Temporary power outages may affect Stuy Town as Con Ed repairs equipment, officials said.
In the wake of an overnight manhole fire and attempt to reduce voltage, a mass outage hit the borough.
Con Ed said that approximately 4,000 were without power in West Brighton on Tuesday afternoon.
Residents in Staten Island and Queens experienced the most outages, a utility spokesman said.
Jones Lang LaSalle found that 20 percent of the offices are still not functionally open.
The green energy education center was hit hard by Sandy but kept power thanks to rooftop solar plates.
The 109-year-old Bideawee on East 38th Street suffered severe damage during Hurricane Sandy.
Many buildings closed by storm damage are offering rent abatements or letting tenants break their leases.
55,000 New Yorkers are still in the dark after Hurricane Sandy and a Nor'easter tore through the region.
The storm, compounded by Hurricane Sandy, has left some 23,000 people without power in the borough.
More than 10,000 Con Edison customers lost power in the winter storm on Wednesday.
Tips to prepare your family and home for the nor'easter, which is expected to hit the city Wednesday.
Con Ed has restored power to 670,000 of the 940,000 New York customers affected by Hurricane Sandy.
About 460,000 ConEd customers were still without power as of Friday afternoon.
Con Edison will restore power to some buildings south of the Brooklyn Bridge that are no longer flooded.
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