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TRADING ON WEST SIDE
INVESTORS PROMINENT THERE AS BUYERS
OF APARTMENT HOUSES.
Broader Market for Midtovzn Business Property — Important
Sales and Leases in Fourth A venue.
Sales on the West Side north of .V'<tli
etreet were features of the real estate
market last week. It Is a long time sir,
■ucti m large number of new apartment
houses and Investment properties In the
district changed hands. Unquestionably
this purchasing movement was a forceful
reminder of the stable renting conditions
throughout this entire residential zone of
the city and of the bright prospect for
placing the majority of the properties on
a higher paying basis.
If the volume of business transacted on
the great West Side last week Is a fore
runner of similar weekly budgets of sales,
the fall realty business is not only proinir
to attract widespread attention in circles
composed of persons long identified with
the market, but Is going to bring new In
vestors and new speculators to the big
realty mart of the greater city.
With the product of builders a quickly
marketable asset and the channels for
finding buyers for new houses becoming
each week better than the preceding one,
there ought to be most favorable condi
tions next spring for speculative builder*
and big construction companies to enlarge
their scope of activities. Briefly, the build-
Ing projects next spring should be con-
Blderabiy larger than they were in the
early part of this year.
One of the most pleasing signs noted m
the changes for the better which have re
cently taken place in the real estate mar
ket is the small number of exchanges of
properties now reported each week. Big
or small realty trades are usually an in
dication of sluggish realty channels.
IN THD BUSINESS ZONES.
Not only was there an excellent volume
of activity last week in the residential cen
tre, but also in the central business areas,
especially in Fourth avenue north of 14th
■treet.
On the first day of the week there was
an investment deal involving $],W>,ooo, and
in the latter part of the week Investment
purchases of considerable magnitude were
many in number. L* J. Phillips & Co.
were the brokers in the million dollar
transaction. They Fold for the Falcon Real
ty Company the Hotel Langham, an eleven
story fireproof structure of high class
construction, occupying a plot 100.11x120,
at the southwest cornor of 103 d street
and Broadway, to Herbert Dv Pay. Mr.
l>u Puy is one of the most prominent
realty investors on Manhattan Island.
He made his entrance into the market
about two years ago as a large buyer, ami
since that time he has got control of a
splendid group of fine business and residen
tial properties. He bought, about two years
ago, the eleven Ftcry and loft building at
the northeast corner of 12th street and
Broadway. 'He later bought from Robert
E. Bowling the Hotel Empire, at 63d
street and Columbus avenue, and twenty
four lots in the Pykmaii section. About
the same time he purchased from James
M and David R. Todd the twelve story
Van Dyck and Severn apartment houses,
covering the block front on the easterly
Fide of Broadway, between 72d and "3d
streets. The Hotel Langham was formerly
the Hotel Marseille.
An Idea of the extent of the trading on
the West Side last week and also of its
high character may be had from a review
of some of the most important transac
tions affecting sites there.
A market was found for the Criterion
Arms, one of the best built six story apart
ment houses en the Went Side. It is No.
E22 to 528 West 111 th street and occupies a
plot of about four lots. It was sold by
''aider & Nassoit for the Hlghwood Con
struction Company to Dr. A. C Stein.
A buyer was also found for the Ala
1 "mi a apartment house, a six story struct
ure at the northeast corner at 127 th street
end Riverside Drive. The property was
told by Felix Fittichauer & Co. and Henry
Fox to H. B. Davis. The purchase price
was about IMMM.
THE 06BORXE IN DEMAND.
The Osborne apartments, two seven
Btory structures on a plot of four lots, at
the southeast corner of Amsterdam ave
nue and 79th street, changed hands twice.
This property was held at about $400,000.
It was bought by 1. Randolph Jacobs from
the Pjttfburg Life and Trust Company, and
quickly resold by him through Slawson &
Hobbs. The Edgewood, a six story . !••
valor apartment house, on a plot SOxIOO
feet, at the northwest corner of Broadway
and 127 th street, was also numbered
among the apartment house structures
sold in the week. It was sold by Shaw &
Co. for the Charter Construction Com
pany, the Kellers taking in part payment
the Beatrice, a six story elevator apart
ment bouse. Mob. 3.". and 37 West mat street.
For the Nova Realty Company BlawsOß &
Hobbs told the Roselle. Piermont and
Sutherland, three five story apartment
houses No. 182 to IS6 Claremont avenue,
Bach house is un a plot 40x100, ihe Roselle
betas 100 feet north of 125 th street.
The attractiveness of the central Fourth
avenue district and also of midtown sites
with frontages in the cross streets was
clearly reflected in the trading last week.
