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On May 5, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided a case that involved a substantial change to a development plan: replacing a proposed tennis facility with two 11-story residential buildings on a platform that extended into the Hudson River. Shipyard Associates L.P. v. City of Hoboken, 2019 WL 149532 (App. Div. 2019), aff’d 2020 WL 2120903 (Shipyard III). The ruling addressed issues of interest to both land use and environmental attorneys.

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