Tourism at South Street Seaport Hit Hard By Sandy : Slideshow

Friday, November 16, 2012

Daniel P. Tucker
Two-and-a-half weeks after Sandy, clean-up workers toss legs, arms and torsos of mannequins from the Gap into a dumpster. "Yo! Get those body parts!" one worker yells to another.
The mannequins from the Gap were so waterlogged two-and-a-half weeks after the storm that water spilled from a torso's belly button when a worker threw it on the ground.
Daniel P. Tucker
Much of South Street Seaport is still without power. The neighborhood feels "otherworldly," according to one business owner, especially at night.
Daniel P. Tucker
Disaster recovery and property restoration teams from BELFOR are working on cleaning up buildings throughout the South Street Seaport.
Daniel P. Tucker
Marco Pasanella of Pasanella and Son, Vintners, began rebuilding immediately after Sandy destroyed his wine shop on the first floor at 115 South Street.
Sara Williams, owner of Fresh Salt at 146 Beekman Street, stands in her gutted bar cafe. "The business did not have flood insurance," she said.


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