Damian Martinez was recently quoted in Matthew Blake’s The Real Deal article “Gabay lawsuit to revive District Square may have merit.” The article discusses the Gabay brothers’ lawsuit alleging that city officials violated California law when they refused to permit their proposed 577-unit apartment complex in Arlington Heights. According to Damian, while the brothers have a compelling argument, ongoing federal bribery charges against Arman Gabay could have played a role in the city’s decision.

“It might not be in the city’s best interests to be awarding projects to developers who may be felons by the time the project is completed,” said Damian.

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