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NEW QUEEXS RECOBD.
Plan* Approved Since January for
Buildings to Cost $11,218,000.
Th* records of the Queens Bureau of Building*
for the last three months for new buildings show
a large Increase In the volume of home construction
In the borou»h v/
Plans were filed and permit** granted last month
for the erection of SSI structures, estimated to cost
JLSM.24O. against Sl4 buildings, costing J957.055. erect
ed in the corresponding month of 1908. Since Jure 1
plans for 1.116 buildings, estimated to cost M.875.214.
have been approval The record for the corre
sponding period of Mi was 90S structures, costing
tISST.242. an Increase In favor of the last three
months of 23 per cent in the number of new struc
ture* and © per cent in the capital investment.
Since Janus 1 permits have been cranted for
the construction of MM buildinps. estimated to
com J11.218.00*. In * h «* Brst * [fcM months of 1908
llans for 2.153 bull -".ings, oostinp I *.** were ap
prm-edj th. increase being 66 per cent in the amount
Involved and 40.5 per cent In the number of struct
FLOWER HOUSE IN FIFTH AYE. RENTED
Th»» KrwMii" Gullck Company has leased the
hous<» V.. m Fifth avenue, between «th and 4»th
ftreet*. formerly occupied by Anson R. Flower, to
Washington P. Thomas, president of the American
Sugar Refining Company, It is s nix story Ameri
can basement dwelling ho-JSP. It I* rented, fully
furnished, as a temporary home for Mr. Thomas.
The lessee was represented by Douglas Robinson.
<*barlei> S. Brown & Co.
NEW OWNER FOE LONG BEACH PLOT.
Feowlek B. Small has sold for Estates of Long
Boacb a plot 300x100 on Perm 6tr«*U near Monroe
Boulevard. Long Beach.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
/ W4 £t- \ / Over- \
f 1 f looking- I
I Broadway. I _. IBBEBMAVI BBEBMAV I
v «d£t.y / v \ 6QCARE. J
: / Finest \
/ Location. \.
/ Best Transit \
/ New York. \
Subway Express Station at 72d 6t. I
6th and 9th ay. "L," wlthlr one block I
A few extremely attractive Apart
ments to rent, 6 to 11 rooms and
bath, $2,000 to $4,500.
Refrigeration included in lease.
Th««« Apartm«nta are absolutely fireproof,
well planned, large, ninny rooms, parquet floors.
M*h celling, cpen fireplaces, spacious ward
robe*. Vpper Apartineniß command vie-ws of
Central Park and Hudson River.
=7f Lewis B. Preston, [f=
] 165 Broadway.
£*> EAST O\
9IST STREET S*
RATION'S; POLJTE ATTENDANTS
3 ' " 1 APARTMEXTO^ S4-O
2 Rooms and 8ath....*1« 3 Rooms and Bath 12s
4 R^m. Bnd 8ath....J32 5 Room, and Bath"! •$!!
MAGNIFICENT ROOF GARDEN.
• TWO OTIS PASSENGER UFTS.
Fr^» private "phone in each apartment.
Night and Day Service.
MEALS SERVED IN PRIVATE
PINING ROOM IF DESIRED.
/X A L P I IN E
\^7>v 55 West 33 St.
BoonX f T >^ APPLY TO
Bath. yVA^W OR TELEPHONE
Heat. W If c,. PT
aii-nh-m \ / *^^
EleratSr. >^ X> N^W * 121 — 3STH -
Mc&ls a«rv«<! *w^ A^^
In room » M
TeJephone in #jX
each malt*. f£ >v^.
$350 TO $1,200 >. <^T^V
A L I EX^
OXB arm, left m EACH nOVUF.
348-9 Central Park West.
between »4th ami or.th at*.
HIQH CLASS APARTMbNTS.
Exceptionally Convenient Uocatlon.
LJ«hu rpacleos 8 room Su»te» containing all modern
A**rtmaot House appointment*.
RENTALS $1400. Si 500 RESPECTIVELY.
SUPERINTENDENT OX PRFMTSFK
or JEXDLJTZ * Hi;i^E. SI Niaaau «i
Opposite the MetropoUtan Club and over
looking Central Park. Apart menu, ftir
nlshed and L nfurniahed.
EAGER & BABCOCK.
THE RANDOLPH, ~^
12 West 18th Street. !
2d naar Apartment to Let.
9 Lars:** lCooms and Bath.
Will decorate to suit tenant Occupancy
about Oct. l*t. Apply on premises, your
own broker, or address
J. A. 6IIEDD.
•4-7 Eaat 424 St Tel. 4545 Murray Hill
M 4 LEXINGTON AVENUE.