Unless realty conditions suddenly change
the central Fourth avenue district Is
bound tb figure prominently for a lons
time-. The Bone is quickly taking Its
place as one of the biggest and best
l.uilt on Manhattan Island, and it is more
likely to continue to expand than remain
ttationary after the present projects for
improving sites in the region have been
tarried out. It is so well located for large
wholesale manufacturing and big retail
business houses that many of the heads of
fcucli concerns are wondering how they
overlooked the business advantages pos
•Based by this district.
About two weeks ago Frederick Fox &
Co. rented from the plans two entire floors
it. the two big. eommerical structures to be
known as the Peter Cooper building, which
are being built by the heirs of the Peter
Cooper estate^ on the easterly block front
in Fourth an-nue between 2"th and 2*lh
streets. Those floors will be occupied by
James Keis'-r, Incorporated, one of . the
largest manufacturing concerns in this city,
dealing in men's and women's neckwear.
I^ast week Cheney Brothers, one of the
largest silk iinj»orting concerns in this
country, decided to have a borne in the cen
l.i'l Fi-uith avenue district. They rented
from Henry Corn for a term of twenty-one
je^rs ihe ■tore, basement 'and first loft of
the Importers' Exchartce, a twenty story
structure which Mr. Corn is to erect on the
»»ite of the old Clarendon Hotel, at the
south* corner of inn street and Fourth
avenue. The rental for the term will be
about 5750.000.
DEAL IN UNION SQUARE. i
Another Important transaction last week !
in this section of the city was the sale by :
Mooyer & Marston for th« Hearn estate of
the property at the northeast corner of
Union Sq-.'are and 16th fn<ft. The par
cel is Nos. 36 and 38 Union Square. It has
a frontage of fifty-three feet on the square
and 325 feet o;i the street, extending to
within seventy-five feet of the BorgXeldt
fc'ulldins ' The purchasers were I. S. and .
M. S. Horn. ;
«'i.< <•; Uie principal midtown traosac- j
tjo-is latt week was the sale by F. E. I
Barnes and C. Patrick for Louis Bernstein
to a client of Arnstein & Levy of the
old buildings No. 13S to 140 Wrst 37th
str«et, bet wees ' Broadway and Sev
enth avenue. On that site will be
«recte.l 3 twelve story office building. For
Lffliaa K. Bunks ami Gladys E. ECobbe, S.
B. Coodalc & fen sold to Irving 1. Keiaj»
ner the three story dwelling house No. ISS
West 21st street. Mr. Kempner also owns
No 132 tc 136. his combined parcels forming
a plot 92x92 feet.
In the downtown business rone buyers
were found last week for several proper
ties Cammann. Voorliecs & Floyd sold
for George W. Hunter and Edith H.
liourne a five story building. No. 166 Mai
den Kane. It has a frontage of nineteen
feet.
M. L. & C. Ernst bought the six story
and basement warehouse Nob. 708 and 710
Greenwich street, on a plot fronting 50 feet
and having a depth of 75 feet. The sale
was made by Fernando W. Benner & Co.
LARGE FIFTH AVENUE LEASE.
In the big Fifth avenue retail shopping
district a number of large leases were
signed. Mrs Russell Suge leased No. t>32
Fifth avenue to Joseph, a milliner, and
will erect ;i s*x story building on the prop
erty for his occupancy. The site has a
frontage of 2S 6 feet and a depth of 131
feet. The lease is for eighteen years. The
house No. 630. adjoining, which is owned
by Henry Clews, will soon be altered into
a six story structure for business use.
The most important lease In the down
town business district was negotiated by
the Charles F. Noyes Company. It leased
to Louis and Alfred Schloss for twenty
one years for Eversley Childs the building
No. 101 Park Row, at an aggregate net ren
tal of $126,00(1. Tne building is a small struct
ure, lSx*)? feet, covering a plot of about
1.200 square feet, and faces the entrance to
the proposed Municipal Building. This is
said to be a new high record for insido
property on Park Row. Mr. Childs recently
bought the property through The Noyes
company as an Investment.
The details of some large building proj
ects were learned last week. One plan
calls for a new home for the Chemists'
Club on the premises No. 50 to 54 East 41st
street, between Madison and Park avenues.
The size of that plot is 56.8x98.9 feet. The
clubhouse will be ten stories high, the
larger part of which will be used for club
purposes. The plans for the proposed build
ing have be^n drawn by York & Sawyer.
Tentative plans, it was learned, have been
drawn by D. H. Burnham & Co., of Chi
cago, for a $3,000,000 twenty story hotel, to
replace the old building at the southwest
corner of 42d street and Madison avenue.
That site is owned by the Thompson-Star
rett Company. Overtures have been made
to have Gustav Baumami, proprietor of the
Holland House, become the proprietor
of the proposed hostlery. According to re
ports, Mr. Baumann is planning to have a
large hotel some blocks north of 34th street.
His plans are expected to be made in the
near future.
GET SEATTLE CONTRACT.
Thompson-Starrett Company to Build
Railroad Station There.
