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MIDTOWN ZONES ACTIVE WANT. LARGE SALES IX THE DISTRICTS MADE LAST WEEK. Investors Prominent in the Trading— A Market for Modem Dwelling and Apartment Houses. Eig: investors and speculator* wer* prom ... last w*ek in man* district- on Man hattan Island and in The Bronx. A good volume of business -«u= transacted in the rai _tow- loft centre, on the MM Side north of S?th street and south of » street, on Washington Heights and la sev r-sl tipjw East Side districts. The Dyck- r iS !Ti district also furnished several Im i^rtant rr.-.'tv deals- Trading in the Irving rise* section nnd the central Fourth ave nue zone was one of the leading features of the week. The -..:- „<--.*: operations throughout Manhattan isHMi and The Bronx Indicated 1 vigorous demand for large business sites and for high class modern dwelling houses «nd apartment structures. ' There 5* only one large zone where the business did not measure up to the ex pectations of experts, and that was the downtown tinanciaJ area. The dulness in Jhct zone ebould cause little worriment, because the present tendency of speculative movement* Is toward the central business region, where there is such a profitable r.eld for operators and loft builders and the apartment house areas of the greater city. On* of The most important building transformations which Lave taken place in recent years If to be Keen in the central Fourth avenue district- Large numbers of rid buildings in that part of the city have been replaced by substantial loft and store Ftructures, and where a few years ago there- ▼■ere, many hotel landmarks occupy- Ing large sites in the district there are now ■sljP a few tuch structures, and their ex istence ■will soon be ended. The sum cf the investments in this wide awake business zone of the city since th« fall of 1!W is a stupendous amount, and plainly shows what some of the leading builders and speculators can do to revivify - district -when they invade it at the same time and quickly carry out plans for the riadng of It on a high class Income paying basis. The construction work which has been accomplished Is the area lias been so ex tensive that there are many prominent traders and active brokers who hold ►trcngly to the opinion that building opera tions In the thoroughfare for the next few >ears will be far overshadowed by building activities In other parts of the city. Some ff these persons have voiced the sentiment that only a few more changes ■will be made m the district until almost all of the new • tructures have bt-en rented and sold to investors. This is a false view of the *itustion there, if present signs are true in dications of future conditions. It roost not be forgotten that this great • re*, of land right in the heart of old Man hattan Island, traversed by the subway ■nd bordered on one side by the Madison prid Fifth avenue shopping districts and on the oth»»r side, by the central East Side I residential district, was for many years »»nr of the most unattractive realty fields la the greater city. Nearly an the great leaders in those days seemed to be too busy Hsewhere to lnvad« the zone and to begin Oh work of placing M on the Ugh pane h ■ whole and retail business centre ■which ■• was destined to be. There were a few men who foresaw clearly what vast "-"d ; : gr projects would be launched in the 'Ti^trict before many fern had passed, but txhr-y confined their operations to adding to ih<*ir holdings then- plans being to resell »t ■• profit at the most eportuue tirn*\ TO fiX GREATER BUSINESS ZONE. Tb» <«=ntral Fourth avenue district is mm; Jo.Le a. nim-h - ■ wholesale and roiail businef-? zr>n<\ not t«»n years hence, I :t In »lw ««*ar future, and the new con struction wyrk will result in the Improve ment of many s!Us lars^r than a block front tvith :jr>-f>-«'ato mercantile struct ure*- In a shon ihno wreckers -win be hesy rivaling s*-v*;ral large, •■■••- on the ■''•' side of tire avenue north or 23d m<-^i. and «n Hip Mock occupied by Madl-, Square <Jard«>n I<= likely to bo rr^ctcd next year ihe largest loft and store build ii!P r-.