STEVE CUOZZO: Financial black holes leave New York with more craters than the moon

Incongruous and depressing sights await a stroller in Manhattan. Locations that ought to be thriving sit derelict behind ramshackle plywood fences. There are empty lots, deep craters and partly demolished facades – sometimes all three at the same address.

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