« rooms and bath; exceptionally lltbt. airy room. I
ROBERT X. BROWN. 20 Nassau St room* i
V» W. CORNER OF 2.YD AYE. AND MRD BT — j
O. DupUi flat: ail room* sualU. ROBERT L BROWN. •
TO Nassau Et.
To Let for Business Purposes.
STUDIOS TO LET
la nroadw&y Stodto MuUdirr.
Bmadwar aad DOtfa et.
ETBAM HEAT AND ELEVATOR SERVICE.
VERT DEEIRABUS NEIGHBORHOOD.
Apply to Janitor, on premlaea. or ;
OWNER. Room 800. 48 Weat 34th at.. N. T.
"DHTBICJAXS.— .PARLOR FLOOR. m
JL tm*t <lepp: private bouaa. moat arnaaaibla location
la ctty. etzth and Ninth »v«. elevated, and aubwajr at
Best comer. Broadway. Coluaibua and Amsterdam a*«
ear* at oom»r. poaaeaalon tow, rent from October. 3.-7
West £3tb at.
OKTH ET^ 15 EAST (KSAR BTH AYE.)— HA :
oO a«Me fßfltan; eultabla &S7 Usbt bustuMs; all con -
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
"120-125 RIVERSIDE DRIVE" v "«.;,"» c ,°".S° r
New 13-atory flrspronf buildtnc: apartmenta of 8. 9, 1O and 12 roomi and three baths: all conveni
ences: best possible construction: location finest in the city, with extensive views of the Hudson and
the Drive; building faces southwest, insuring; anabumiance of run In winter and cool breeaes In summer.
RENTS, $1,800 to $3,000. W. R. & J. M. STEWART.
Broadway- Amsterdam Ave.— B6th to 87th St.
The largest and most complete apartment hou?«>
in the world. Absolutely fire and sound proof.
READY FOR OCCUPANCY SEPT. 15. 190Q
CONVENIENT TO ALL LINES OF TRAVEL.
THE BELNORD contains housekeeping suites of all size.s from seven rooms up. with
2. 3 and 4 bath rooms, each suite having every known convenience, representing the
most perfect example of the modern apartment house construction. Abundant closet
and storage room. A special feature is the garden court, containing 22.1W1 sq. feet
of open space.
EVERY ROOM AN OUTSIDE ROOM
Electric light and artificial refrigeration supplied without charge to the apartments
from THE BELXORD'S own plant.
RENTALS $2,100 AND UPWARD
Illustrated booklet mailed on application to representative on premises, or to
W. H. DOLSON & CO., Agents
TEMPORARY RENTING OFFirE
527 Columbus Avenue - Between 85th and 86th Streets
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There Are a Few Apartments Left in :■
No. 11 West 81st St. ! \
The light, air and outlook over Manhattan square and Central Park, in fact, js
over the whole city, is superb. There are 10 rooms and three baths and extra room J«j
for servants on top floor and large storage room in basement. They are very ex- iV
elusive, being only one apartment on a floor. Extra high ceilings. Possession at [»
once. Leases from October 1. v'
Be sure to see them before renting elsewhere. V
For particulars apply to A. P. COBURN, on the premises. ■)
Telephone, 6377 — River. is»j
72D ST., RIVERSIDE. DRIVE,
Seven Rooms and Two Baths to Nine Rooms and Two Baths.
RENTS $1,600 TO $2,500.
Cafe, Grill Room, Pun Parlor, barbers. ladies' hairdre?*lng, valet and tailor's
•ervle* on premises. private bus service to and from "I." subway stattona.
1 1 Rooms and 4 Baths. One Family on a Floor. All Outside, Light Rooms.
th^i«— mm Cd FRANK A PKTELER. Manager
24 ORAMERCY PARKj
Duplex Apartments £
6 and 8 Rooms i
with Baths j!
Rents $2,200 and upward £
Excellent service and closest scrutiny of d
tenants are assured by the residence of (\
the owners in the building. J
Pease & Elliman, t
Agents . ],
309 Madison ay., at 42d st. * |
•Phone. 1000 — Murray Hill. . ,
2 WEST 88TH ST..
•IVKHLOOKLNG CENTRAL PARK.
Or KIMS ROOMS AXIi TWO PATHS
RENTS $2,400 AND $2,600.
10 ROOMS. 2 BATHS. 52.401
VINE INPIDE BOOMS AND BATH. tI.UOO
KIOHT ROOMS AND BATH. JI.WWV
APPLY ON PREMISES.
A»TH ST. AM) MADISON AYE.
