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The resiliency plan hinges on a developer getting city approval to build a 77-story tower.

Red Hook »

Deployable flood walls, basements that act like bathtubs, super-sized generators and other features.

Broad Channel »

The city got a grant in 2014 to restore a Broad Channel marsh, but it's far short of the lowest bid.

Rockaway Beach »

The Parks Dept. has greenlighted two new projects using federal cash left over from boardwalk repairs.

Lower East Side »

GOLES is hosting workshops on emergency preparedness for the community's elderly.

Red Hook »

As the fourth anniversary of Sandy arrives, resiliency in flood-prone Red Hook remains a concern.

Red Hook »

Saturday marked the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy's devastating blow to New York City.

Red Hook »

"Red Hook WaterStories 1.0" launched in time for the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.

Lower East Side »

DNAinfo took a look back at some of the 2015 stories that will continue shape the area in 2016.

Roxbury »

The Sandy-damaged beach will eventually undergo renovations to boost its resiliency.

Midland Beach »

762 homes have started construction and 1,090 people have gotten checks since Sandy, the mayor said.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Houses is being considered for a "microgrid," a self-sufficient source of power.

Red Hook »

The first "Ready Red Hook Day" will help residents teach  what to do and where to go during a disaster.

Red Hook »

The Feast's conference at Pioneer Works will bring technologists and innovators to Red Hook this fall.

St. George »

The bill passed the state senate, and Sen. Diane Savino called on the governor to sign it into law.