We believe that successful waterfronts begin with sound planning, time-tested urban design and an understanding that the water’s edge belongs to the public.
City to make offer to buy Union Dry Dock; opposition to refueling facility has deterred state takeover — so far
Aerial view of 901 Sinatra Drive, the property formerly owned by Union Dry Dock and Repair Co. looking east at Hoboken's Hudson River waterfront. FBW | September 30, 2019 Hoboken to [...]
Church Square Park in Hoboken, New Jersey. Photo by Paul Schoenberger. But look! here come more crowds, pacing straight for the water, and seemingly bound for a dive. Strange! Nothing will content them [...]
FBW | April 8, 2020 In 1838, the last year of Colonel John Stevens' life, his family founded the Hoboken Land & Improvement Company to manage and sell his real estate holdings that originally [...]
Are you in the new flood zone? Use the FEMA address lookup tool for Region II to find out: Address Lookup By Ron Hine | FBW | May 11, 2017 The flash [...]
FBW | January 22, 2020 Standing from left to right: Justice Lee A. Solomon, Justice Anne M. Patterson, Justice Faustino J. Fernandez-Vina and Justice Walter F. Timpone. Sitting from left to [...]
Burning Man's Black Rock City in the Nevada desert Amid the desert orgies, Paul Romer investigates a provocative question: Is this bacchanal a model of urban planning? When FBW began its Plan [...]