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INVESTMENT DEAL IN FOURTH AYE. ZONE
Buyer Found for the Eleven Story Store and Loft Building in
20th Street Built by Martin Holding Company.
PATERMO BROS. GET FINE S
A mnr» number of residential and bus!
mok <UEtrtcts fibred prominently yesterday
in ■;,.' trading in the real estate market.
Tb« :anrcr volume of operations was in the
fcCFlaess areas.
X 200 «0 deal was th« sale, by Tucker.
6 r eyrrs'& Co. for the Martin Holding Com
pany of the. eleven rtcry «ore and loft
building «C steel construction No. 29 East
m* street, on a plot £L3xS2 feet- The en
tire property has been leased for one year.
According to a report yesterday, the Hol
land Holding Company. Judson S. To<W.
paaatfini baa resold No?. 19 and 21 West
lAth etrect. two four story dwelling: houses,
en m. plot <Sx?S.9 feet.
Th« property was bought about ten day*
a«o from L»ucy W- Denny and the Peter
Kay lor estate- for about 5195.000.
The ettm will be improved. It waf s=ai<l.
with a twelve story loft structure, several
bclldln^ of which kind have recently been
built on this Mack. The report was not
confirmed.
Pa.trmo Brothers added to their holdings
by buying from Klein &- Jackson the plot.
7Sx3<X) feet, at the southwest corner of 113 th
street and Broadway. They will erect a
twelve story fireproof building on the site
This Is the. property that was recently
rurchasod by Klein & Jackson from the
Clarke estate. The brokers in the transac
tion were Slawson *: Hoobs and Karle &
GaJnoun.
The dwelling house xx.v* southeast cor
ner of 66th street and Fifth avenue, owned
by •Woodbtiry G. Langdon, has been leased
for a. term of twenty-one years to Arthur
Tooth & Sons, art dealers. A building will
bt erected on the site for this firm.
Will Help Art Centre.
TV:* accession to the new art centre
routh of S3th street ••1 greatly strengthen
the prowth of the section along lines now
evlfi«jt, and it is likely that other firms of
that character will soon locate there.
The lessee^ of the l^angdon house are
no-*' at the northwest corner of Fifth
•venue and 4Tt!i street, a mem struct
ure which they erected and subsequently
.-old in April of last year to the "Windsor
TruFt Company.
The quarters or the Windsor Trust Com
pany are In the northerly half of the "Wind
er Arcade, which is to be demolished in
th« near future to make way for the new
at ore of "W. & J. Sloane. and the company
will probably occupy the space now used
by Arthur Tooth & Son?.
The principal transaction in the down
town district was the sale by the C. N.
Shurman Investing Company to the rYoma
Realty Company. George Brown, president.
r>T Nos. 7*, and 752 Greenwich street and Nos.
M and 110 Bank «rcet, four old buildings
on * plot containing bout a.OOO square feet
*r.«5 forming an I around the southwest
corner. The front in Greenwich street is
::~i,£ fcrt and in Bank street 31.3 feet. A six
alary .-tore and loft building will te erected,
•with entrances on both streets. Two ele
: •„-!. vill ho ins-tailed. The selling com
jarty assembled the plot last June.
Flans have been fil«vl with Building? Fu
■ !. n.iriit Miii<r for a six story brirk
apartment lioute to be erected at the north
v»>.vi corner of ESiKeooaabc avenue and hStb
Mreet. It will hay« a frontage of >*>.<• feet
;«O th« avenue and 140.3 feet in the street
*nd will have an elevator and accommoda
110ns for Sixty-one families. The Sun Con
struction Company, of which Benjamin
Nieberg is ii"» president, la the him.
<;]-ortcnlwnr m. Ix-uclitag are the architects.
The estimated c-ost is JliV").
Plans have also beea Me*] for making
orer Ihc f"t«r stary tenement house and
btorc N<«. r-'C4 So<-<iii'i rvenae into a moving
j.Kturo >-hf»w . loft ami dwelling house at a
.<.~t <.f Tljo building will l»e ex
ioti<ir-<l .">r. ;«.t. ati-1 it? oniire «lcpth will
ihon t«^ IW feet!
Plan* have also l«^n li^l for inßking
<>\*-:- ilio lour stmy bru-k warehouse at
Noj=. 2fi md S* Kront street into ;« five story
ofTu-o. .mo loft building by adding one story
At « <-"st «if sr.""' for Krncst nasSi who
uvt^ :i:s Us m Hreliitert.
ESTATE SELLS LONGUE VUE
B. A. Gushes, Lessee of the Clare jiont.
.Now Owns This Hastings Property.
K«MMtfe Ives A Co. and Gibbs & Klrby
rinve, sold for the estate of Mary E. Brinck
iniwS tbe. pror^rty l;n"wn as L,ongi:e Vue.
Haataasw-«a>4f«daaß^ to 71. A. GuFhee,
3««ssc»* <.f the Oaremoat, in Riverside Drive.
It 18 Mr. Gusliee's intention to apen at once
another rrt-ort fiTiiiiar to tl:e Claremoiit.
The, property is located at Hastings-on-
Hudsoa, between Old and New Broadway,
Jut-t Tier;]] of tie Tinkers city line, on one
of th«» mort commanding sites on the Hud
son Hiver. and consists of twenty-five acres,
« larse Tnarble mansion and numerous out-
T>-jildinps. This is only the second late of
tM*^ -■•jM-r:y in nei'CUty ears. Th" prop
erty r.as litld at Jiy',</K> by the BrinckerboS
crtate.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE TO MEET.