*. r I ■.•■•:. site <•■ Manhattan Iflan.j. There is no likelihood of a lowering of values throughout Uie entire central V rourtta .-'\<-nu^ district, for the simple |l rxaiyoij tliat The demands of business houses * i<jr larger and more commodious quarters ?ro iiicreij^iiig ••' such •- rapid rate that a »ii.<=trict tivir. the area of this one < doM If improved with substantial mercantile >tructusv->. and y^t the supply of new buildings would not be wjual to the busi- Dtss ;iee<i:-. If doubt still teas to the demands of business houses for r.ew homes a casual .<-!u«Jy of the extent of the construction work being oarri^o out or planned for cen tral mldtow-n loft sites should dispel it. 1 -rr^x sum? of money ar*> not being risked there to beautify thp district, but to for niMi th* ni eEsary lofts for hundreds of nourishing busings concerns to expand. nn<l al<o to carry on their business under jnore .satisfactory housing conditions. fiECENT SALES IN SECTION. A line speculative parcel in the central Fourth avenje district was purchased last • ■•• by Jacob Id t: ' The ■;*-.'!! affected th.rr property Nos. SB and oJS Fourth ave noe. n*^r 26th street, sad the premises Nee. ME and I(>i East -6th street The two par bcls form an L.-t i -•- ••'. with a front x-zc of 40 feet on the avenue and contain ing an nrea cf about '..**< square feet. . The property is diagonally opposite Madi son Square Garden and near many of the X large mercantile structures recently erect •<--} in this section. Other larger Fourth avenue purchases are likely to be reported r;"xt month. •iusi southeast of this lluitiuK business 7OH** of the greater city is the. Irving Place district, where marked changes in the iky- I :!*- have seen: made in recent year?. As a result of one transaction affecting a site :n that BOM and reported last week, the riumb«r of b!g mercantile structures there is to ••- increased by a. twelve story busi ness liuilding on the premises Nos. 114 and IZG East '■■■'■ street, directly opposite the new Borgfeldt Building. The site was Jx>ught Jast week by the Second Manhat tan Offlce Building Company, through 3'rancis B. Robert, and the proposed im ■ --.■-■ be made by the buyer. Some of the purchasing operations In the mid town loft centre west of Fifth avenue *-:jd north of 14th street resulted in a chanpe of ownership to the four story tene ment house. No. •-••-■-• \\'«-st 17th ttreet. to No. 326 to 130 West 22d lee*. to No. ■to 'jj Wo&t 2l'd street, to ICea. 203 and 205 West 71m street, to No. 250 and 252 West 25th street, :o the 'f-v"i story brick and iionc mercan tile building. No. 110 West 'th street, to No. 4l« to 422 W«sst 33d street, to No. 220 VCeet '*iri street and to No. 214 •Vest 40th Meet. The premises No. 20 to ■ West M street were told by M. & L. Hess for Bsi d Jacobs. This parcel has a frontage of ' 103 feet and adjoins the Kite recently sold by - lasafa Stem to a builder, who will ♦•rect « twelve story loft building. On the plot formerly owned by Mr. Jacobs will be put up «. sixteen Btery loft building. The buyer of the premises No. M West 17th rtrect, which was sold by George W. Mer cer Son. is the Hamilton Holding Cora t^ny It owns two adjoining houses and row controls a p lot of ofc * eet on the south cite of 17th street, about 60 feet eaet of rajrntfc avenue. EALE INVOLVED JSSO/.09. • A j. .