By JOHN F. BIRNSTEIN The Washington Times, New York, December 15, 2017 – A large part of the new building, the Times building in Manhattan’s Financial District, is now flooded.
At the other end of the block, the building at 77th Street and Sixth Avenue, the newspaper’s headquarters, is under water.
In both places, the buildings have been under water for several days.
The city has had to shut down the Times and the Financial District newspaper offices as well as the Times Center in the Financial district, a hotel and office space that the newspaper leases from a company that operates under a new ownership.
The newspaper’s financial and business operations have been largely unaffected.
“The building is still under water, but the water is going in different directions, and we have not been able to get it under control,” said John Garvey, a spokesman for the city of New York.
He said that the building, which has been in operation for more than 40 years, has been under a temporary closure, a process that requires a permit.
Garvey said that since Monday, New Yorkers have been able visit the Times’ offices and offices of the Financial Times, and that the Times buildings in Times Square, Times Square North and Times Square South are open.
“Our offices are fully open,” he said.
“There are no closures.”
New Yorkers have reported seeing flooding in Times buildings at the Financial, Times Center, the Financial Center and at the Times Square.
In the Financial neighborhood, the city has been inundating floodgates, forcing the evacuation of several blocks.
In a citywide email to residents Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said that many buildings were inundated with floodwaters, including the building where the newspaper offices are located, but he did not elaborate.
The New York City Department of Buildings is responsible for managing the city’s floodplains, including building code compliance.
In addition to building codes, New Yorker’s can request to have the buildings’ plumbing inspected.
In cases where the building’s plumbing is deemed unsafe, it is up to the building owner to ensure that the water level is safe for the building.
A building is deemed safe when it has water at or below the recommended safe level, according to the city.
If it is below the safe level but the building is not, it needs to be cleaned and inspected.
The city is also requiring that the sprinkler system in the building be installed.
The building owners said they are in the process of getting their water systems in order.
“We have to be able to move water in and out,” said Thomas Piazza, a co-owner of the building with his wife, Susan Piazzini.
He and his wife are building an additional office space for a small office business.
“That’s our primary focus,” he added.