Hurricane Sandy'

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Red Hook »

NYCHA officials and architecture firm KPF presented conceptual renderings of the plan Monday night.

Bushwick »

An interactive chart compares the commute times and rent of stops along the L to other neighborhoods.

Red Hook »

A Thursday night meeting gave residents a chance to speak out on a proposed flood protection system.

Chinatown »

The federal government has reopened the application process for Sandy-related disaster loans.

Inwood »

The nature center shut down in 2012 and has remained unused since, officials said.  

Financial District »

Lower Manhattan will be fortified with storm protections in the coming years.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Carroll Gardens Association is hoping to sell a Columbia Street lot to Avery Hall Investments.

Williamsburg »

Repair work on the tubes could result in massive service disruptions, according to the MTA.

Grant City »

Developers plan to demolish the building in the summer.

Prospect Heights »

The rock and roll label's huge vinyl collection, housed in Red Hook, was flooded in the 2012 storm.

St. George »

It's an attempt to have victims' homes rebuilt by the end of the year.

Hunts Point »

The storm could have greatly damaged the neighborhood if it had arrived earlier, officials said.

Breezy Point »

Andrew L. Troiano allegedly preyed on families who lost everything during Hurricane Sandy.

Grant City »

The "Trouble the Water Project" will launch at the end of December.

Red Hook »

Parks Department contractors were taking down the tree when the man was struck, officials said.