Lower Manhattan Quiet as Sandy Shuts One-Third of OfficesOshrat Carmiel and David M. Levitt
The drone of generators fills the silence of lower Manhattan on a weekday afternoon. A newsstand is open at the corner of Wall and Water streets, its main customers now cleanup crews rather than bankers, lawyers and other financial district office workers.
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