Peattle will have by January 1, 1911. an
other fir.c new passenger station, the ter
minus of the Harriman lines, whose en
trance to the city is by the Oregon &
Washington Railroad. The contract for the
erection of the structure, which will cost
approximately half a million dollars, was
awarded to the Thompson-Starrett Com
pany, of this city. Its bid was approxi
mately $450,000.
Bids were received from practically every
big construction company in the country,
and the bidding was therefore unusually
spirited. On accepting the contract by wire
the Thompson-Starrett Company said that
the work on the station would be begun In
a few weeks.
The building will be constructed of rein
forced concrete. There will be a large,
semi-circular arched celling over the gen
eral waiting room. The exterior walls will
be covered with a dark red brick, with
trlmminjß of white artificial stone. The
interior of the general waiting room will
have tiled wainscoting and floors. A sep
arate beating plant will be installed In an
other part of the track yard to furnish
l.eat for the building.
The plans for the building were prepared
by H. J. Patterson, of San Francisco,
architect for the Harriman lines.
A NEW CHANNEL OPENED.
It Extends Along the Shore Front at
Whitestone.
The new channel along the shore front
of Whitestone has been opened by dredg
ing from a point about three hundred feet
south of the peninsula tip to the land end
of the Malba dock, at which point a land
lng for sailing vessels and private yachts
will be built. The channel, which has been
dredged to a depth of thirty feet along the
entire eastern shore of Powell's Cove, is
the first shore front waterway to this sec
tion of Queens.
The pierhead line from College Point to
Whitestone Point is from four hundred to
two thousand feet offshore, and yachts
and sailing vessels of average draft have
been compelled heretofore to keep to the
main channel of the East River. Access to
the shore has been effected from the head
Of the 600-foot Malba pier, the landing place
of the Montauk steamboats and the pro
posed new ferry line from (Mason's Point.
The new channel will provide the. way for
direct access to every part of the Malba
v. aterfront.
NEW HOME
or J. m. bower
Structure Will Be Built in 65th Street.
Near Fifth Avenue.
Hoppin & Koen. architects, have filed
plans for a six story dwelling house, to be
built for John M.' Bowers, at No. 45 East
6ith street. It is to be of faced brick,
trimmed with ornamental limestone, in the
style of the Louis XVI Renaissance period,
wllh a mansard and large casement win
dows, and decorative balustrades. There
will be a central grand hall, off which
will open on the main floor the dining room
and reception parlor, and the library and
drawing room on the second story. The
third floor will contain the owner's law
library.
The building will have a frontage of 28
feet and a depth of 68 feet, with an exten
sion. It Is to cost $50,000.
MAY LEASE BROADWAY SITE.
A syndicate of New York and Phila
delphia business men, beaded by Joseph
Kai.n, baa secured an option from the
Goeiet estate to lease the old Gorham
building property, at the northeast corner
of Broadway and 10th street, for a long
term of year.. at an a?gr<-ijate net rental
of more than $1,500,000 for the first term of
the lease. The site measures 55x105x52x&2
feet, and, if the option is exercised, will be
improved with a large store and loft build
ing.
GETS 156 BROOKLYN LOTS.
The K&reka Securities Company has Bold
to a local speculator, represented by Ed
ward J. McComsack. Inc.. 150 lots fronting
in Broadway, Liberty, Glcnmore and Km
erald avenues. Urooklyn. The ronfldera
tJ<in was SUZ.Uii). Tills property is In one of
the most active building centres In Brook
lyn.
KJS.W-YOKK DAILY iKHU M, SI M>A\, oriOHhK 24, 11)09.
IN DISTRICTS WHERE REALTY BUYERS ARE ACTIVE.
NO. 255 WEST 70TH STREET.
A three story and biisement dwelling housp sold last week by
F. It. Wood & Co. to John Bissell.
GLOBE BUILDING SOLD
About $650,000 Paid for This
Newark Property.
The Fairchild-Baldwin Company, which
bought the Globe Building, at the northeast
ccrner of Hroad and Mechanic streets, New
aw, about six months ago, has resold the
property to the Progressive Investment
Company through Hairy Berger and Julius
Finger, of the Lowy & Birgvr Company.
The price was about $6".0,000.
The building occupies a plot fronting a
trifle over 6ij feet on Broad street and 169
feet on Mechanic street. In part payment
the Progressive Investment Company K ; i ve
to the Fairchlld-Baldwin Company forty
six lots, each 30x132 feet, with an aggregate
frontage of 1,400 feet on Mount Prospect
avenue. Heller Parkway, Grafton, Woodstde
and Summer avenues. This plot embraces
all of the remaining lots in the Lowy &•
Berger Mount Prospect avenue tract, and
figured at $100,000 in the deal. The Pro
gressive company plans to spend about
$100,000 In altering the Globe Building, and
will hold it as an investment. The officers
of the company are Mayer Kraaner, presi
dent; Milton Lowy, treasurer, and Philip
Lowy, counsel.
