Union Beach after Sandy: Fewer people, bigger homes
Clip: 10/28/2022 | 6m 20s | Video has closed captioning.
Superstorm Sandy flooded and fractured close-knit communities. Ten years after Sandy mangled Union Beach — forcing homes off their foundations and inundating 80% of the area -- records show that 700 fewer people now live there. Empty lots still dot the landscape. New homes are elevated in height -- and in price. Property values have doubled since Sandy.
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