Court Rules Hoboken Luxury Developers Must Provide Affordable Units

Posted October 30th, 2020

After nearly a decade of litigation, an appellate court ruled that four luxury Hoboken developments must reserve 10 percent of its units for affordable housing — a requirement developers allegedly tried to waiver. The Harlow, The Artisan on Clinton, Park + Garden, and Vine and Hoboken will be required to provide 56 affordable homes. Between the four developments, there will be a total of 546 new luxury homes. Read about the affordable housing court case in Hoboken.

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