Lessons From Hurricane Sandy Has NY on Firm Footing Against Storms

Real Estate Weekly: Fresh of Hurricane Harvey, days away from Irma and five years after New York was battered by its own Hurricane Sandy,  the real estate community is more resilient and prepared for a severe weather event.

Many developers and architects were forced to re-think design plans after Hurricane Sandy flooded waterfront areas, leading to the remapping of floodplains.

In South Williamsburg, developer Two Trees Management re-drew plans for the mixed-use Domino Sugar Factory project, which includes residential units, retail, office space, and a waterfront park. Continue reading>>

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