The Lowy & Berger Company has also
sold the property Nos. 224 and 226 Wash
ington street, Newark, now occupied by the
Salvation Army, for W. W. Snyder, of Man
hattan, to the Progressive Improvement
Company. The new owners expect in the
near future to tear down the two small
buildings now occupying the site, 52 feet on
Washington street by 100 feet deep, and to
replace them with a modern office or mer
cantile building. It is understood that the
price paid for the property was about $2,000
a front foot.
GARDEN CITY ESTATES SALES.
Garden City Estates has sold at its prop
erty a villa plot on the east side of Hamp
ton Road, south of Stewart avenue; a plot
at the southwest corner of Nassau Boule
vard and Cambridge avenue; a plot on the
west side of Brixton Road, between New
market Road and Stratford avenue; a il'i 1 '" 1
on the east side of Brompton Road, be
tween Stewart avenue and Stratford ave
nue; a plot on the west side of Kilburn
Road, between Stratford avenue and New
market Road; a plot on the east side of
Brompton Road, between Stratford avenue
and Newmarkqt Road, and a plot on the
west side of Wellington Road, between
Salisbury and Chester avenues.
FOR MONTCLAIR TRACT, $70,000.
One of the largest wooded tracts on the
mountain elope at Montclair, N. J., was
purchased yesterday from Edwin A. Brad
ley for $70,000 by the Glenmont Company.
The tract has a frontage of more than 1,100
feet. It will be improved by the opening
of a road following tne contour of the
mountain. It overlooks this city and tho
Palisades and is in the heart of the best
residential section of Montclair.
F. M. Ctawley & Bros, were the brokers
In the deal.
JAMAICA ESTATES DEALS.
Jamaica Estates announces the following
recent sales at Its tract: A plot 81x124 feet
on Croydon Road, near Edgerton Boule
vard; a plot 81xl4rt feet on Croydon Roar!,
near Edgerton Boulevard; a plot 64x127 feet
on Tudor Road, near Doncaster Boulevard,
and a plot 60x168 feet on Kent Road, near
Radnor Road.
TO FORECLOSE $90,000 LOAN.
An action has l.«?en begun by the Amer
ican Ice Company in the Supreme Court
against the Matlock Realty Company and
others to foreclose a mortgage of $yo.OOO on
property at the northwest corner of 2M
street and Lexington avenue, jOxftT.ti feet.
The mortgage was made on January 24,
19(ii.
RECEIVER OF RENTS NAMED.
Justice r.ischnfr. of the Supreme Court,
has appointed Albert Sanders receiver of
the rents of No. 6T. Willett street, a tene
ment house, in an action brought by Wil
helmina Kratsch against Ida #loffman and
others to foreclose a mortgage of $26,000.
BUYS LONG ISLAND TRACT.
A syndicate has bought the Long Island
Sound waterfront In the town of Rlverhead
known as the Payne estate, adjoining the
estate of Ralph Peters, president of the
I.*>ng Island Railroad Company. This prop
erty has a fine view of Bound and shore.
It will be developed Into a bungalow colony.
NOTICE.
(Saturday's real estate transfers, the list
of batlnfactlon of mortgages, will appear in
1 be Tribune of Monday.)
hong Island Heal Estate.
Brentwood in tin Pines
(Long. Island)
A New I.alieucod
■licit. Ileultlifiil. Ileautlful
Send for Free Tickets an.l particulars.
'Phone 7440 Cort. Special Manager. <••> Liberty
St.. N. V . Room 07.
BBTTLEMEJJT OF ESTATE HAS Jt;.«T RO
LEASED THE MOST DESIRABLK REMAIN
IN«; PROPERTY. 2 MILES FROM ill V LINK
ON RAIL<ROAD. Alf()i;T 100 ACRES: UN
EQUALLED INVESTMENT. J. A. li 320
BROADWAY. N. V.. ROOM hO4.
Brooklyn Property for Sale.
130,000, CORNER PROPERTY, ADJOINING
waterfronl property, Qraves*nd Bay, lr.sxiis
cottage an. I store property Included. OWNBk!
Bajr 44th st and Harwai -•• i :■...■■ Turk"
V DVERTisEMENTS AM) s( >;s- f- T|< i.N.s
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VO. 138 - WEST 21ST STREET.
A three story and v >asem«»nt dwelling: house sold last week \y
8. B. Goodale & Son to Irving I. Kempner.
Richmond Property for Sale.
ARE THINGS
BLOWING
YOUR WAY?
They have come in the way of others.
Why not yours? Here's a "SNAP"
better than "BONDS." New York
City Improved Building Lots, with
water, electric light, sewers, all city im
provements, at
<M OC EASY
4>IO»J Each I PAYMENTS
Don't think we're giving you "wind."