A rnf'i jig «i' the 1»oHr»i of managers and
«ierrutive <-*iTnTn!tte«>! *>f th»» National Asso
*-l*.tion of Vjt*\ Kstaie K\c hunts* * •!■ '•♦*
•raM at tli« i ; '>llf-tKi«n Hotel, Cleveland.
to-morrow, to <-oTisk:<r Ike application •(
#*i-*?i»J cities for admission to the a?socia
tion and to sn&ke i»lans for the next Bar
tio:»a1 convention.
A dinner •will be given in th«» « iT.it::: to
I.* oSldals <~f the national body by tlie
Oe* eland Baal Estate IJoaryJ. Amonp t!ie
•qMaken ■will h*> Alexander B. Taylor, of
« "leveiand. president of the national af-so
«l8tion; Joseph P. ]<:>•.. vfce-preddeat, and
■ " A. I>ing]:a.m. president ot tiif- Cleveland
Iltal Estate Hoard.
TO OPEN MORE STREETS.
'1 !i<- • ity i:as <]<»cirJ''d to ot>.-n a»J extend
a rumbcr of Ftrt^ts ami avcnu«.*s jii t)ie
I^ast New York Kt-etion a." soon as the
n^-^ssarj- tiUe to dM lan<l *hall have beta
acquired. Tlie fctr«-t-i> aie lialph avenue,
rrorn Bi • •■; ii Parkway to Ea^t S*th Btreet;
Tnion ■ •!, fiom Kast New York avenue
to Eajft SStli 3trcct; Tapscott s:r«-.-r, from
BMI New York MMM to East HA street;
•.Howard avenue, from East New York ave
nue to East SSth street, and Oraftou street.
from flutter avenue to Ea*t 35th m.-. A
li«aring in regurd to the acquiring of title
»i!l Le held at No. I€ 6 Montague i=ir*-«-t, the
«flit*- of the commissioner:* of »" rln. ut.
2 o'clock on the afternoon of November 7.
BUYS JERSEY CITY PLANT.
I/avid B. Richardson, of Brooklyn, has
taught from the .\. w Kiipland ilortga^e
Security Company the {jlant formerly 1,-
lonctru: to the A:iarji.< Hrass Company, at
feracsr City. The projjerty is located on the
north side of PUllip f-ti^.t, Just v.« i of
<'»mtnunittaw avenue, and ha!« a frontage
<■-. 372 Eeet on I'hillip street and a «J.-j>th of
I.- feet.
REALTY NOTES.
Thomas I' J-'ilzsirnons wan the broker in
tli*- noest sale of No. •.'- AIIIKI in avc-
Jiw. a five rtory double flathouse. on a plot
Six JOT feet, by Frederick 1^:. Bmine to Ellen
IN THE WESTCHESTER SECTION.
Trancls Dovale hag sold to a Mr. TlHt
nj«a the southwest corner or Woodland
TE FOR APARTMENT HOUSE
avenue and Main street. New Rochelle,
80x102 feet- On the site Is a three story
modern house.
LIBERTY STREET STORE LEASED
New Rental List Shows Good Demand
for Downtown Business Space.
Pease & Klliman have leased the store
and basement al the northeast corner of
Liberty and Greenwich streets to Theodore
L, Harding, the store and basement at No.
324 Chambers street, in conjunction with
Cammanr, Voorhees & Floyd, to Max
Auster. the loft at No. M Warren street
for James Fetgs & Co. to Oakman Broth
ers, and offices at No. 123 Liberty street to
the Star Blue Print Company.
Saul TV. Levy has l«?aM?d the store and
basement No. 424 Hudson street for one
year and six months from November 1.
Hat, to Stapelton & Doheny. butchers. The
firm has been ia the street for thirty year?.
Georpe F. Slosson has leased tlirouph
the Cross & Brown CoMpany the entire
third floor of the Bdaer Building, at the
northv.est corner of Broadway and Slst
street, for use as ■ billiard parlor. The
lease Is for a lone term of year?. Mr.
Slosson was for many years located at
Broadway and SM street.
S. H. Raphael & Co. have leased the
store at No. 19 West i::.th street to Mark
I. Wolf, also the store at No. 71 West I2stta
street to I«e Roy Col?on and for John
O'Brien the store at No. 333 West I^sth
street.
ESTATE OFFERINGS TO-DAY.
Joseph P. Day will offer to-day at the
Real Estate Exchange salesroom. Koa. 14
and 16 Yesey street, a number of line estate
properties. Amons; his offerings will be the
Samuel Doha estate property. No. 207 Grand
street, a five story and cellar brick tene
ment house, with one store, on a plot — ;.lx
£".• feet; for the estate of John Menke. No.
211 East 100 th street, a six story and base
ment brick tenement house, with two stores,
on a plot 40x100.11 feet: No. 431 West 147 th
street, a three story and basement lime
stone and brick private dwelling house, on
a plot 37x99.11 feet: a lar^e "I/* shaped cor
ner plot, with a frontage of 7.". feet on West
Hat street and BUS feet on Audubon ave
nue; No. 2*57 West 72d street, a four Ftory
and basement brownstone and brick private
dwelling liouFe, on ■ plot 25xMt feet;
No. 433 West 2Sth street, a five .story
and basement brick tenement house, on a
plot XxCS.9 feet: Nos. 103 and 137 West 10th
street, a six story and basement white
brick and crMte trim new law tenement
house, on a plot (4x9C feet, and No. 244 East
Jth street, a three tors and basement brick
and brownstone private dwelling house, on
a plot MsM feet.
