In Rialto-Capitol Codominiumn Assoc. v. Baldwin Assets Assoc. Renewal Co., the NJ Appellate Division permitted a condo association’s claim to proceed to trial. The claim was based on allegations that the actions of the defendants, who installed windows into units of an apartment building, altered the plaintiff’s buildings’ exterior appearance in a way that violated a historic preservation easement. The condo association had standing because the association is bound by the easement and would have a sufficient stake in that claim’s outcome.