Xerxes Agassi has sued his neighbors in Massachusetts Land Court over a disputed driveway easement.
After an eight-month review, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission was scheduled to decide Thursday night whether to approve or deny the redevelopment plan in Vineyard Haven.
A plan to expand the former Edu Comp building in Vineyard Haven remains a work in progress as the developer who recently bought the property attempts to pass muster with the MVC.
Commercial real estate redevelopment projects are beginning to proliferate along Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, with properties changing hands at a steady clip in the densely built, flood-prone harborfront corridor running from the head of Main street to the drawbridge.
A real estate developer completed his purchase of the former Edu Comp property last week, paying $2.4 million for the familiar red brick building at the head of Vineyard Haven’s Main street.


A scaled-backed building and a slew of unfinished details were on the table for more discussion when the developer who wants to expand the former Edu Comp building presented a revised plan to the MVC.