125 Maiden LaneAccording to the New York Times, the building requires new transformers, boilers, and other equipment due to flooding, and may not reopen for several months.
10 Hanover Square
200 Water StreetAccording to Business Insider, the building's management expects it to open in another two weeks.
401 E. 34th Street (Rivergate)According to Business Insider, the building remains without power and uninhabitable.
1 New York PlazaAccording to the New York Times, the building is expected to reopen in three to six weeks.
Several Lower Manhattan buildings remain uninhabitable after the extreme flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy. Various amounts of damage has occurred, which has left some buildings with uncertain reopening dates. Restoration may take from several weeks for some buildings, to several months for others. The Buisiness Insider and the New York Times, provided updates on a number of properties. Here are five Lower Manhattan locations still out of comission after Hurricane Sandy.