•. • f.. deal in thr midtown loft centre week v;^ tbe sale by M & L. Hew Cor the Realty Holdinc Company to an in vestor of the new twelve story store, and loft building No. 121 to 127 West :7th street, on a plot NbkHs feet. The building is fully rented for a total of about $53,000 a year. Adjoining it to the west, at No. 129 to 133 West C7th street, is a similar structure on a frontage of 75 feet, built at th« same time and sold only a few weeks ago to F. Epstein for about $450,000. Construction work on the buildings vr&& not begun until last July, so- that within eight months those two structures, valued at Sl.loo.ooi>. and bavins a total rent roll of about JUO.OOO a year, have been built, fully tenanted and sold- to investors. The tradlnp last week in several dis tricts reflected a big change in the plans of some well known buyers. Bins & Bin? entered the district just south of 57th street and west of Ninth avenue, and their plans there provide for the improvement of the premises No. 347 to 365 West 55th street, five four story and basement stone front dwelling houses, on a plot of about four lots Mi feet east of Ninth avenue, •with an eight story elevator apartment house. The structure will be built from plans by Schwartz & Gross. Tt is many years since such a project has been launched in this district, which, according to some real estate experts, is going to be. made into an attractive apartment house zone. The property sold was owned by John T. Wall. 5. Sprung and Conrad Mul lcr. Heuiy Com T.tered the Dyckman dis trict last sreck. and the American R»al Kstate Company became an owner in the midtotvn loft district. For many years Mr. Corn has been one of the ln.rgest im provers of Fites in the lower Fifth avenue district in the midtown loft zone and in the central Fifth avenue retail shopping area. He also played an important part in thw rebuilding if the contra! Fourth avenue district. This is his first venture In the Dyckman are*, and his entrance into that field is likely to attract many other well known buyera to that part of the city. He purchased from the American Real Estate Company about one-half of the Dyckman holdings of that company. In payment the American Real Estate Com pany took the new twelve story store and loft building No. 54 to 62 West Cist street, adjoining the southeast corner of Sixth avenue. The buildin? has a frontage of 113 feet, a depth of 100 feet on the westerly side and 92 feet on the east. This trade was effected by Charles Griffith Moses & Broth er and J. Clarence Davies, the Pyckman parcels in The deal comprising about thir ty-three lots. The same brokers nego tiated a long lease of the 21st street build ing to one tenant on a net return basis. The properties in the exchange are val ued at about $1,500,000. A market was also found last week for other Dyckman parcels. Ennis & Sinriott bought through Charles Griffith Moses & Brother three lots on the easterly side of Tenth avenue, about seventy-live feet north of 203 th street, and Bernard Smyth & So- sold for William H. Sidway a plot of four lots on the north side of Sherman avenue. 100 feet east of Dyckman street. IMPORTANT MADISON AYE. LEASE. Business got a firmer foothold last week In the Madison avenue district just north of 4*-d street, when Bejaxnin R. Lummis leased for twenty-one years for the owners the premises No. 415 Madison avenue to Beeder Brothers, who have been for years at th* southwest corner of Slst street and Fourth avenue. The. expansion of the wholesale loft buildings in the Fourth ave nue section caused them _ to* seek a home further uptown. The Madison avenue premises are to be improved and occupied entirely by the lessees, This lease was IX THE CENTRAL FOURTH AVENUE AXD THE IRVIXG PLACE DISTRICTS, WHERE BUYERS ARE PROMINENT. \OS. 353 AND 355 FOURTH AVENUE. Pail «.f th» premises bought last vrt-k by Jacob Neadle. considered a sign of the probable charac ter of the changes about to take place in this part of Madison avenue, which is known as the Hotel Ritz district. The week was also noted for an increase in the number of sales of dwelling house rind aatbouae properties in high class residential districts north of BBth street and east of Central Park. William I* Cahn bought No 7 ■<:'•! 