Hoboken, NYC skyline in background


Hoboken Breaks Ground on $230 Million Climate Change Resiliency Project

PETE D’AURIA / JERSEY JOURNAL – Nine years ago, Superstorm Sandy left the city of Hoboken under water.

Hurricane-force winds and a 14-foot storm surge submerged roughly 80% of the bowl-shaped city, causing an estimated $100 million worth of damage.

Now, the city is breaking ground on a multimillion-dollar resiliency project aimed at preparing for the next storm …