds of apartments weren’t rent-stabilized as they should have been
The lawsuit is the first filed against illegal hotel operators in multiple boroughs.
Yaniv Erez has been on the run regarding a contempt of court charge since 2016
Locals residents are making yet another push to get construction on the tower halted.
The contested project has received the green light to move forward as planned.
The museum has filed a petition alleging construction will damage the nearly 200-year-old building
The proposed law would require hosts to register names, addresses, and listing information with the city.
Tenants of Kushner Companies-owned building have been alleging harassment for years. An investigation announced Monday by the governor’s Tenant Protection Unit will look into those claims.
The Board of Standards and Appeals has denied the application filed by opponents to halt the project.
A 19-plaintiff lawsuit alleges harassment in the form of construction work and potential lead poisoning.
A federal complaint filed by Legal Services NYC alleges that the luxury development violated the Fair Housing Act
The development firm contends that political motives led the city to renege on tax breaks for the project.
The brokerage claims that 111 West 57th Street’s developers violated the terms of an agreement to market the condos
Big Apple Management has been accused of using seven rent-stabilized apartment buildings as Airbnb rentals.
The couple have lived in their apartment since 1979 and were initially offered $625,000 to move out by June 1.