Local issues

Squandering an Opportunity for Hoboken’s Central Waterfront?

Jersey Journal Guest Editorial | September 26, 2014 On September 15, the City of Hoboken and its consultants unveiled plans for the redesign of Sinatra Drive at the central waterfront from 4th to 11th Streets. These plans fall woefully short of the high standards set at Hoboken’s South Waterfront. The beautifully landscaped Pier A [...]

Squandering an Opportunity for Hoboken’s Central Waterfront?2018-10-20T21:45:08-04:00

A once-in-a-century opportunity for Hoboken’s waterfront

Hoboken Reporter | FBW letter to the editor | April 27, 2014 Dear Editor: For most of the last century, Hoboken was a bustling port city and maritime industries flourished on its waterfront. But by the 1980s, the ocean liners, merchant marines and ship repairers had nearly all disappeared, leaving an abandoned, derelict waterfront. [...]

A once-in-a-century opportunity for Hoboken’s waterfront2018-10-20T21:49:37-04:00

Planning the gateway to Hoboken’s north end

FBW | March 2, 2014 Recent controversies swirling over the Christie administration’s involvement in pushing a mega-development in Hoboken have focused attention on one of the last frontiers for redevelopment in this mile-square city. The North End Redevelopment Area is a 19-block portion of town that is currently zoned for industrial use and is [...]

Planning the gateway to Hoboken’s north end2018-10-20T21:55:01-04:00