storm damage

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Breezy Point »

A look back at the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in New York City.

South Street Seaport »

The Salty Paw will keep Downtown dogs groomed through the summer in a pop-up shop on Pier 17.

West Village »

The hard-hit park will be repaired gradually, as funds become available.

New York City »

Both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will remain closed through 2012 due to damage from Sandy. 

Financial District »

Millennium is one of 57 public schools that were damaged by floods during the storm.

South Street Seaport »

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

Murray Hill »

The 109-year-old Bideawee on East 38th Street suffered severe damage during Hurricane Sandy.

Lower East Side »

Residents of Knickerbocker Village are considering a rent strike after two weeks in the dark and cold.

South Street Seaport »

Business owners at South Street Seaport are working tirelessly to clean up the damage caused by Sandy.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

When Hurricane Irene hit New York City, Danny Hernandez, 35, was in Union Square Park to monitor damage. 

Manhattan »

Subway service was restored by 6 a.m. Monday as the MTA worked to get the city's transit system back on track after Hurricane Irene.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Most uptown residents said Hurricane Irene's damage was far less than had been expected.