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Manhattan Youth Downtown Community Center Reopens Two Months After Sandy

Manhattan Youth reopened Wednesday after suffering extensive damage during the storm.

South Street Seaport »

Anonymous Donor Gives Seaport Museum $500,000 for Post-Sandy Repairs

The South Street Seaport Museum, which reopened last month, received an anonymous check for $500,000.

Oakwood »

City Seeks Bids to Rebuild Flood Protections in Oakwood Beach

The city wants to reconstruct berms in Oakwood Beach that were damaged in a 2009 fire.

Red Hook »

Cartographer Calls for Elevation Markers in Flood-Prone Neighborhoods

Jim McMahon mapped the storm surge that swept through the neighborhood during Hurricane Sandy.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hell's Kitchen Bowling Alley Lucky Strike Celebrates Post-Sandy Reopening

Lucky Strike Lanes will reopen after taking on roughly 250,000 gallons of water during Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

FEMA Redrawing City's Flood Zone After Superstorm Sandy

Two-thirds of the homes damaged by Sandy are outside FEMA's existing flood zones, Mayor Bloomberg said.

Chelsea »

Luxury Buildings and Galleries Still Without Heat in West Chelsea

Several buildings in West Chelsea are without heat more than a month after Sandy flooded them.

Chelsea »

Illegally Parked EMS Cars Stop Street Cleaners from Removing Sandy Debris

Several cars on W. 22nd St. have not moved since Sandy, leaving the street without cleaning for weeks.

Chelsea »

Chelsea Piers to Reopen After Hurricane Sandy Repairs

The 28-acre facility will open for the first time since the storm on Saturday.

New York City »

R Train Service Between Brooklyn and Manhattan Set to Return Soon, MTA Says

The R train is expected to begin traveling between Manhattan and Brooklyn in the coming days.

Yorkville »

Pols File Federal Lawsuits to Stop East 91st Street Garbage Station

Critics said Hurricane Sandy proves the city shouldn't be building a waste transfer station in Zone A.

Central Harlem »

Kids Affected by Sandy Get New Shoes at Payless on 125th Street

Payless donated $40,000 worth of shoes to kids in New York and New Jersey.

South Street Seaport »

Popular Seaport Dog Groomer The Salty Paw Reopens in New Space After Sandy

The dog boutique is operating from the Seaport Animal Hospital after getting flooded during Sandy.

New York City »

Quinn Calls for Storm Barriers, Burying Power Lines in Wake of Sandy

Preparing for flooding is "the single most important infrastructure challenge of our time," Quinn said.

Long Island City »

Hundreds of Isamu Noguchi Artworks Damaged in Hurricane Sandy

Artwork in storage at The Noguchi Museum sustained damage from the hurricane.

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