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SECAUCUS, NJ–Hartz Mountain Industries, a major commercial property holder in New Jersey’s Meadowlands and New York, had 45 of its buildings go dark in last week’s super-storm, including the 15 Exchange Place office building one block from riverside in Jersey City: it swallowed five feet of storm water.

Building managers shut off the electrical systems as they watched the high water surge from a ninth-floor vantage point at the Jersey City building last Monday night – and as soon as it stopped, they began running pumps with generators and repairing elevator systems, circuitry and water damage.

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