3 East '-"' th street, a four story and basement stone, front dwelling house, with a stable In the rear. He gaie. in exchange three live story Binge flathouses in Madison avenue, adjoin ing the southwest corner of »«th street. The David Dows estate' sold No. 36 East 70tli street, a four Story and basement dwelling house, adjoining the southeast cor ner of Madison avenue. The bouse faces the Presbyterian Hospital. It was held at $100,000. The four story dwelling house, No. 1? East 64th street, was sold twice, first to the Alliance Realty Company and then, through Henry D. Winans & May. to Harry G. Douglas. The three live story single nslbniises. No.-. 1642 and L 646 Madi son , ..... between 103 th and llOth streets, which were owned by Marcus Ros eathal, figured in a trade. Mr. Rosenthal took in part payment the Sea Cliff Hotel property at S<-.a Cliff. Long Island. ON* WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. tome large properties on Washington Heights changed hands. 'he transactions NEW-YORK DAILY THIBTXE. SUSDAY FEBIU AKY 20. 1010. TWO WEST SIDE PARCELS SOLD LAST WEEK ARDSLEY HALL. An eleven story apartment house at 52rt street and Central Park West. It 1s now owned by Herman Wronkow. there included the sale of a plot of about four lots at the southwest corner of Broad way and 150 th strtet to the Cascade Realty and Construction Company, which will erect a six story elevator apartment house with store on the site: of the Su Thomas, a six Story elevator apartmpnt house ai the northwest corner of ITSth street and Am sterdam avenue; of a plot of about tight lo'.s on the easterly side of Northern ave nue. 3^.' feet north of lSlst street, and <*x tending through to New avenue; of a six st"-v new law tenement house in West 136 th Btreet, and of the three story and basement frame buildings Nus. E35 and 537 West 179 th street. The St. Thomas apartment house figured in a trade in volving properties valued at (750.000. the Columbian Board of Brokers b«ing the brokers in the deal. An |85,000 Washington Heights deal was the sale by Gibbs & Kirby Cor George M. Yanderbilt of the Chesknol). a five story apartment bouse. Nos. 560 hihl 662 West LCOtb street The One Hundred and Eighty-fourth Street Construction Com pany bought, through S. M. Bier, a plot 160x100 feet, on the south side of 184 th street, 110 feet east of Auduoon avenue. The buyer will erect on that pit" two *'"' foot apartment houses. In the West Side, north of :,9th street, the transactions reported last week included the sale of the three four story and base ment dwelling houses No. 177 to IS3 West 7c i street and a five story apartment house at the northeast corner of Amsterdam ave nue and 73d street. The buyer recently bought an adjoining house. No. 175, and now controls a plot fronting 103 feet in the street and 76.8 feet in Amsterdam avenue. Other important deals in the district were the sale of the four story and basement dwelling house No. 70 West S7th Street, of the six story elevator apartment house No. 6i> West 107 th street, of the live story double flathouse. 'with stores. No. West 116 th street, and of the two five story Bathouses NOS. 4. 