Hurricane Sandy'

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Financial District »

The city is investing $100 million for new storm protections for Lower Manhattan.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The museum will get $14 million in total from the federal government to repair damage.

Rockaway Beach »

The building, which underwent a $3.6 million overhaul after the storm destroyed it, reopens Aug. 18.

South Street Seaport »

The museum sustained millions of dollars worth of damage from the storm.

Far Rockaway »

The store is opening in a long-neglected shopping center on Mott Avenue. 

Richmond Town »

The federal cash will help repair Staten Island's Basket Maker's House.

Red Hook »

The Lehigh Valley Barge No. 79 was awarded $269,274, officials announced Tuesday.

Financial District »

$6.2 million in grants were announced for 16 historic NY sites damaged by Sandy nearly three years ago.

Lower East Side »

Three meetings later this month will give residents a chance to provide their input.

Rockaway Beach »

The building at one of Rockaway's busiest beaches has been locked since last summer.

Rockaway Beach »

The "mini-bowl" needs a coating and plywood to help it stand up to use and the nearby ocean's humidity.

Crown Heights »

The Parks Department has a plan to remove 29 trees from the parkway.

Red Hook »

Thousands of trees are still suffering the long-term effects of Hurricane Sandy. 

Rockaway Beach »

Yellow bike lane markers included in city renderings haven't been added to the boardwalk.

Rockaway Beach »

Protesters were told to stand hundreds of feet away from Friday's unveiling of the Rockaway boardwalk.