Brooklyn: Open For Business

As New York continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy, most Brooklyn businesses have resumed near normal hours.


It was a rough start to the week for Brooklyn business owners.

Even now that Sandy's wind, rain and flooding have receded there remain sizable obstacles.

Transit troubles, power outages, closed schools and gas shortages have all conspired to keep stores shuttered or confine customers to their homes or immediate neighborhoods.

These major business centers have either stayed open or reopened since the hurricane struck.

Fulton Mall, 356 Fulton Street — Open

Home Depot, 585 Dekalb Avenue — Open

Atlantic Terminal, 625 Atlantic Avenue — Open

Costco, 976 3rd Avenue — Open

Lowes, 118 2nd Avenue — Open

McDonald’s — Many of these individual franchises are Open

If there are other major business locations you are wondering about, the Brooklyn office of the NYC Business Solutions Center is open for business, or visit the Chamber of Commerce Business directory website ibrooklyn.com for a list of businesses.

nikka kowidge November 02, 2012 at 02:06 AM
Alright! Businesses working for their communities!!!


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