Thli fin* Apartment Hou»«. ultuated In orir
of The beet r'tldrntlal a»rtlon» of this rlty. is
bring thorounhly renovated and having Inatallxl
•'. ■ ry modern improvemfnt. and will be under
th» man«r»m'nt of the owner Prospective
tenant* ran be assured of th* highest <~la«* of
7 TO 14 ROOMS ,
with 2 to 4 baths, to lease.
from $1,400 to $4,000. r
>■; '•' Superintendent on Premiss
j.cwiN U. I'reotun, Acont.
A T ftc Jersey Real Estate.
•\'EWARK AND SURROUNDING REAL ESTATE.
--» MAYO A CO.. 78* Bread at.. Newark Estab
lished 1491- . ■ ■
nkw.vokk datly trihim:. stnday. September 12, 1900.
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
Huston «£ Asinari, aW
25 Liberty Street. Tel. 5827 John.
Offer for Rent from Oct. 1 Apartments In the
Following High Class Houses:
roaaraaion Sooner in Some Instances.
50-53 Morningside Aye. West,
Corner 115 th St.
Overlooking Morningsid* Park. One block from
Columbia University and Barnard College and
close to ll«th St. Subway Station
4. 5. 6 AND 7 ROOMS AXD BATH.
RENTS *860 TO $1,350.
605-609 West 112 th St..
Between Broadway and Riverside.
Two blocks from Subway. Modern improve
ments. Exceptionally large rooms. Southern
■ AND 7 ROOMS AM) BATH.
RENTS $780 TO $1,300.
REPRESENTATIVES ON PREMISES
The Grandest View of
Central Park in New York
Sunny Family Apartments.
Most conveniently located
in the fire proof building,
Fronting on Central Park.
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BfITH ST AND
CENTRAL PARK WEST.
12 all-light rooms and 3 baths, $4,000
Apply to Superintendent, on premises, or to
SLAVVSON & HOBBS,
2*l Columbus Are.
BROADWAY AND 121 ST ST.
r.. ■ and 7 rooms.
$.'.40 TO 11,100
This property Is hel<l by an individual owner as a per
manent ini'fim'nt and is most carefully maji*c*4.
APrLT ON PREMISES
limns * .KIRBT. Awls.. B»iv and 103« St.
Furnished Houses to Let.
U ro..mr .1 hath», six montl.t or l..n«»r. to pilvat* ftm
il>; U n.>bPtrurte.l vtsw of rU*r «n<l Parted*; molera.7*
REEVE A HII-K * ro. Broadway an« isSth's»
Unfurnished Avartments to Let.
\uniber 5*7 Cathedral Parkway, rioth St.
Between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue
"Ready for Occupancy Sept. 15
ihe Keynote of the Britannia is "Home."
eceives its inspiration from the old EnglUh
jse, so universally recognized in this respect
/ithm a few feet of the Britannia i» the 110 th St. Subw*y
%ss Station, while two blocks East is the 6th and 9tk
me Elevated Express Station.
he forecourt, 35 feet wide, forms an entrance for vehicle*
pedestrians, as well as the approach to the private &.
:e to two ground floor apartments. It is surrounded
projecting bay windows of the English type, and of
ual size, by means of which a clear view of the street
Stained and direct sunshine admitted. The two wing)
finished with gable roots, the upper portion of which it i
for the storage rooms for the tenants, giving unusually
and desirable spaces for this purpose.
Gracehull Realty Co. **
for your careful consideration and in
spectian a few desirable 7 and 8 room
Apartments, with 2 baths, in
56.62 West sSth St..
between sth and »->h ays.
Most desirable location in city—
exclusive. refined. distinctive.
Modern in every respect; carefully
.planned, with every facility for comfort,
making housekeeping: a pleasure.
Electric elevators, electric light*, par
quet floors, open fireplaces, &c.
Rents $1,600 to $2,100
Descriptive pamphlets, with plans and
further particulars, of
% nry Winans & May
749 sth Ay.. near 58th St.
'Phone. 270— Plaza.
7th Aye., 116 th to 117 th St
There will be a limited
number of Apartments
to rent from 1 Oct. at
prices ranging from
$1,020 to $2,200.
Apply to Superintendent, on
premises, for particulars.
450 Riverside Drive.
YEAR 116 TH ST.
T'XOBSTRI'CTED VIEW OF THE HUD
SON AND RIVERSIDE DRIVE
NEW 10-BTORY FIREPROOF
suites of 8 rooms and 2 baths.
Duplex suite* of 7 rooms, with living
room, dining room, pantry, kitchen, ser
vants* rooni on lower floor, and bedrooms
and bath on floor above.
Duplex 7 Rooms and Bath.
