What's up on Surf Road

In the wake of superstorm Sandy, 12 homes on Surf Road in Lindenhurst were acquired by the New York Rising housing recovery program; one year ago, 10 were auctioned off and two were designated for affordable housing. Four years after the storm, only one is nearly ready for occupancy.

AddressRe-sale purchase priceRe-sale closing dateStatus
5 Surf Rd.$175,000 6/15/2016Application for raising submitted 8/18/16 to the building department
15 Surf Rd.$130,000 2/17/2016Building permit issued & picked up for demo of dwelling on 4/13/16
25 Surf Rd.$180,000 1/25/2016No building permit application yet
37 Surf Rd.$130,000 1/21/2016Building permit issued & picked up on 8/2/16
39 Surf Rd.$75,000 1/5/2016No building permit application yet
61 Surf Rd.$0 7/19/2016No building permit application yet
75 Surf Rd.$145,000 2/25/2016Cancelled inspection on 7/12/13, no BP issued yet
90 Surf Rd.$0 7/19/2016No building permit application yet
99 Surf Rd.$135,000 2/29/2016No building permit application yet
102 Surf Rd.$105,000 1/7/2016Zoning Board of Appeals approved & in Architectural Review on 8/16/16
110 Surf Rd.$150,000 7/29/2015Construction completed. Full title vested in new owner
116 Surf Rd.$200,000 1/25/2016No building permit application yet

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