A new documentary explores the complex issues surrounding development along our increasingly vulnerable coastlines.
New York’s plan allocates significantly more funding than New Jersey’s to local planning in order to foster comprehensive risk analysis for recovery investments.
A new report identifies a significant mismatch in New Jersey between where large numbers of older residents live and which municipalities are most prepared, from a land-use perspective, to accommodate them.
Fort Lauderdale’s efforts offer an early look at the true costs to coastal municipalities of trying to stay ahead of sea-level rise.
A series of public workshops and an online feedback tool ask residents to indicate their priorities for how best to rebuild the inland Raritan Bay and Jersey Shore areas after Hurricane Sandy.
A leading real estate analyst warns that if municipalities are going to keep up with changing market demand, they will have to make some significant changes to their land use regulations.
New Jersey Future Executive Director Peter Kasabach received the Resident of the Year Award at AIA-NJ’s annual awards gala.
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These interactive community meetings will allow the general public to learn about and provide input on the Design Teams’ work.
This free series of performances, presentations, short-term installations, and other events throughout the region will highlight the value of design in creating resilience.
Toms River Town Hall, 2nd Floor
Lower Manual Hirschblond Meeting Room
33 Washington Street
Toms River, NJ 08753
Rebuild by Design
Have an upcoming event that deals with how New Jersey uses its lands? Submit it to New Jersey Future’s calendar.
New Jersey Future is offering a competitive grant to encourage municipalities to develop noncontiguous-clustering ordinances.
The U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the 10 finalist projects in its Rebuild by Design competition.