We always state facts, and only wish to
"touch you up" on the "Real Estate"
subject. This is a cold business propo
sition. These lots will be sold with a
Positive Guarantee
to make you a profit of 20 per cent on
your investment.
We want to show jrou these lots. In
order to combine business and pleasure
we have chartered a steamboat. We
will give you a
FREE STEAMBOAT SAIL
SUNDAY, OCT. 31,
around New York Bay and Harbor, and
stop for a few minutes at HIGHLAND
GROVE PARK and show you home
sites we are selling at $135 each on the
easy-payment plan, and guarantee to
return jou your money with 20 cent
added. : N'
Write, reserving tickets.
HELLO 1839 GRAMERCY .
W. C. REEVES & CO!
124 E. 23d St., N. Y. City. *
JAMAICA: HIGH GROUND AND IMPROVED;
4 lots at a bargain, on easy terms.
With great future. Address PAUL. HOLME.
232 Putnam aye.. Brooklyn.
' F^~~ —
Chester Real Estate.
I A GENTLEMAN'S I
COUNTRY
PLACE AT
BEDFORD
FOR SALE
A handsome, modem house. In perfect order,
situated on high ground, with a superb view
of surrounding country; contains 6 master's
bedrooms, 4 baths. 5 servants' bedrooms. 2
baths; cottage of 13 rooms ■ 2 baths; carriage
Ik use, stable and garage; electric light plant.
Ice house; all buildings In perfect condition:
Inexhaustible water supply. Including pond;
tennis courts; macadam road; location health
ful, and b«-st neighborhood ; convenient to
railroad station; id acres of land. Further
particulars of
LOUNSBERY & THARP,
7 East 42d St, New York.
'beacon HALL no ™^T
MXIRIOIS APARTMKNT HOI SK.
Large French windows. Private porch for
each apartment. Screens. Awnings, I't
goda on Roof. All modern improvement*
5 KooniH and Hath. ) Rani CAR in tCC
6 Rooms mid 2 Haths. { 18111 «<»0 TO 000,
T. W. Mi1., 1l
220 Main St.. New Rochelle. X. Y.
AT TARRYTOWN.— STEAM HEATED BRICK
house., beautifully furnished; 9 bedrooms, 4
bathrooms; every modern Improvement; high
ground, river view; 9 acres; stable; one mile
from station: winter. 5125 monthly. H. W.
NICHOLS. 7 Kast 42d St.
Real Estate For Sale.
LOOK!
Price $360,090, Rent $45,000
A bullrter will sell two fin» Apartment nutlii
ln«a In fine Wot Side location; good transit
facilities; terms to suit; an opportunity for both
Investment and speculation; pi Ice quoted for
both, but will sell separately.
F. R. Wood & CO..
Broadway and BOth St.
Brooklyn.
f » rnft ft Iluys 2 Family Krirk Hous,.- 13
\h /alii To " ms - -■ baths: n^Hr Sunset Park;
LI •! {II it asphalted street; aaseaaments paid;
yvkVU forth $fi..TOO. Closed Sundays.
PIERc-E KEEFE, a:id m and sth aye . Brooklyn:
Alpftfl Sln «'« 3 Family Brick Flat; 17
\ I 11 El " Blit rr ' J " "- 3 baths; nplendid lo-
U I ll! IJ cation; Itoofl condition: always
y m www rented ?1.0t«) cash. Closed Sun
days PIERCE KEEFE. Md it. and ton aye..
Brooklyn.
Houses to Let.
FOR P.KNT.-42 West 7M >• Furnished awl
unfurnished Apply 1010-170 Broadway.
Brooklyn.
Brooklyn-Heights.
CLINTON Siv-Four story B nd basement 25
ft House, 18 rooms and bath: furnare heal
hardwood trim: all in perfect condition;
rent 1 1 ROfl ;.er v. ii t
CLINTON ST. — Corner houw artistic front ">H
rooms and three baths, tiled: all hardwood
parquet floors; this is an exceptional chance
to secure one ;.f these magnificent mansions
In thin section; will lease furnished or un
furnished, from six months to five years
$.•(..".110 per yenr
JOItAI.EMON ST.—Four B tory Hn* buem'fnt
brown stone, U rooms, three baths, steam
lient. parquet no.. handsomi ly decorated
lare. sunny rooms; only a few of these
houses left; nnt 12.200
Both these holing have Ideal transit, three
minutes to su*>«ay and all in.,-, or cars club
p^rtlcu^rTa d1!"ld 1 !" ly lr to CUl ** *' """^ ''"'" furU " r
V. F. Pelletreau & Co.,
186 Remaen St., Brooklyn.
- •.. . Icl.. 2000— Main. ,
tleal Estate for Sale— City.
