On the Market: The Future of New York’s Infrastructure; Dumbo Bookstore Destroyed by Flood; Will Floods Kill All the Subway Rats?

All darkness and dead cellphones below 25th Street in Manhattan. [NYT]
Restoring power to the Eastern Seaboard may take more than a week. [WSJ]
Number of Breezy Point homes claimed by raging fire rises to 111. [Post]
Reconsidering the city’s infrastructure in Sandy’s wake. [NYT]
Watching the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel fill with floodwaters. [CBS]
Colonial-era skeleton buried beneath tree unearthed by storm in New Haven. [N.H. Indy]
Hotels in Sandy’s path lost reservations, revenue. [WSJ]
Crazy things displaced by Hurricane Sandy. [NY mag]
Red Hook bar owner narrowly escapes rising flood waters. [Bk Paper]
What happens to subway rats during the storm? (Hint: most will survive). [NY mag]
Literature suffers as Sandy destroys Dumbo’s Powerhouse bookstore. [Bk Paper]
Eight police officers treated for hypothermia after working at Coney Island. [Daily News]
Looters, con men take advantage of chaos in Rockaways, South Sea Seaport. [Post]
432 Park Avenue gets a $400 million construction loan from charitable fund. [WSJ]

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