New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority
The New York Giants and New York Jets say they’ve settled legal issues with developer Triple Five regarding American Dream, the retail and entertainment complex that sits unfinished near MetLife Stadium.
Developer Triple Five says the NFL teams are engaging in a “campaign to delay, thwart and ultimately prevent” the American Dream project from being built at the Meadowlands sports complex.
The New York Giants and New York Jets refiled a lawsuit Thursday to stop developers from expanding a planned $3 billion megamall near MetLife Stadium, placing another roadblock in front of a project that already has endured 10 years of false starts and financial woes.
The biggest pro wrestling event of the year is expected to generate $100 million when it comes to northern New Jersey next week.
The sixth annual New Jersey Hall of Fame induction ceremony will not be held as usual this June, but officials say there’s still a possibility that a Class of 2013 will be selected by year’s end.
Triple Five refused to agree to close the mega-mall on Sundays to help minimize traffic during the football season. The Jets and Giants have promised to sue if the authority approves the new plan.
The mega-complex formerly known as Xanadu is expected to have up to 150,000 visitors a day, far eclipsing the number who attended the Talmud event at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday.
It was an accident that changed the lives of eight people in an instant. An escalator at the old Giants Stadium suddenly sped up and stopped, sending them all flying downward.
An appeals court has ruled that a lawsuit can proceed against the NJSEA over an escalator accident at the former Giants Stadium. The accident occurred in 2006, after a Jets game against Indianapolis.
Federal officials have issued more subpoenas about the stalled Xanadu retail and entertainment project in New Jersey’s Meadowlands.