Four of the five New York City pension funds have voted to invest $500 million in residential and commercial real estate, focused in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy, city Comptroller John Liu announced Wednesday.

The fifth fund, the New York City Fire Department Pension Fund, is expected to act on the investment Thursday.

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