While levels worldwide are expected to rise an average of two to three feet by 2100, they could surge more than six feet along the Atlantic seaboard. The study named Boston, New York, and Norfolk, Va., as the three most vulnerable metropolitan areas.
Fortunately, Manhattan has had a tide gauge for the past 150 years. which shows a small linear rise in sea level, due almost entirely to land subsidence. There has been no acceleration as CO2 has risen, indicating no correlation.
The graph below plots the New York Times prediction in red, and the measured data in blue. It gives a good indication of the mindless stupidity going on at the New York Times.