REAL BARQAINS
IF BOUGHT NOW
The n'w suburban homes with fine plot of
land, all city conveniences, with country ad
vantages, at
VAN CORTLANDT TERRACE
The only place accessible by Broadway Subway
where yon can buy a house ready to occupy or
build one to suit your own taste.
TO GET THERE
take Broadway Subway to Van Cortlandt Park,
then tmlley to rtty TJne. all- night service.
Saksmen on premises, or see
David Stewart
203 BROADWAY, MANHATTAN.
City Hotels.
j^y^Jßj The Magnificent fc^j^f;
loffman House
H New York City
SW ON BROADWAY-OPPOSITE
X: BEAUTIFUL
jk MADISON SQUARE PARK
$ As Famous as its Location
| ABSOLUTELY~FIREPROOF
i 2 You will find here all the luxuries
tf of 20th Century civilization. At a
Jij cost within limits set by the sen
■*■ sible American citizen. Service
35 that supplies all 'wants on the In
js stant—yet not the kind that obli
cv. rates. Our patrons are our friends.
'~f Our dining rooms and reception
V rooms, orchestra and art display
Zi ■ire famous.
f£ The home of the famous
i}» "Amen Corner"
$ THE HOTEL PATRONIZED BY
W "PEOPLE WHO KNOW"
}% Rooms ... $1.50 sad |2.M
r'f,H\ Room and Bath • $2.50 upward /ft
l P« lof . Bedroom and Bath. 15.00 upward /ft
YEA Write f»r partimlan m»d /£&,
Y?k'\ • ItatuUowu bookUt '. jKSZJ
NkX. A. A. CADDAGAN /£s/
A part merit Hotels.
Hotel
, GrofOenor
STH AYE. & 10TH ST.
Catering exclusively to patronac*
of th« highest class, affords perma
rent residence for select families.
situated In the .old arlstocratlo
Knickerbocker section, the mainten
ance of which Is the special car*
of the Washington Square Associa
tion.
Rooms of exceptionally large
size, arranged In suites of 2
rooms and bath to H rooms and .
2 baths.
W. H. PURDI. MGR.
Exclusive Attractive
HOTEL
LE MARQUIS
12 to 16 E. 31st St., near sth Aye.
High class, flrerroof. conveniently . located,
combining every modern Improvement with
faultless service and superlative cuisine.
Apartments furnished and unfurnished.
Now leasing for coming season.
. Excellent transient accommodations. '
HOTEL BRAYTON
<X)RNER 27TM ST.. MADISON AYE.
New Fireproof Hotel; convenient to subway
and Kroadway curs.
•Special rates year or season. Southern exposure
larlor. two BedroanM and bath . $r..W per day
Parlor. Bedroom and bath 4. n0 per day
blncle Room an.l bath ' "> to ilay
Cuisine optional; table guests accommodated.
M It. Tl't'KElt, Prop.
HOTEL ABERDEEN"
WEST 321> KTRKKT.
Itrlwrpii .-.111 At*, anil Broadway.
txcluslve surroundings, with complete service
in all details. Attractive Suites ana superior
aoiommrxiatlons for transients. Kpacloua Apart
ments, oat) room and bath to »luht room* and
four baths. Furnished or unfurnished on nut.
1». P. HATHAWAY. Manager.
To Ij€t for Business Purposes.
AT 83 WEST 24TH ST MODERN niTTI.tVINO
elevator, etc.; light loft for light manufactur-
Ing: rent $tIA. Apply to Janitor. - 8. B. GOOD
.aTe * sons, 18 West 27th it. ww-
TO LEASE for 21 years; now under construc
tion; 12 story fireproof loft hulMlru with store
all modern Improvements; 3 elevator*. Plans and
1 artlt-iiiai • at ornce. Alliance Construction Co .
(i%BM» h* ftmiuers. 203 Broadway, Room 701,
Real Estate at luction.
Bryan L. Ken nelly, Auctioneer, """^
\ Will Sell at Auction
Wednesday, November 10, 1909
. at 12 o'clock Noon, at the E.rrhanar* Salesroom. 11-!<1 Vesey St.. X. y rjt
Absolute Executor's Sale
To Close Estate of Joseph W. Meeks, Dec'd
order of Edwin B. Meeks, Esq., sole surviving fxec^
14 & 16 VESEY ST.,
Now Occupied as the Real Estate Salesroom, Near Broadway
the five story. bas-m<».« and sub-basement white, stone, hnek an«l iron RuiMi.- '
business; has elevator lift. Use of plot .'.•» 2 ■•, »:•..• .; t i- r - , *' ** «
28=30 VESEY ST.,
N. E. CORNER CHURCH ST
the live story brown stone and brick BuHdln*. with basement. snb-bMem.nt. stores. ...
and tofts, size, of plot S2.Sz7ox irr**. -rarca, <^
6614% may remain on mortgage for 3 or 5 years at SV
privilege to pay off in 90 days. /0 **
Elbridge G. Duvall, Esq., Attorney, 277 Broadway.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1909,
at 12 o'clock, neon, at th« Exch an** Salesroom. 14-11 Vesey »♦..
