New York landlords breathe cautious sigh of relief after Sandy

02/20/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The initial assessment of New York City's buildings three months after Superstorm Sandy appears positive: Most of the buildings are back online, landlords are investing in repairs to shore up the properties against future storms, and tenants are moving in as a result. But renovations are expensive, and some fear tenants may be waiting for their leases to roll over and then move.

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