Just four short years after Superstorm Sandy, one neighborhood on the South Shore of Staten Island has a section which has been reclaimed by nature, and it's not such a terrible thing.
Take a walk down Kissam Avenue on the southern shore of Staten Island and it almost feels like walking through a wildlife refuge. A marsh waving with phragmites stretches off to your right; to your left, a few overgrown lots where homes once stood.
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