SALES IN BROOKLYN SECTIONS.
IVank A. Beaver has sold for C. M. Healy
to a builder -i plot, 40x1(0 fe?t. on the north
side of Hal street. 100 feet west of Eleventh
awrue, Brooklyn. Also sold for Q. W.
Averell to an investor a plot, 54x100 feet,
on th« east sid*« of Stewart avenue, 90 feet
north of Bay Ridge avenu*-, Brooklyn.
TRADING ON STATEN ISLAND.
W. F. Banks has sold for John M. Saw
yer his house in Houseman avenue. Castle,
ton, ijtaten Jslnd. to W. Ilarres; also, the
Simonson house. in Fingerboard Road, Fort
Wadsworth.
THE PRIVATE SALES MARKET.
MANHATTAN
I-EXIN'GTON AVEXT'EJ— Fre<>rirk T. Barry
Company has s>oJd for th» I'ark Realty Company
No. 7»«7 I^xinpton avenue, a four utory <l«ell
in*r h'»use. on a lot 30ga) fee', ti> Joseph <;.
I^-lkon^. who «riH alter the pa r mil ■ [or busi
ness use.
GKBESCWIGn BTREET.- S. Ginsberg has sold
f^r th« .'. x. Bbamaa Investing Company Nox.
7<i.< a: I 7C^ «ireen-wirh atreet. With an "L." to
Nos. 30S arsrl Hi. Bar-k atreot. four old build
injrs, on plot c^>ntalnln;r fi.UUO square feet and
frontlrjt X'i.U in ;r»fr«-lrh street and SI f»et
In Bank street. The buyer, rli" PVocna Realty
■' ;:.]'Bi,--. Own aw Brown praaMetrt. will er«"Ot un
tho slt«- a fix sion- store and loft building, trUck
will bava an CHttance In each atreet.
10TH STREET— Tucker. Sprv^rs A- Co. hare
v M for the Martin Holding Company the «>levon
■tory ■teal constructed store and loft bulldinc
at Ha. M East Mil atr««t, on a plot ."._ -"x 1
f-*t. The prcptrty. •.■!:.'. has bees held at
.>.oofi, has lrf«n leaded for a y.ar.
moth STREET— It mas reported yesterday
hat the Holland Holding Company, Judaoti S.
T<:«3<J president, resold th<- two old iv^iMrfr
buSldinrv Bt Nob. Ift and 21 W. ::Oth -tr.n.
on a M OBCMX T»"t. ThP property was bought
;.>, •;• ten .'ii- . « at from L.ury W. l'--,ny and
the Tetor May estate f<xr about .>ifC..'-»>.
UROAIWAY— KMi & Jackson liav- resold*
t!i» plot. 75x100 foft. at the nouthweet ..rri.-i of
Biv»»dway ur.r\ lir.th <^.reet. to Pat^rr-o Rrothera,
■nho will erect a twelve story apartment house.
This Is part of ihe pi-oju-rty recently pur
elMaei by tCletl] .v Ja knon from th- Clark
entate. Th" broken In th« transaction v. •-!.
Elatraoa .-. JloM.s ar.d Ewrle A-. <"i:!'.oi;n.
L-I4 m !l BTRKOT David Stewart has aotd for
Smr.ner l>-.ui a plot 3OxiHI.II f<»<~? on fh»> south
riJe «if 214 th Ptr«'-t, V sf . «>t <-a«it of Ninth ave
>iu"«. to Jule? Dunk.
7"TH BTBEBT Harry K. DoQoell bris E oM to
Floror.ce Hill Hunter No. SIS \y.st 7t>th street,
■''■•'"■ Etory and baceoent brlcle dweliins house.
on a. lot 1Mi.1d0.5 f'-ot.
AUCTION SALES TO-DAY.
r.j- .lotj-T 1 '! P. nay.
BWPOIX. ST. 112 v a. ISO •• •; of Rivinstnn
fit. 23x100. 5 Fty ter.nit; rxr?' sa.v.
11TH ST. €2;. « a. M ft - of Aye B. 2.-TO4 8
•; fty *<-Tirr,t; «-xr< Kai».
COLfMIiIA ST. 7». m t, MO ft n of Rfvlnirton
ft. 35x100. .; fty .• .• : oxis" et!e; estate or
Israel i. Prac«r deceased.
CRAXD st. SOT. ■ -. 24 n * of Mod ,t. 23.1t
v " 5 My t«-Timt; firs' kajt; estate of Samuel
deoeaaed.
IOOTZI BT, 311. n ■ 111 ft « of M *-.•#, 4o x
K«t.ll. .'. «v t«-nmt; exrs' sal*-; »i<tate of John
Xlenke, <!<■< ens+d.
sth ST, 244. v >•, SO ft - of 2d ay«, ;0i?0, 3
s?y Owk: vo| «■»!«-.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
_^__. j? • I^ar^e and Small
I o Let Offices
Single or en $uite in the
TRIBUNE BUILDING
*54 Kamaam Strrrt <>[>posite City Hall Park
'I Tic Centre of
1 ransit tor the
Metropolitan
District
"L" Stations
]-.ntrancc to
Br(K>kl\n Hndge
Subwa\
Ali within a Step
APPLY FOR TERMS TO THE RENTING
AGENT. ROOM 610
msW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. HHQ.
MTH ST. 4?,:;. n ■, 42S ft • of »th aye. 25x
68.9; 5 i>ty tenmt; vol sale.