$1,250 to $1,550.
8 Rooms and 2 Baths.
$1300 to $2,100.
Huston & Asinari.
?5 Liberty St. Tel. 6827 John.
Representative on Premises.
S. W. Cor. 90 st. & Madison ay.
Each Apartment ■ Perfect Homo
Containing every -conceivable modern Im
provement. Nine and ten rooms. 3 baths.
All night elevator service, Rents $1,800
upward. Entrance to the Park.
S. E. Cor. 94 st. & Madison ay.
Apartments of eight large rooms! and
bath. Modern improvements. Splendid fin
ish. All night elevator service. Park view.
One choice doctor** Apartment, seven
rooms and bath.
> . $1,000 to $1,600.
Superintendent on premises.
V v furnished Apartment* to I*?*- Unfurnished Apartment* to Z*eU
The apartments are arranged in suite* of five, six, seven,
eight and nine rooms, with two baths, and some of the apart
ments having an additional lavatory and toiler. Rents, $1,100
to $2,200. On the ground floor are two apar»m*nr*, each
occupying an entire wing of the building of 10 Rooim am)
3 baths with private entrance to each. Rent $3,000. Two
spacious electric elevators garbage receptacle-, mail chute*
procelain-lined refrigerators, specially designed chandelier*
The building i" absolutely fireproof The « Joor»J oor»
are made of terra cotta hollow tile. The trim ard d<*coratiaß
will satisfy the most artistic taste.
Owners and Builders
At the Crossing of
MADISON AYE. & 64TH ST.
THE VERONA contains twenty magnificent apartments, each an
absolutely detached residence from its neighbors.
It offers to families of refinement all the advantages and con
veniences that go to make a complete home.
The many exclusive innovations m the residences of THE
VERONA afford incalculable assistance to the duties of housekeeping.
Apartments Containing Fourteen Rooms and Three
Baths, $8,000 to $9,500.
Manager on Premises.
The facilities fa*
73d & 74th St*.
Are not to be fcund in any other
apartment house or hotel.
If you contemplate a change
of residence, The Ansonia offers
you unusual advantages.
WEST KND AVENUE AND 10MH STREET.
TEN ROOMS AND THRtK BATHS
RENTS $2.250 TO 52.520
Henry I). Winans & May,
749 sth Ay.. Near SBth St..
offer th» following desirable Apartments —
S. E. Cor. Broadway and 54 th st.
AP m ' * ■ and » •«*■ *•■• room, and
**• ■ «Mln,ble _phyaioi.n-. A»Trt32^f ■*•
353 West 57th st.
«« to n,E r ?±?r; rt 5i b « h to 52d st -
m m „,,. „„.,",„ ■;;;;•• -re.-,,.., nf COLUMBIA
>STH ST. »wiw.^ m^ — — , „
""•"Win. r*a» «© jm* «*.
Centra! Park West
Cor. 65th St.,
Overlooking Central Park.
All Modern Improvements
Apts. of 8 to 12 Rooms,
•2 and 3 Baths.
$2,200 to $3,600.
W. S. NORTON, Act., 35 Naisau St.
T>l«»pho»M« 599* Cort.
or Supt. on premise*.
; HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS
with Hotel Facilities.
Either of these, with or without Furniture, Cfca^
bermaid Service. Linen or Laundry. The Accos
modation* and Service of a Hotel: Restaararftf*
Grill. Bell Boys. Floor Ma: Night Watchmen
Hotel Office. Billiard Room. Parlors for renam
ing; Barber Shop. Drug Store, Physicians, Dentists;
Stock Brokerage Board. Tickers: Market, and »
Housekeeping Department for Lady's Mai&rjCfag
bermaid. Cleaning Woman or 'Man. and Vacas3
Cleaning service when desired. Xr» one who'has not
kept house with these advantages know* the fa »**
it. and with all—
The Quiet and Refinement of One' Own Heat
Transients all i
Highest references required.
May a diagram be sent yon?
Telephone, 3320 Columbus.
An Apart ment In
33 WEST 12 ST.
Sunny. Modern. Select^
>ertn Boom* and BUk
— ■ ■ «v$
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J3*4 Hrvm.iw i>. between <Uith ■:. and 3Ttl> •' •• ft J> !;<
ft'cdyk p. m Advertisements reoetve.l at '"t^ ?. »•*
branch .tlttvJi at regular «Ar*' rates unti! » *'
Ml . 2«4 *th -v, • . »*l*Ji. s*^2fi
12tl> «.; ih East Uth St.; 2M West Jj*,?".,* '•'
lift and Sth ayes.: 283 Wast 153 th «.; H* >
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