7 >o and 452 West l^oth street. ARDSLEV HALL SOLD. Moreover, there was a West Side deal in volving about $9&Q.flee. It was the. purchase by Herman Wronkow of Ardsley Hall, an eleven story structure, on a plot 100xli5 feet, at the south corner of Pid btreet and Central Park West A big West Side trad" involved the, Da kota Hall apartment house, at the south west corner of Claremont avenue and 122 d f-lrfct, and the Hohenzollcm apartment liouf:e. at 81st street and West End avenue. V. R. Woort & Co. sold the Dakota Hall for Abraham Baudolne to Lorenz Weilier. Mr. Weiher gave In part pa>meut the Wr-.'t Knd avenue apartment house. The". principal central Fifth avenue trans action was the sale by Lewis 13. Preston for Mrs. Bernard P. Steinman of the prop erty No. 231 Fifth avenue, a five story building, on a lot 22.4x200 feet, to Louis M. and Thomas W. Jones, who own the Croislc apartment house, adjoining, at the north west corner of Fifth avenue and 26th street. On the combined site, which measures 56.6 x 127>; Beet, an eighteen story office building, with stores, will be erected. Work on the new structure will be begun about May 1 If present plans are perfected ■ JAMAICA ESTATES SALES. Jamaica Estates announce the following recent sales: a plot, 01x153 feet, on Tudor Road, near Surrey Road; a plot. 93x140 feet, at Edgerton Boulevard and Croydon Road; a plot, £6x153 feet, on Croydon Road, near Kdgertun Boulevard; a plot, 80x120 fret, at Edgerton Boulevard and Croydon Road; a Plot, 70x120 feet, on Edgerton Boulevard, near Croydon Road; a plot, 70x 120 feet, on Hdgerton Boulevard, near Croydon Road; a plot. 50x164 i •■(■(. on .11,!.' Road, between Kent and Chevy Chase roads; a plot, 61x155, on Kent Koad, .■ -.1. Tudor and Aberdeen toad", and a, plot, 80x1*7 feet, on Radnor Road, near Henley Road. NO 39 WEST 86TH STREET. A fi; 6 story American basement dwelling house. It was held at P75,000. PLAN LARGER WAREHOUSE. Improvement of Eleventh Avenue Structure Will Cost $50,000. Flans have been filed for enlarging the eight story warehouse occupying the block facing on Eleventh avenue from 36th to .T7th street by adding an eight story annex at 37th street, the Improvement to be made at a cost or $60,000 for David L. "Williams, as owner, from designs by Rad cliffe. & Kel!e>. architect?. Plans have also been filed for a one story building and dwelling house combined, hav ing a frontage of .'£ feet and a depth of 110 feet, to be erected from designs by Gronenberg ft Leuchtag, architects, at the northwest corner of Tenth avenue and Emerson street, for the Realty Operating Company at a cost of $io.(v»i. Plans have also been Mled for remodelling the seventh floor of the southern section of the new Cooper-Hewitt loft buildings on Fourth avenue from 27th to 2Sth street, re fitting the loft for office occupancy from designs by Albert Morton Gray, architect, for Mrs. Emily C. Bryce. Plans have also been riled by Joseph Moreng, architect, for the Society of the Lying-in Hospital, for two Inclosed ver andas to be erected on the avenue front of the two top stories Of the hospital, on Second avenue, overlooking Stuyvesant Square Park. They will be built with fire proof tile, flooring and steel partitions, doors and stairways, and are to cost $3,000. POPULAR HOME SECTION. OakdaJe. Long Island, Noted for Its Outdoor Pleasures in Summer. Many well-to-do persons now occupy their country homes both winter and sum mer. Those who plan to follow that ex ample will find that there is not a more inviting location for healthful homes than Oakdale, noted for its pleasures of boat ing, bathing and fishing in tbe summer, and its higher temperature in the winter than at many southerly places along the Atlantic. The Westbrook Golf Links and South Side Sportsmen's Club are located at Oak dale, where it was practically impossible to purchase property until the Peperidge Hall estate was set aside by Mr. Aston for subdivision and development. Choice villa plots on West Shore Road and Lincoln Drive, close to Great South Bay. within five minutes' walk of the Oak dale station, will be sold at auction In the Vesey street salesroom, under the direc tion of Bryan L. Kennelly, on Momray. February 28, at 12 o'clock noon. Valuable. OLD DWELLING