7"D ST "67. n *. BO ft c of West End aye,
25x100. 4 'gty dwg; vol Bale. ■
M BON AYE. I•. 100 ft *of I81»t St. 19
xlOO; vacant. •
ISIST FT. , », » ft c of Audubon aye. ,r>x
100; vacant; vol Bale. >
10TH ST. US and 137. n I. 110.3 w of Green
wich aye. 44x95. « sty tenmt; vol Fr.le.
147 TH ST. 431. n s. »3 ft c of Convent aye.
17x09.11. I sty dwg; vol gale.
u't'iiQTPß AYE 24«*. « p. M.4 ft . of Welch
» '^1-' «x50x141 7 TVty dw X ; M F Whitten
akti^B cVTI: Brrgman & D. atty.;
JaiTirn Oliver, ref; partition.
4TH ST IBS ■ s. 330 «' w of Av '. A ; "V 6 - 2 '
til.v.-. etc. $•— ">
MIBT ST. n s. :■-'•- ■« ft * of Martha aye. -ox
100. 2 »tv owlg- n _
•MIST ST. n s. ICO ft c cf Katonah aye. .jx
100 . •! »lv 'dwi* Theo-iore Went . ant V«llto
D-Ambroslo ,t .1: Boothby. .: * . ". «"> s ; I^..
Flmpson. ref; ami due* 5«..«52 4.1; taxes, etc
f155 ° 4 Dy Samuel Marx.
101«T <T Sir* an.l :::4. s ?. 239.1 ft »• ' f 1»*
a- I'. 35.16x1b0.i1. 6 sty tenn.t and stores: Rachel
Newman aKt Brown- Weiss Realties e.t al. A h
Aaronstantm. atty; .1 S Bemrteln. n -f: a .n t due.
$10.73888; tun, etc, fI.SS44; tub to a prior
nitp of ? - JO,(X>O.
By Herbert A. Sherman.
-rr-VMOVT \YK da^. f f, about I*V> ft w of
SS/m -xl4«.lx^xl4ai. UUMMtj
Ma' Kisrher art Caroline Keller et al; Kichard
Pud-cnVinU. jr/atty; XJBTtx. ref; amt due.
$3,047 €0; taxes, etc, ?19S -1...
By Daniel Gvcenwald.
44TH BT 317 n i 548.8 ft - of 2*l ay. ■•>♦*
lOOJi. 4 sty r«nmt: lawyers Mortßapc co art X
A BeWein et al: Guy cary. atty; R S Conklln,
ref: nn ! due. HS.4W 52: tmxea. >^'-- *««!* 1 •;; 4 r , 0 , .
4lSny ?S? rf 'iCC^ia ••x1.^173.9: A H.W
tnu. act Eugene Christian et al: 1 s »r"'
at:y: Alexander G«>n«h. ref; amt dee, ?1ti.04l "'•
uutes. etc, K»»OS.
RECORDED LEASES. '
I With BaflM and address ■'■ lessee*
OCTOBER 22. _ .
LEXINGTON AYE. ■ c cor of '-JO'' 1 fl mIS-1
address. 3025 Uextngton aye. » -
ST NICHOUAS *VK n C cor of »1« p* : -" I
rt^4 froo) corner; Aliwsde CowU« « n o «
Max Slcklick: 10 vrs from -lan I. 1»U; ■•■» ''!
|t m»o- address. 33*1 Broadway.
10TH ST. 304 and 368 Bast: Wolf Brand lt"
Mcnrin Parnc; 10 vrs S »■ from Sept 1 1»1«.
$6,790: address. .".74 East Kth st.
I«TM I°l East; David Outh to £**£*£*.
i£E£?rs 'rl i mos from Oct I. 1«U.; W..W:
address, 4."> East ISth at.
"TH ST .T--4 East: store, etc: Jacob KlinKfr.
1910: ?<V=<»: addreaa, ■>-* Baal yr a from Oct I.
lftlO: $650: address. 'Mi East 112 th st
11.-.TH ST • to 8 West; store: , Ro«e ?j,mo"
man L UiW Halrano; = yrs from May 15. ** '
HM: addresF. 88 Last 114Ui st.
U.TH BT. =10 West: .tor': TluMa to
Marl Setxer: Syr«S yr« 6 mos from Nov I. 1810. *i.
000; addresa H Praouufl aye.
RECORDED TRANSFERS.
(With name and address of purchaser.)
OCTOBER 2G.
MANHATTAN.
a_); $1; addrcaa. 11 Attorney M, i
OHEE^WICII ST. and ano. oxrs etc Wlll
l*>4tll st. . _,
SAME PROPERTY: release dower:^ 1 "
B Oakley to iani*: Is part; all title; Oct »:
$1; address as aiK'\f-.
UXB ST •». 3 sty brk. 21 -f'-3:«f '- 3: «« i "
MoreVn to Han" Moreau: 4 part '»mt X $2,000): :
Oct -•"• $1; address. «<» Jane st.
LENOX '.vi:. I<»4 to 188. <; «ty brk. 75-»xS5; |
U ll ton I Doornberi! to Dudley 1> Doernberg: all
titl<=; Oct SI: $1: address. 216 W«t 100 th at ,
MANHATTAN ST. 3. ■"• Sty hrk Brtl.* : i
1n,4 'v. - •■ Abraham B Roojwln JmtK $K.-
OtH..- N.i 25: $100: address. 68 Columbia st.
