Seven months after Hurricane Sandy smashed into New York's beaches, all of the city's summer hotspots reopened Memorial Day weekend. While all of the shoreline is still a work in progress, the Parks Department worked around the clock to ready the beaches, implementing $270 million worth of renovations. For this post-Sandy update, we mapped out the main areas where improvements have been made?hello, modular comfort stations!?and where construction is still ongoing?Coney Island's Steeplechase Pier, alas, is still closed for reconstruction.
· All Beach Power Hour [Curbed]