Not content with filing one lawsuit, the losing bidders of the World Trade Center redevelopment are adding more litigation to the mix.
Two Canal Street Investors—who lost the WTC bid to Carpenter and Co. of Cambridge, Massachusetts and New Orleans-based Woodward Interests, who are planning to develop a Four Seasons hotel at the site—have already sued the city, and the group that owns the building on behalf of the city, for what they are calling a "secretive and skewed" bid process.
Now, they are suing the team of consultants hired to analyze the proposals.
Are they fighting the good fight, or just being sore losers?
• Losing bidder on World Trade Center files new lawsuit against city consultants [NOLA.com]
• World Trade Center Four Seasons Construction to Begin This Spring, Despite Lawsuit Trial Set for October [Curbed NOLA]