PEARL. ST. 124. 4 ity brk. 23.4x115» irrer;
Pearl at. 122. 4 sty brk. 23.«5t23.2* J'^f- *
gu«t and Hedwiß Kitp.st.in to Gertrude A Van
derbeck <nitc $54,411 Ml b and a and c a f* »'i j
. i;E »; |tfl»; „:,i--s . 140 W«H I2*tl] »1 |
IU\*BnSIDK DRr\"K. n ' • •■■■' 11t; ''' -' «2-»« ,
107..-X i'-r^E: raterno Hr.th.-rs la ■■-H"'™" 1 " 1 " I
,-.,,...., Construction Co fmtic 1550.000): <>" *;
(100: addreaa, .1 CUremoni aye. j
7TH »YE •- c pot 122.1 »1 150. Nxn x( «>: Francis r
B OaJcley and an", am. -■■■ to William II Ratn^
*,- mi XJ24.WM; '* part: all title and ■II
ifc»s: Oct »: $B.OWJ a-lflrr-s*. «7 \V«M 104 th su
SAME PROPERTT: release r1ow»r; Francis r
s Oakley to same; >• part; all title; Oci -'••; il:
address aR above.
7TH AVII <• s wi.io ft I of It Mil ft. *0xH«l:
lohn O'Connor to William J Cas«y imt« $W.O00);
Ot-t _'♦".. $100; address. SOS West 107 th St.
12TH ST. b *. 358.8 ft <* of 2d ay. 25x103.^x
In-**- Sam Rosen to Roaina Tuxxolano Imts
-.•.<■>!: Oct 25: $2,000; nri.ir.sa. 1414 21 aye.
I"TH ST. b w p. 4fi0.6 ft n w of 1M «v», K>.«x
103 3- I>ouis Burliler to Morris BenT <mt(? ?l_.
900); Kept 23; 5100; addr«Bß. 217 "West 25th st.
S3TH ST. 147 to ir.l West, « Rty brk. «6-8 x
J>R!»x lrre«: Margaret TU>iib«t to . William N
Heard: Sept 14; *1 : address, 63 IVnimors Bt.
Brooklyn.
SAVE PROPKRTY: Five Borou«lia Realty Oo
to same imtp $100,000); Ort 20: $100: address,
tame as above.
SSTH ST. 147 to 151 VTeßt • •'- hrk. ««.ll»
«>fi %■ William x Heard to Innovation Realty < <>
it:. ik $175,000); Oct 28; $100; address, 135 Bread
way.
00TH ST. 155 Went. 2 sty brk stable. 25x100.0;
the Tnited States Trust Co, executor, to Andrew
Carnegie; $45,0<.«); address, 2 West 31st St.
GOTH FT. n ». 7.1 ft <» of 2d ay», 25x100..">:
Thomdji Hharlow to fJharlow Bulldii.K Co; l> and
■: all Hens, Oct 24; $100; address, 442 West
42d at.
74TH ST 154 Ea«t, ?. sty lirk. 15.JH102.2:
Thimas r McUiughlln. executcr, etc, to Helen
M Post <mtir $t>.oooi; Oct 25; J'00; address,
EttdceOeM. Conn.
89TH ST. MS to 109 West; r. sty hrk. lOO.Sx
102.4; Isaac Dankowitz to Roae Dankowlts; all
liens; Oot 20; $1; address, a c cor of W»Jth M and
I'ark aye.
10.VTH BT, 105 West. 5 sty brk. 25x100.11;
foreclosure; Oct 4. 1910: Francis I • McAvt»£,
referee, to Christine Gramllch; Oct 20; $12,250;
address, C 93 Columbus ay«.
SAME PROPERTY; Christine Gramlich to
Rudolf Kmblgler mite $ll,00U); Oct 20; $100;
a«Jdress. SI I West 113 th st.
11«TII ST. 38 to 40 West. 5 sty brk. C4xlOO.ir;
Madge A Thompson to Julius H Ikclhelmer tmt«r
(.70.000); 47-100 part; Oct 26; $1; address, 25
West f)l("t st.
11HTH ST 354 Ea«t 3 "'/ »rk. 18.4x90; Joseph
n Va-rar^lli to Paul A VaecareCl; all title; Oct
22; $100; address. 334 Has! 110 th st.
124 TH ST. * s. 882.4 ft w of 3d ay«, 37.8x100;
Tteatrice Hir«c»i to Annie Hochstein: 1-3 part;
all liens; Got 25; $1 : address. 238 West 10»>th st.
12tVTH ST. 320 Kast. 5 sty brk, 25xDft.ll; Fran
cesco A i"apr>ar»lli to Teresa Capparelll-Torr«
(mtg $21,250); Oct 24. SI; address, 320 Ka"t
lanii st,
17STU ST. n s. 208.4 ft c of St Nicholas «v».
i 41 BxlOO; David lAskowitz to l>gina Katz (mtg
' $35,000); Oct 24; $1. address. 2G66 Brisga aye.
TUB BRONX.
ARTHUR AVH, n c .or 175 th st. 93.1x140.11x
j irr'K: Michael X Cuaack to M V Cusack. ln<^.
(all liens); Oct 24; SH«j; addreus, 2.13 Grand st.
AQT'EDL'CT AYE. - ?, lot ft and part lot 10.
amended map Cammann estate. 41.8x101.2; Will
iam Evans to AiJol* Plate (mtg $21,000); Oot 23;
Jl<m: address, 779 Prospect aye.