Executor's Sale,
Estate of William H. Jackson, Dec'd,
• 825 Madison Aye., 26 ft. South E. 69th St.,
The extra, wide and splendidly built four sto ry h!«;h stoop brown ' ston« dv«rts
extensions; thrte rooms deep, suitable for dw ailing, school or sanatorium- aimS "*%
20 1 SO; caretaker on premises. ~" •» '**,
70% on Mortgage 1 or 3 Years at K%%
Fletcher, Sillcocks & Leahy, Atfys, i<ss Broadway.
Maps. Ac. with Attorneys or at Auctioneer's Offices. is« Broadway.
Real Estate.
/REALTY ASSOCIATES
RU I l_DrTn»S On itTCWLINC HOUSE 1 ;
5/ W HEN you buy a house of m you
0(3 k uy a building which has been
/-M t t c erected by a company operating witH
V>:^l M | REAL MONEY— SS,OOO,OOO of it-
KJ IU. • and it won't take you long to discover
w,ttu rki. mn»b«r i Km «. the difference between our Sterling
Houses and the cheaper structures d
many other companies. A single inspection would gofar to
convince you. The two new groups now ready are located
on Sterling Street, between Nostrand and Rogers Avenues,
and on Maple Street, between Bedford and Rogers Avenues,
Prospect Park East, Brooklyn. They are selling rapidly ca
very easy terms, the former at $6,750 and the latter at $7,950
the house. Reached quickly by Kings County L" to Pros
pect Park Station, and Flatbush Avenue, Nostrand Avenue
and Rogers Avenue surface cars to Sterling or Maple Street
Open for inspection evenings. If interested, apply immedi
ately on premises or at our office. Booklet for postal.
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REAL ESTATE
AND MORTGAGES
' 62 CEDAR ST.
HOW TO BUY
REAL BOOK ON REAL ESTATE.
82.15 by Mall.
•WEST 8II)E Y. M. C. A..
812 West 57th St.
J. Romaine Brown A. P. W. Kinnan
Established In 1556.
J. Romaine Brown & Go.
Brokers, Agents, Appraisers
No. 53 West 33d Street.
Established 1867. Incorporated 10<l2.
RIILANO I WHITING GO.
REAL ESTATE
5 BEEKMAN ST. NEW YORK
Established 1819
James N. Wells' Sons
Real Estate and Insurance
Buildings erected la Chelsea Section to suit
tenant*. Since 183.1 at
101 NINTH AYE. 'Phon* 8268 Chelsea.
HERMAN fIRNS COMPANY
SALE AND MANAGEMENT OF
WesiSide Properties
239 and 231 West 42nd Street.
At Times Square. PHONE 4?t5 BRYANT.
DANIEL H. RENTON & SOiN
Real Estate
IMS AMSTERDAM AYE.. 144 TH ST.
CHAS.F.MEHLTRETTER
BRONX REAL. KSTATE a SPECIALTY.
703 TKKMONT AVB.. NEAR CROTONA AYE.
SO FEET BALE. WITH LOAN AND
TENANT. DOWNTOWN. LOFTS
BOX 40. TRIBUNE OFFICE.
PRIVATE DWELLING. IX LENOX DISTRICT
owner must sell quickly. This Is an opp->r—
tunltv for a homeseeker. CARL JACOBS 170
Broadway. N. Y.
*12.mv' SECOND MORTGAGE WANTHD ON
valuable property. THORNEX Box 'JO. Tribone.
Xezv Jersey Real Estate.
A NEW BARGAIN LIST
Nearby acreage for development. Investment,
speculation. Address SAMUEL. A. SMITH. SO
tTiurch st.
BAROAIN 10 LOTS IN CHESTER AYE
-IJ Irvincton. N. .1 . -joo feet from water;
■ewer, gas ami all Improvements: schools
churches, public park; .1 minutes' walk from
projiertw price $3,200: terms to suit \V C
REEVES * CO.. 124 East 23d st.
GENTLEMAN'S COI'NTRT RESIDENCE OS
Pennsylvania Railroad. 3.1 miles out 'con -
slstiijc of .4 acres ant a number of large an.l
small buildings, situate.) on a navi«al.l» river
fine boating bathing anj fishing all , ear rail"
dence: property well adapted for m hoarding School.
private sanitarium or similar purport V,. r
We t st >1 4-d a sV CUlar "' apply to R MESS.\BK lS
nfit 4Ju St.
AND ITS PINB FOR I»KV K!^ M'MK.NT OR
home. 21 mil*. out; S7 trains dally KanwoVt
one mile statlci; 5 minutes ™l 1" is acrt^si
Bronx Heal Estate for Sale.
