It happened around 1 a.m. and sent water gushing onto the street at the intersection of Greenwich Street and Clarkson Street.
Repair crews have been on the scene since the main broke around 1:40 a.m. Wednesday, flooding Fifth Avenue between 13th and 14th streets.
United Water says the 12 inch water main broke on Route 17 South between Midland Avenue and Ridgewood Avenue.
About 60 families lost water after the 20-inch main broke around 12:30 a.m. at the corner of Sip and Bergen Avenues near the Journal Square PATH station.
It happened around midnight on Kinderkamack Road and Main Street.
A water main burst in Midtown Sunday, reportedly in the New York Palace Hotel.
Hoboken City Councilman Ravi Bhalla said the city council will be looking at short-term remedies as well as long-term capital infrastructure improvements.
A boil water advisory was lifted Saturday at Hoboken, after multiple mains and bursts over two days sent water spewing.
Friday’s leak happened at Park Avenue and 14th Street around the corner from where the 30-inch pipe was broken by a construction crew at around 11 a.m. Thursday.
Much of Hoboken was without water earlier Thursday after a contractor struck a 30-inch water main.
The aging, 36-inch water main broke in the middle of the street at 23rd and Broadway around 10:45 a.m., DEP spokeswoman Mercedes Padilla said.
The Cross County Parkway and all but one lane of the Saw Mill River Parkway have been reopened and workers have completed pipe work on a broken water main in Yonkers.
The city is providing drinking water to senior and nursing homes. A list of water distribution stations can be found inside this post.
The main broke at around 10 p.m. Wednesday near 34th Street and Seventh Avenue. Several escalators and elevators were shut off as a safety precaution.
A 48 inch main was capped just before 7 a.m. after it ruptured in Scotch Plains near the intersection of Birch Street and Portland Avenue around 4:30 a.m.