BRTAXT AYE, ■»• •. '"« ••. map Hunt's Point
H«»alty Co, 23x10'*; Ml-la.l .1 UcGulre to Armor
Realty Co <mtR ?!'<«n>i: Oct 21; $1; address, 170
Broadway.
EDISON AVK. w f, 225 ft n of Tr«mont rd.
2."ixtCi; M'^trc^.- W Bacoe to Henry I Norr <"nita;
51 .500); ij -t 20; $1; Bddreaa 1821 Washlnjton
aye.
i EDISON AYE, w ■. M* ft n of Tr«»mont rd.
, TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
Absolutely Safe
Fast-Running
ELEVATORS
(Plunger Type)
Electric Light
and Janitor
Service
OPEN EVERY
DAY
IN THE YEAR
2.*xt»."» Tromont Terrace; I>ouis R»hln«*llj to
Henry I Norr (mti? on this and other property
?1.&W»: Oct 20;' Pi address, 1R29 Washington
.iv«.
TTI.TON WE. « w cor 173.1 Pt, Ps.lx IrrPR;
Martha W Manama to l,*>na Manassa (mtc »I.V
0001; oct 5; $!(¥>; addrFfs. 27!) East UurnsWe
aye.
JEFFERSON* PL.ACO. OOP. 17.6x80; Wright
ran* d<?vt*f>e. to Katie Schider fnite $2,000;
call liens; Oct 24; $100; address, 005 Jcffrrson pi.
LOTS ."..IK. .140 «nd 341, map of Washington
vllle: .lames « foburn to N T. 5 H * II R R
Co; July 5; $1; address. Grand Central station.
LOTS R49a and »44 to 917, map of I^tconia
I'ark- Milton .1 Doernherg to Dudley I> Do^rn
bcrg; Od 21; *1 : addrosp. 210 West 100 th Ft.
MATILDA ST. «*•!<. lot 187, map of Wash
instonvillf. BtaluO; Elizabeth C Plumer et al to
Thomas F O'Rburke; Oct 20; $100; address, 202S
Morris nv>\
MARION AVB. c a. 2<J<) ft n of ISOth ft. Mx
112.2; Adol.ih Waxier to the Bey Patrick N
Breslin; Got 22; ?100; address, 251^ Marlon aye.
MAIN ST. .» <=. M ft n of Orchard st, 17. fix
ICOx irreK: Mary L Roedcr to Samuel S Miller;
Oet 21: $1: address, 1f.2 Orchard st. City Island.
MARTHA AVB. «• a. .V> ft n of "d st. 25x100;
Kmllie CJerth to <;harles I" Murphy; Oct 26; ad
dress. 330 East i^t4ih Bt.
REAL ESTATE FCR SALE OR TO LET
BOBOL'GH OF Uir<i')M\>.
Wilisum Construction Company
Built on Highest Point in Brooklyn
JOSEPH JjACOV
Tr-BSIDLHt:
THESE modern four .story apartment houses at
S. E. Corner of 44th St. and »>th Aye. arc classed
to-day as being some of the finest appointed
houses in Brooklyn; they consist of 4. 5, T>, 8 rooms and
baths, perfectly arranged, and decorated most artistically.
Tiled Bathrooms, stationary showers, all exposed plumb
ing nickel plated, and the best that money can buy. Kadi
apartment is fitted with a Hill's Clothes Dryer. They
are trimmed with Red Hazel, one of the best of hard
woods; steam heat and hot water plant, electric lights.
Ground floor apartment corner suitable for a physician.
Plans for these apartments were drawn by Emanuel
Sommer. son of the builder for this company.
RENTS FROM $20.00 TO $45.00.
Very reasonable you will admit after inspection.
Ideal Location
These buildings arc situated on the highest point m
Brooklyn, Two Mocks from the station of THE iTII
AYE. SUBWAY, NOW UXDEB CONSTRUC
TION, and just across the paved street from beautiful
Derided Baraaln in Beautiful Matbunh.
New oil 1 ! family hrl.-U bouse, 7 large, llpnt
rooinß. tastefully decorate*, parquet noors.
hardwood trim, tiled bath and vestibule,
wainscoted dining- room; every modern con
venience; price $5,500: terms to suit: conven
ient to Brighton Beach "IT and eight trolley
lines Tli»s« houH»-B cannot be equalled any
where either for a home or an Investment.
WM. F. METERS. 47S Graveaenrt Aye.. Bklyn.
~~^ BOROUGH OF. MANHATTAN.
IT IS A GEM
Tliat Is what the ladies all »ay wlifn
they »»■.• No. 10" West 87th St. This
'i a small " story ami basement
LtrownatoiM' renidpnoe, equipped with
electric lights. '1 filed bathrooms,
pari4U«t flooring: and decorated in
Itood tante. It might be just V.\t>
house yiii arc looiclng; for. Price
Mini terms will !>■• right. Owners.
retailer on premises.
\\ KSXCllii-STKIt COUNTY.
PHILIPSn MANOR ON THE HUDSON.
One mil« unobstructed river fr«mtajc«>: •'" mod
ern resldfnc* near completion. Address
PHILIPBE MANOR CO..
Plillipiio Manor. ••«• York.
HOUSE. -0 * ROOMS •; AXD >• BATH. A 1.1. HI
provmHiin; r<>s"ti lcted location; n»ur trolley
and school; 4 minute* of station; price SS.OOO;
„,,, term* C. IRVING LATTIN, 16« McLana
a.. Yonk«T». N. V
INVKHTMKN'I" — DwelltnK, 11 room*, bath: lot
extra larK*-: South B*wajr, Yoßkera; $17,000;
quick buyer; terms. MELVILLE MEAD & SON.
