Bethpage retail property to be sold at bankruptcy auction

TRD New York /
Nov.November 19, 2018 01:49 PM

A Bethpage retail center once home to the now-defunct H.R. Singletons of embattled restaurateur Harendra Singh will be auctioned off on Nov. 29 in a U.S. bankruptcy court in Central Islip, according to Long Island Business News. The sale will be conducted by Maltz Auctions. LIBN reported that Rajesh Singh, a physician and father of Harendra Singh, bought the 30,000-square-foot property in 1985 and bought out his former partners four years later. Rajesh Singh left the property to Harendra Singh, who filed for bankruptcy in April. The two-building property has 267 feet of frontage on Hicksville Road and another 60 feet along the Hempstead Turnpike. [LIBN]


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