A group of Queensridge homeowners with some well-known names has filed a lawsuit over plans to build thousands of condominiums and apartments where the neighboring Badlands Golf Club now sits.
The group, which includes businessman Jack Binion and gaming lawyer Frank Schreck, filed the complaint Tuesday in District Court in Clark County against Las Vegas and several companies associated with the golf course.
According to the lawsuit, the defendants “have openly sought to circumvent the requirements of state law as well as the city code” to deprive interested parties of notice and an opportunity to be heard.
“This conduct is just part of an overarching campaign to interfere with the legal rights of the homeowners — adjoining property owners in the master-planned development commonly known as Queensridge,” the document alleges.
Las Vegas City Attorney Brad Jerbic could not be reached for comment Thursday.
EHB Cos., which developed high-end retail center Tivoli Village, confirmed in September that it had purchased the Badlands Golf Course in the west Las Vegas Valley. The course is managed by Par 4 Golf Management Inc., the company that closed the controversial sale of Silverstone Golf Club around that time.