Real estate disasters, past and present

A post-Irene, post-earthquake look at NYC’s worst calamities for property owners

From the October issue:

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The Great Fire

Tropical Storm Irene left New York City mostly unscathed, but the city hasn’t always been so lucky. Manhattan has weathered its fair share of natural and man-made disasters, often with long-lasting effects for the real estate market. This month, The Real Deal looked back at the worst disasters in the city’s history, real estate-wise.

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