H». William.
TO LET FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES
I BANKING ROOM
55 x 85 Ft.
GROUND FLOOR.
19 Ft Ceiling;
Large Skylight Over Rear
Also Offices Single or En Suite
Provident Building
35 NASSAU ST.,
S. W. Corner Liberty St.
uri v 10
WM. S. NORTON,
AGENT
Tel.. 5000 < nrllandt 3.% Nassau st,
FULL COMMISSION* TO Hll(lhtll>
A TROSPECT Abraham H Altsch-1; CM -4. *'""
A AltK-hul to Abraham H Altschul; Oct -4; ?100.
address. 'JUO West 113 th at. . £
PILGRIM A VK. es. 200 ft lUnry I Norr.
noad. 2T,xf.r.: ..ldreas. Mi Washington
q c; Oct 20; |1; address. !«-"«> Washington aye.
P, R AVB wB. 257.S ft •of 187 th it. 250 x
imlr,« • rJ,; r «r M Pnn ilo loba Bebaaior: all
161 st st.
PAI is\DK AYE. w ». part plot 05. map Jo
B oph V^ntha. at Riv^r-lalc. logins Ma w cor
of plot «>.',, and adjolntiis rand Thomas < uth
tart; run, '» 11« x • 4^.-.' to • »'""'" a ne or
aye x n lite - •■<!*• ft to bAK; ,j? lP ™ 5,5!
to Pafrno Uros Co; 13 part; °* *»! *ll>".
addr»3s. 3 Claietnont aye.
ROAD to l>lfMm. W s, P»rt tot 1 A of Klijah
B Valentine at West Chfuter. 52r213 « «» * r to
of Waatobeater aye x Irwa; » Ro " l tafn
f-rank .1 Marion; Oct I.; $W. a.iilrpss. st*m
larda < oi.n.
KISI.&- Saul rainer to Clara Klln«r mils «^7.90U»:
Oct 14; $1; address. 001 Kasv ISMh st.
viTfMif YPA WE n a. 100 ft c of Kmerson
at 100x13; Oaetano 'Oa.ardi to J <• <*•*•«" *
To: Oct Zo (mtg |1»,OUO,; *1; address. 113 \\est
18lMh " l - .-r.i.
WASHINGTON AYE. ~ >. 22.'. ft n of li»th
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
liOHOI (ill OF BKOIIKUN.
60S WILLOUGHBY AYE., BROOKLYN, N. Y.
on officf: on prhmishs
S. E. CORNER 44th ST. AND 6th AYE.
REAL ESTATE.
When you want
to know how good a titl©
is, apply for insurance
A-here business is done on
.he very highest plane.
Lawyers Title
Insurance and Trust
Company
CAPITAL - 84,000,000
SURPLUS - - 5,600,000
160 flroadway. Xevr York.
XSS MQKtaffae Street. Brooltlym.
.175 r «jihu Street, J*— lf
Geo. R. Bead & Go.
REAL ESTATE
HraU Offlce. 60 Liberty St.. near Hh»»
Bramh: 3 Kant 351 hS»
(L 1 1 AM Vl VI KSTATE.
sl >'«»•»»« Street.
FOR — DESK SPACE AND MAILING
privileges lit large, ilght. moilrrn ottlee
huil.lliiK near ll'way. Itoom 1104. 34 W. 3.1il Bt.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
COLORED TENEMENTS WANTED.
40/ For Kull llaniiK^tnent. 4 O^x
1% Resultß Guaranteed, 1%
"* /vy Bond Given. ■*/«-/
PHILIP I PAYTOH, JR., COMPANY
New r«rk*l I'ionfer N..;:.. Iteal K»tat«» An^nta.
ItItOKKRS. DAD APPRAISERS,
«7 »«••.■ 134 th ,st. rllr t.i MT-W Hart—.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO LET.
BOROUGH or BROOKLYN.
10 ROOMS, 2 MATHS, PRIVATE ENTRANCE]
and li.i,iin»: plant; all conveniences; garage
for 2 /automotiiN-s: rent. $32.50 per month.
Apply. lOStl K. -d at . near rtukvilln station of
Culver lln« I, or .1. D. KAN<'K KHAI.TY «'*>..
44 Court at.. Brooklyn ; telephone HM Main.
For Hale. — A ft'W 1 and •_• family house* ; small
('.rat I'lijin-nt and monthly terms lower than
above rental.
FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. _
11,11 si: FOR RENT.— i'iiii\ funatahatl; N>w Ca
naan. "Connecticut: for five month* NEW.
Tribuue Upturn Otllcc. HM Urumtway.
•t V>xl*r»' Solnmon K^ppl<!r to Milton Tllrsh-
I Sid and an" (mix 9*>.<*»)>. Oct 35: *l ; address.
473 West End »v«.
WHITTIBn RT. w <«. 2»W ft n of Oarrtnon aye.
-»• 'i, irr*ar Peter Ryan to Bryan P Henry «mtaj
jf7(iO»: ,11 liens; Oct 20; *1; adJr«ss, <.l Hunt a
Point aye.
3D Wi:. n ye cor l*>th it. a »trip, runs n
41 1 to w * Old For.lham A" x » «7.- to n »
! 18<>th st x « 1I.U» to **■%: Florin* A E»e«iOD to
' Mark I^vy: 1 c; tKt 34- »•.•«>; a*lr«w. 2.*
Kust 116 th st.
