NYC seaport a 'ghost town' months after Sandy
The historic cobblestone streets and 19th-century mercantile buildings near the water's edge in lower Manhattan are eerily deserted, a neighborhood silenced by Superstorm Sandy.
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#2 Feb 25, 2013
#3 Feb 25, 2013
Unfortunately, it wasn't doing well before Sandy struck either. Nice place, but it became very touristy and overpriced. I hope it comes back so that it is attractive and affordable for all New Yorkers.
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