As the Second Avenue subway progresses, old buildings sag above

06/22/2010 | Crain's New York Business

Older buildings are sagging and crumbling along New York's Second Avenue as the city works on its newest subway line underground. Authorities estimate that repairs to the aging building stock could run between $6 million and $8 million; at least 60 buildings have been tagged for needed repairs. The damage was not caused by the subway construction but needs to be fixed so it can continue, according to authorities.

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