Big buildings. Big Money. Big ego. There's no bigger developer in Jersey City than the smooth-talking, tightly-coiled Tyerman. But while his name graces a slew of projects, not to mention the real estate section of The Times, Tyerman’s got a lot of paper out and giant payments ballooning by the day, a fact that – if it ever came out -- could ruin him and his latest bid for immortality, Waterfront Field. Quietly under water on a massive waterfront luxury development (one that’s been made a ghost town by recession), Tyerman’s found himself with strange bedfellows: savior investors who come with multiple passports, and complicated conditions – including a deal that lines their pockets while putting the stadium itself in peril. But Larry Tyerman would never allow his signature project to be built with dangerously sub-par steel – if he knew. Or he had no choice.