A $1.3 billion redevelopment project faces another hurdle: a lawsuit over its lack of affordable housing.
"The [builders] group, which represents most of the state's major homebuilders, wants the project stopped because it includes no residential development, specifically affordable housing... ...And while the builders' suit doesn't mention developers Mills and Mack-Cali, it has the potential of pitting New Jersey's homebuilders against its major commercial developers."[Other related link]
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