VX.-EI.LBXT 2 FAMILY HOVMB
•*-« lane. Hicht rooms, handsomely papered an.i
decorated; tiled bathroom*, nickel v luinhin«
sti-am heat: hot water supply; two block* iii
subway station; prl.«. as.TOO, cash. * 1.000- b«i .
Zvi* ?r^H CmStt m"m "* W ' «)LAX. 4030 34
, Heal Estate at Aurfr^
Real Estate.
Country Property for Sale.'
■TOMB
A Studio
• Bungalow
Set like a jewel on a
hill, surrounded with
magnificent old forest
trees. Nature unembel
lished except that sew
ers, water, gas, electric
light and roads are pro
vided.
From your windows
you can see the Majes
tic Hudson, the Pali
sades and the most
beautiful countryside.
Just a few minutes
k . to the station and 40
minutes to your office.
Want to possess it?
You can have it in River
View Manor, at Hast
ings - on - Hudson — th;
Home place Beautiful.
3 Hastings Hamas (taasy
*l\ 47 'WEST 42D STREET,
m Tel. SSS Bryant.
Kr^^riZ] ltm "'"" T " t -" ' " L "i •• • ~ 7^ ? -'
Farms for Sale
Easy term*; buildings in fair eonjitfc*
Pricei O*,
600 a/rea - _. *i.ofl» J*
•iiiO a. res _ :.T<l» ■"
3<V> acres 3.500 ; »•
245 acres „ S. I ** *•
L"0O acres * 2.00 ft 5
ISO acres - !*• L 2L 2
131 acres — !.»« ,S
76 acre, 3..W9 lg
B« acre* _ I.TOO *•
6O acres „.., - 1 <•» g
2.1 acres -98" 2
IS acres _ f00"f 00 " f
10 acres J»J £
« acres .«» ?
8 acres —._ ITP9 5
2 acres ••• J|
11 acres «* *".
' For full desorlrtlons n*• *?••• -
ARrHtnAi^n C. FOPS. MHTerfn. ?»• L—
•001 «ft acres. Greenwich, ft — *2j
«**7 100 acres. Greenwich. Ct 52
•SM 9 acres. Greenwich. Ct i.n
■HI SS acres. Greenwich, it . .— —
AXIS 43 acres. Greenwich. It ,#
<fcVU « acres. Greenwich. Ct J*
•MS » acres Greenwich. Ct -*""* s**
«0«5 2 acre*. GreenwK-h. < t 20
60T7 1O acres, t'.wnw.oh. Ct — J^»
«OSS 75 acres, Greenwich. »^t — — • 5»
6102 12 acres, Greenwich. Ct i,»
110 acres. Greenwich. <i Sm
\Oi\ acres. Greenwich. Ct S*
lftß acres. Greenwich. Ct Z*
l.H> acres Greenwich. Cl ■ Vt "^
ARCHIBAUO •' Ft^fV. 3» Ka«i «l"nJ St .. *. "r»
Branch Office, opposlts station. Forr Ches^^.
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»72» «O acres. RKißefleld. Cl—• ft
»721 14 •• " " -j>
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97.11 4<» " Westt rt " -#0
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ARCHIBALD C FOS^ S> E»« -.; =%»
V . or Branch Cfflee. 24 North Mala ■• *^
Nor walk. Conn. . . — -— -^
UAKKMU.F. SHARON. MIIXEBJOV . * ,
ma. <■• 'i>.V»«» ami other towns and ■»«!**°y
l>utfhes and «Vlu«nhl» Counties. «•»-»'»•«
lJUhftel.i county. iVni. : farms. «^ Bt lJ l< j t
village homes, rtc. ARCICUtALD '
Kfcst 4- st . New York, anil Mllerton. i.-—-
County. N. T. ■ "^
STAMFORD. KOROTOS. !h L - N ,,,,rJli' r
ton. Norm. -,lk. West^rt. LiXft/iS £i *•
clnltv. ARCHIBALD C ft»& S.^vS"**
V V. and 21 North Mats St.. SoutS *"*
r< nn.
aiiKF.Nwuw. ronr rmsTER. "umry *&
cetu-es. farms. sunUMI ncmes. <^» at .yWJ
»at*r fronts. hiilMlne lots. etc. v » "
«-. FOSS. Mron.l »t . V '"""*• "—" — -^
-I7IOR >\i.r rARJM AND ™?? B £2«y^*!l
*■ ** ■" »• ' J.^eV. o»«attfil
healthy dim.. »n<> v . tar^! yon* >*°
free, V T. WATKISS. - N * ** _^^~
R«.._Rlchniond. Va — Zgmf
OSSIXINO -Fir r.'e. sn ''*£££££*&*<
fin* view: Irt rooms; all tmi?rv»«»w»
LEAHY. Oaalnlnc. N- V. —
Real KsMeJ^i^m

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