2021 was a breakthrough year for Hoboken’s waterfront. Union Dry Dock and the Monarch Pier have been secured to become critical additions to the continuous, public waterfront park, first proposed by FBW 30 years ago. FBW ended the year with a highly successful, celebratory event honoring long-time chair Jim Vance. Throughout the year, FBW continued its advocacy for open space designed in a manner that is unquestionably public.

After contentious 4-year battle, Union Dry Dock will be a park, not a diesel ferry depot

Ownership of Monarch Pier transferred to the City of Hoboken ending a decade-long court battle

FBW’s most watched video: In Hoboken, a model for a truly public waterfront Hoboken’s

On City of Water Day, FBW shines a spotlight on the unfinished central waterfront

The November 11 Connect the Waterfront — The Final Stretch annual fundraising gala was a smash hit

Active streetscapes are the key to successful urban neighborhoods

A model for the North End redevelopment: Hoboken’s own historic urban village

Hoboken floods worsen as Ida, Henri put stormwater management strategies to the test

Hoboken’s South Waterfront is a model for trees in urban design

Landscape architect explains advanced tree planting techniques employed at South Waterfront

FBW files complaint re:  public access requirement for Waterfront Walkway