- About FBW
- Waterfront Plans
- Rail Yard Redevelopment Plan reflects Jersey City’s Newport, not Hoboken
- Parks and trees missing from City of Hoboken’s plan for central riverfront
- Squandering an Opportunity for Hoboken’s Central Waterfront?
- Col. Stevens’ vision for Hoboken still valid 200 years later
- FBW Executive Director speaks at MWA Conference
- A once-in-a-century opportunity for Hoboken’s waterfront
- Hoboken’s FBW honored as “Heroes of the Harbor” at 2014 Waterfront Conference in NYC
- Planning the gateway to Hoboken’s north end
- Dutch-led team: Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge – a comprehensive strategy for Hoboken
- Comprehensive flood plan for Hoboken in high-stakes competition for federal funding
- Are we devising flood remedies based on a 1,000 year storm?
- Mayor Bloomberg proposes $19.5B, 438-page storm mitigation plan with 250 recommendations
- Dramatic downgrade for FEMA flood maps but 75% of Hoboken still in high risk flood areas
- 79% of Hoboken falls into FEMA’s new flood zone!
- 12-Point Plan in preparation for the next Sandy
- The Monarch
- Overwhelming opposition to Monarch project at Freeholder’s hearing; Planning Board denial upheld
- FBW seeks to support validity of Hoboken’s flood ordinances in federal court
- Monarch Towers developers challenge Hoboken flood ordinance in federal court
- Judge grants automatic approval for controversial Monarch Towers
- Gov. Christie vetoes bill risking flood insurance eligibility for Hudson River municipalities
- Monarch Towers described as classic case of bait and switch; motion for summary judgment filed
- City sues Monarch developers for breach of contract
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Hoboken Mayor revokes promise of open space at 800 Jackson. Proposes high rise development up to 14th Street.
Proposed development plan for 800 Jackson Street superimposed on photograph of site, showing view of Palisades cliffs completely blocked for […]Read More →
Master Plan or master sham? 800 Jackson Street high rise negates recommendations of planning experts
(March 2004) For the past two years, the City of Hoboken, the Planning Board, the planning firm of Phillips Preiss […]Read More →