HOUSES, NOS. 114 AXD 116 EAST 16TH STREET, riold !ast %ve»»k by Francis LJ- Robert to the Second Manhattan Office Buildup Com pany. A twelve story loft structure will be built on the pite. shore rights will bf> included In the sale, and 60 per cent will be allowed on mort gage for three y^ars at 4 p^r <-ont a year. with titles guaranteed. SALE OF UPTOWN HOUSE. Buyers Being Quickly Found for West 144 th Street Row. The Young Realty and Construction Company is finding a quick market for its houses on Washington Heights through H. D. Baker & Bro. It sold yesterday through that brokerage firm the six story elevator apartment house No. 5.".0 West 144 th street, on a plot 87. fix 100 feet. This Is one of a row of six Mx story houses erected recently by the selling company on the- south Bide of 144 th street. 100 fe. t east of Broadway. If. D. Baker & Uro. have sold four house* of this row. BRIGHT OUTLOOK IN RICHMOND. The New York and Richmond Land Im provement Company, of No. 200 Broadway, this city, developers of Ifapleton. in the Ist Ward of Richmond Borough, have as sociated with them In th*> management of this property 10. A. Johnson, who was for many years connected with Wood. Harmon &- Co. ' Mr Johnson predicts an early spring building movement in Richmond, and looks for an increase in realty values in the.en tire borough. •■ . •• i $1 .000 ,000 LEA S IS. Rental Affect a Big Greemvich \ Village Site. Yin viiet & Place leafed for the Mc- Cracken estate for a term of sixty-three years the property No. 687 to 693 Hudson street and No. 351 to 357 West 14th street, at , the northeast corner of these thorough- | fares, and also the abutting property, Nos. 362 and 364 West 15th street. It consists of eleven three story houses. The lessees are Conron Brothers, commis sion merchants. The aggregate rental is said to be about 8.090.660. It is understood that at the expiration of the present leases Conron Brothers will erect a large building on the site. The McCracken family has owned the property for more than sixty years. It has frontages of 112 feet in Hud son street. 108 feet in mh street and 50 fee* in l-'th street. .1 Arthur Fischer has leased the four j story English basement dwelling hous<j No. West 40th street to Charles Jackson for a term of years. Also, for E. J. Flood, a similar dwelling house at No. 216 West 40th j btre-t to Walter McClennan. Fitzgerald & Broderick have leased the dwelling house, on a plot 95x96 feet, on the southwest corner of Clay avenue and 175 th street, for Alfred I^win to Max Raymond for a term cf three years. R. T. Newman & CO. have leased the suite No. 1 In the Bay View apartments, at Eighth avenue and f^th street, Brooklyn, to & H. Hawkins f"r two years. Also lea.-r,| No. 240 Seventh avenue, a store, with 800 j square fe*t. to J. Herskowita at ISM a ye-ar j for three years. NEW CHANNEL FOR YACHTS. Extends About a Mile Along Powell's Cove at Malba, Long Island. Work is being completed on the final con tracts for tiie dredging of the new channel extending about one mile along the Powells Cove front of the Malba tract at the north ern end of Whitestone. The dredges have excavated the land under water to a depth of thirty feet and the present work will complete the landing facilities at the shore end of the Malba dock. Accessibility to the western end of the north shore was effected by the construc tion of this dock 600 feet into the main Channel of the East River, anu arrange ments for water transportation have been made with the Montauk Steamboat Line and the new ferry company which will operate boats from Clason Point. The new channel will open a route for yachts and private sailing vessel?. TO ERECT A $350,000 LOFT. Structure Will Be Built from Plans by F. C. Zobel. Frederick C. Zotfl, architect, of Twenty- Hshth Street Arcade, is preparing plant for the erection of a twelve Story fireproof mer cantile- huiidinp. covering a plot 7d\loO f-^et. at No. 118 to liM Weit SBd street. The estl mated oost of this t>uli«iing is Hb*»M*. The owner is Max Solomon, of Brooklyn. This Is the third building operation by Mr. Solomon In this block within a short period. Mr. Solomon recently .