Wall Street firms could be shut out of Manhattan offices for weeks

11/8/2012 | Securities Technology Monitor

The massive flooding that superstorm Sandy brought to Manhattan could leave Wall Street financial firms unable to use their regular offices for weeks. The 14-foot storm surge that swept through lower Manhattan had its biggest effect on buildings along or in the vicinity of Water Street, which runs from Battery Park to Fulton Street, said Jim Rosenbluth, managing director for crisis management at Cushman & Wakefield. Learn more about the industry's action to help neighbors also affected by Sandy.

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