NY Rising to auction off Sandy-damaged homes

New York Rising is set to auction off 81 properties in Nassau and another 71 in Suffolk.

New York Rising is set to auction off 81 properties in Nassau and another 71 in Suffolk.

New York Rising is set to auction off 81 properties in Nassau and another 71 in Suffolk. (9/21/15)

WOODBURY - Waterfront homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy are heading to the auction block.

New York Rising is set to auction off 81 properties in Nassau and another 74 in Suffolk, according to Newsday.

The auction is at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Hauppauge on Nov. 17.  

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