A luxury property development is being sued for not offering affordable units

FORT LEE — A non-profit dedicated to advocating for affordable housing in New Jersey is suing the developers of the largest current development project in Bergen County for their failure to set aside affordable housing units, according to a lawsuit obtained by NJ Advance Media.

In the complaint, Fair Share Housing Center states that they are seeking a declaration from Bergen County Superior Court that Fort Lee Redevelopment Associates, the developers of The Modern — two, 47-story buildings with a total of 900 luxury apartments — is required to provide a 20 percent set-aside of the development as …read more

Source: NJ.com Bergen

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