Damage report: Asphalt Green flooded. Slight delays in opening. Palm restaurant destroyed. Manhattan Youth flooded.

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November 6, 2012 By Steven E. Greer

The walk-in ER at 200 Chambers is now back open. This is the same building of the flooded Downtown Community Center and residential complex, right across from Whole Foods.

November 1, 2012

The Asphalt Green center on North End Avenue was flooded by the storm. The basketball court is being removed now as a mold precaution. The treadmills and pool area are undamaged. A construction manager said, “It is not turn-key any longer, but the delay in opening will not be significant.”

Asphalt Green wood basketball court floor being removed

Asphalt Green pool and exercise floor undamaged

Across the street, the Downtown Community Center run by Manhattan Youth was flooded and the basement was being pumped.

Manhattan Youth in Tribeca flooded

In the same building, the Palm restaurant was destroyed.

Palm restaurant in Tribeca destroyed

Around the corner in the same building, the Urgent Care Center was closed but not damaged.

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1 Response to Damage report: Asphalt Green flooded. Slight delays in opening. Palm restaurant destroyed. Manhattan Youth flooded.

  1. Cici Hu says:

    Truly appreciated the accurate and objective storm reporting
    before, during, and after hurricane Sandy. As a BPC residents for 15+ years,
    this is the first time that BPC became the place people from other areas of Manhattan are getting help.

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