A half-mile-long, 12-foot-wide promenade of pink and gray concrete overlooking Lower Manhattan and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge epitomizes the comeback of Union Beach,” (2002, Cheslow, J. The New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/2002/05/05/realestate/if-you-re-thinking-living-union-beach-nj-waterfront-borough-making-comeback.html). The purpose of the massive sunk 25 feet of pilings into the shelf of Raritan Bay is to prevent the borough from being eroded by any catastrophe storms (2002, Cheslow, J.). Union Beach, NJ is located near the Raritan Bay and approximately twelve blocks from the beach where many residents have begun to call their summer homes (2002, Cheslow, J.). For more information about the beautiful Union Beach, NJ please visit the townships website http://www.ubnj.net/ubnj/
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