*<old Nos. 147 and 119 West 'Stil street, a t>>n story tir»» proof mercantile building. LEASE SOUTHAMPTON HOUSES. Alfred E. Schermerhorn has made th« following ut.ii- at Southampton. i^ons Island (or the coming rammer; For T. Markofl Robertson) Ms hoops on Main rtr+ei to Hugh J. Grant; tor K. S. Chisel m ami Mrs. K. P. Walker, their Bonnie Brae to John F. Harris, for Samuel L. I'ani.-h. his cottaiee on First Neck Ulna to Major John M.«;.nv Woodbury; For Senator Kiihu Root, his house on Pond Lane to Mr?. K. I'r.-.i; for J. Bower* Lee, his cottage on Shlnnecoek Road to John F. Areh>>old. ami for K. V. Hun Ming, ins Ne.storla to Albert GaJl&tln. , R EAL ESTftTt" AT 1 AUCTIOW. AT PUBLIC AUCTION The Corner of 79th Street and Southwest Corner. x 10? 2-12 ALSO „., . , .. 388 Bleecker Street iru-106 Fifth Avenue *^ 04-100 Miin s,r«t 5225^ West 52nd street 18 East 33TQ ZSireCL FACTORY BCILDISG. 71 West 3d Street Second Avenue Plot 76 Bank Street east side, snu&mp .r. 589 Lexington Avenue 1010 Brook Avenu., Bronx 77 Manhattan Street 175-177 Greene Street ,24 3rd Street, L. I. City Seeiev Street. Brooklyn Special Sales Day, Thurs., March 3 12 o'clock, Exchange Salesrooms. 14 Vesey Street Send for Illustrated Booklets 744 Cortlandt <^^m/^^ * NaS " li * AUCTIONEER. ' Oakdale The 17th AUCTION SALE of FINE LARGE VILLA PLOTS at OAKDALE. Close to Great South Bay, Win, BE IHXD AT 14 VFSFV STREET. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 12 O'CLOCK «* Mowed on Mortgas- I Tears a* «X Ttri- taaaaa - Tr, The Plots Are on High Elevation. Beautifully Shaded and R-strlct^. Permanent Shore Rights Pas« with the Dyd. New York to Oakdale. 5S Minutes. Station to Wat«% 10 Minut«. BRYAN U "KENXELXY, At;CTI<»~EER, 156 BROADWAY- Bryan L. Kennelly, Auc'r, WILL SELL AT AUCTION' Wednesday, Mar. 2, 1910, at 1" o'clock noon, at the Exchange Falesroom. 14-1'? Vfsey st-. Executors' & Trustees Sale Estate of Henry Heuer, Deed. 45 and 47 Vesey St. The five and six story brick Business Building, size 50xSl.t>. 76 and 78 Duane St. The two five story stone Business Buildings, size 4n2x7!>.2x.->0x79.1 144 Chambers St. The five story stone Business Building. size 25x75. . 203 Washington St. Th* four story and attic brick Business Building:, with store, size 24x45.2x irrc S 285 Bth Avenue, Th« four story brick Business Building, with store, size l&xlOO. Northwest Corner St Nicholas Ay. & 145 th St. The five story brick Apartment, wits sewn stores, size 34.11x100. 2,292 and 2,294 Bth Ay., Th» two four story brick Apartments, ■■ stores, size oOxIOO 2,382 Eighth Ay., The ■ BJdi "story brick Apartment, with, stores. 254 & 256 Si West 124 th St. T-9 two four story f brick bro-wn stone sin? * Flats, size 3o.5xl«0.11. South Side West 227 th. St. . running through to North Side Kappock St, near Spwyten Duyvil Parkway." Size 9« ft. on t'27th st. x40.) x 106 on Kappock . St.. with the story frame DwelUns and barn thereon. -■ _ Northwest Corner Washington Ay. & 185 th St Vacant plot below grade, *ize MB ft. on avenue and 91 ft on street. 70% May Remain on Mortgage. -Titles have hejen guaranteed by Title . Guarantee and Trust Company. Huth & Baker, Attorneys for Ex ecutors and Trustees,32 Nassau St Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910 Executor's Sale Estate of Thomas J. Dunn, Dec'd, 440-2-4 E. 68th St. 150 feet west of Avenue A, the choice Plot, 7."