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Kal Vaughan
Kal Vaughan
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  • 08th November 2012

Tribeca Cinema opens its doors to businesses affected by Sandy’s devastation

Tribeca Cinema, an iconic neighbour to some of the worst hit areas of New York affected by hurricane Sandy, has opened its doors to businesses disrupted by the super storm.

The event – which weather watchers have dubbed ‘Frankenstorm’ – has left thousands of businesses in desperate need of work space. The move reflects of the spirit of New Yorkers, long known for their charitable treatment of fellow city folk.

Tribeca Cinema, located in down-town New York near the epicentre of the devastation, has been generous in opening its Varick Room’s (54 Varick Street) to businesses in need of work space.

Tribeca Cinema’s said: “If there’s one thing that New Yorkers know well, it’s resilience. Tribeca is confident that we all will bounce back quickly, but a helping hand never hurts.

“You will need to bring your own computer. Wi-fi capabilities are contingent upon signal strength, number of users and availability in our area.”

Search Office Space’s disaster recovery service is fully operational to assist businesses affected by the fallout by hurricane Sandy.