> feet on ►>>"!» St. x 53 feet in ilep:;.. with the two story brick office and stable thereon. Abraham Wielar, Attorney for estate 15« Broadway. SAME DAY Executor's Sale Est. of Clara A. Bartholomew, Dec'd, 443 East 57th St., Near First Avenue. th* three story and basement brown stone Dwelling: size of lot Soxioe. Bailey & Sullivan, Attorneys for estate. 13."> Broadway. SAMi: DAY ESTATE SUSAN M. SWENSON'. D'c'd 20 East 69th St. Southwest Corner Madison Ay., the four story basement and collar briclc and stone iMvpMtnp. with bay win. low front. it? rooms and thro** baths: sire of plot. :f*x<s::x irr»»c v\)s,S' " sit ■": . < :i i ■ tea* 60"o on Mortgage 3 Years at 414 1 a 0 ,; Maps. &c, with attorneys or at auctioneer's oOc*. i"-« Hroadivay. HERBERT A. SHERMAN, Auctioneer, Wilt -••'■! at auction TiUU<DAY. Feb. 21. 1910. at 12 o'clock noon, at the Exchange Salesroom. . " . 14-10 Vespy ?t.. N. Y. SLTRKMK COURT PARTITION gALE under the direction O« JOHN J. HYNKS. 1.-n . Referee. 454 HKOOIi AVENUE adJolßiai com - Hr.th St.. -i-^i"-. 6-«tory nat with stores. 4GO BROOK AVEKUE between MM* and 14«Uh Bta. 23*100. 5-story "'m.nnt..n"m\kks. k^,. pi a«>v. m Part R °HARIIY ',; HKCHT. IN-,. " I A'"> • "• W Ma^s frp,,,\IEKnKKT A BMIttMAK, A-.e tloneer. !> l'ln« St. and :> "' z 3th \\<-.. cor. 44th St. APARTMENT HOTELS. HOTEL ABERDEEN West 32d Street Between sth Are. and Broadway. Exclusive »ujTOundlnsß. with campJ«» sen jc« In *H Stalls. Attractive hulte. mnj •uperlor accommodations for transients, spacious Apart ments. or.« room 'and bath to cl f h ! rc ° m 3m 3 a »5» four baths, furnished or un.'urnlshed on |au* O. P. HATHAWAY. Man»««r. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. Madison Aye. Two Spacious fiomes de Luxe 1016-1018 Madison Aye. (All Improvements, elevator?, etc.) CHOICF PLOT 7Qth St. and Madison Aye. HERBERT A. SHERMAN ArCTIOXETEK. will s»ll at auction WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23, 1010 at 12 o'clock noon, at the Eschar.*- Salesroom. 14-t« Vpv • M N". T.. 22 West 37th St. near Ml Avenue. »■•*• 4-story Math 3to~:» brownstone house. 34 West 38th St. near Ota Avenue. 3** Ml ,4-storr ttnk-e*>*o brownstona house. THIS PROPERTY IS IV THE RAPrDI/V* PEVEtOPrSG SEW ntacnaa SECTION. VKRY LIBERAL. TERMS. Maps from HERBERT A SHERMAN. Auc tioneer. 9 Fine St and 532 ■•■ Aye.. cor. 44th St. :-- ■ . — HERBERT A. SHERMAN VIXTIONKKR. THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1910 SUPREME GQURT FORECLOSURE SALE under the direction of GEO. F. LAXOBEIX. 20=22=24=26 W. 36th St. south side. 300 ft. west of »m .--<- OS £> four and thr«?<*-story buitdinss. 'VKRY MBtKAI. TERMS. f Maps from MESSRS. IIOrSE. GROSSMAN • VOKHAU3, Pi. Attys . US Broadway or HERBERT A. SHERMAN. Au.-ticr- P».--» si and 5-!- .'t: A've.. corner 44th srt. MORTGAGE LOa.NS- Unthinking Borrowers on mortgage frequently entrust th^'r business to impractical persons vVp lack the necessary experience an«l knowledge. Impaired selling va!u-"« and even foreclosure sales often result from unbusinesslike negotiation p/ favored relatives." friends or imprac tical brokers. a, w. Mclaughlin & co. Broken. un«l Dealer* in MortcaK**. 12* Broadway, for. Cedar. STRONGEST \>n BEST EQUIPPED- AJ.lvins&Co. Real Estate Leasing Business Prooerti«s. Mortgage Loans 307 sth Aye. Phone 77 Madison' REAL ESTATE. . How Every Family Can Own a Home and' wisdom of ounJng °' rß o^n S ho« and wisdom of owning your .<>*£,, eseek . Contains cxtrao ' ortfra iv u _i e » fr.r rip r .".i!iV lo n Mailed free. _..r C JOSEPH J. HYNES Ihio It. Hamilton F»rfc.wsr. koo k i. v> _ HlnH GriiUt lUtslltiT PROPERTY IN n.vriwv JMPBOVI>r, SECTION : I.EASEO JO ONE TEN A. OS NET n.\s-l?. FAnTICVL-\K> t' Rul and &Vit hiting Co.. 5 Bkman st^ Geo. R. Read & Co. REAL ESTATE Wm.H. Whiting & Co. REAL ESTATE »i PARK now. XEW YORJL - , T ■-■!«• phono 5900 Contandt. ||M _ THE DILTOIi SYSTEM Bupenision. I-owest rates, beat- t e»a«* Square. 474S Murrmy HUI."