STH AVK. n «. w •» lot HiO4. map Wak»fi«M.
VKII4 Ron* Fre v to Sarah B<»rniit«in; Oct 21;
'. q c: $1: addrrss. 'Jl.'. West lOOth st.
SAMK pnOPBRTT: Sira'i ft»rn*t#ln in An
1 drew Braun. Oct I?.. *:•«>. a;.lr-«s. «S8 East
Zi&i at V
11TII AYE. w *. «VK ft - of 2d st. WakHV-ld.
10x114- Angela Passarelll to Carnnela Masrilii;
f\i * liens; <>t 15: *!<*•. address, *» East 21JKh
11T1I ST ■a, at 1 v "> lot -'•" map **'
Unlonrort. M>l«. ».eln part lot »•«*■ ™-P;
Mary E Herrlan «t al. firs to tlarpir't A C
fit C*r- *4 parts: all till-: b and i«: Oct 5; SI;
addr»Bji', 4<) Elliott »l. Mert'l«>n. ' onn.
lOTII ST, n *. at m w ror of lot 27«. map of
Unlonpcrl «W« b'lnic part of lot 270 of s*M
map Delia A Morrison. l-,olr« etc. to bllfn «..*»« ..*»
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET
BOKOt «.H <»F BKOOKH >.
Sunset Park, with its beautiful lakes and summer houses.
They command an unobstructed view of lower New \ ork
Ba\% the Narrows and Staten Island. In fact, no better
location for a home site is to be found in Greater Xew
York.
One block from r.th Aye. trolley "and ■fqeratcd 3 railroad" wbicbl brings
one viii.in :i tiv.-r^.t fare ;.n,l quick acc^s of hit Rm ■■* twenty
minutes.
Investment Quality
As an investment these apartments cannot J*^ cqpaßed
in or around Grester New "rk. Property in the Broi
a much greater <listance from New York City Hall and
surely with no such desirable surroundings, is twinging
double our pikes. Brooklyn has a greater number of n*m
investors in real estate than any of the other Wm^hs. This
is due to the fact that at present prices Brooklyn real estate
oft'ers ili< best prospect for profitable investment le be
had in the city. An investment of a small amount
remember would b« working for you dajf and night it' yt m
owned one of these apartments. (;et in touch with us to
day and learn more about these splendid apartmenK
APARTMENT HOThLS- [UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS.
W»T r*lOE.
Roicl UicUington
Seventh A>enu«*.
Fifty-fifth and Kifty-sixth Streets.
Absolutely l-ireprool'.
l:uropean Plan.
An exclushe family and transient
hotel.
Apartments, furnished or unfur
nished, and decorated to suit wants,
now leasing for the winter.
Special inducement* to those tak
injt apartments tor six months or the
year.
Suites range from room and b3th
to five rooms and three baths.
J. F. CHAMPLIN, Manager.
\lso Proprietor the Ocean riou.se.
Watch Hill, R. I.
Hotel Clarendon
Northwest Corner
58th St. and Park Aye.
APARTMENTS
MORTGAGE LOANS.
a. W. Mclaughlin & to.
Brokers and Dealers in Mortgages
t .'■* Broadway , cor. Cedar
STRONGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED
UNFURNIoHED APARTMENTS.
KA«*t si UK.
The Cleveland
121-130 Eut :*th M.
ITufnrnJshett apartments of I* room*, tmpla
closets, etc. Call between 10 and 3.
IIKDUhI V
THE DANDRIDGE
415 Washington A*f.. Brooklyn.
Special Inducements la P*«lrabl« Tenants.
4 room* to A rooms »nd bath from
__ 5..4.1 la MM ?* r . yea !J:
fie PARK 11 ACE. CORKER BEDFORD
>¥■■»■: flvo room*. «"■ rang*, klt.h. i> and
rtothea rioaeta. Dutch shelves; prlvato hall
«iv; telephone —Ilk*: newly 4*r«r»t«4; hot
water supply: steam h*>»t»rt; r»nt $?*. WM
RKITMAN. 367 Fulton st. Brooklyn.
w»ll- % part; all titl»: b and s»: Oct U-*. $1. *<\-
Inn 84S East Ziftth at,
10T1I ST.' ■ ay at • « mt »»f lot 27*». «m» maa,
W>xlT»». being part of lot 270: Mary V Berri ,
et al heirs, etc. to 1>»IU A Morrt'on: *« p«»r»;
a an.! »: all tlUe; <*t 5; *1; address, l.^o
Therlot ay».
UTrf ST. M. at D ' -or of |of .TO may n ;
T'nJonport, b'tn« another part el «aM lot 27>>;
Ellen Caswell el al. heirs M Mary (•♦ Perrtar.;
*i part; f*-t 5: all UU»; b and a; ft; »Hr»«.
319H Webster aye.
I.TRTH ST. » mi, 125 ft w of Alexan<l<»r «v«, 25 e
100- Saul Ellnes to tiara Kllner tmt^ |U.rjOrr );
MM *1.
i.tsth ST. ■ ■. «.."; ft - of m baa's »• • S9«,
10i> game to same tmt? I51.V00); Oct '». a«»
dress. 504 East I'-trs *t.
lOTII ST. « a. 70S ft - of K»Hr •'. ram «
705x1».7x >rre«:: Irvlna: Roberts to Mrl«». w r<m.
smictloA Co: all Hens; Oct -■«• »»'•' addres-. T3»
Broadway.
IT.'.D ST. a a. 2<*..' ft w «' Fulton ar«. 2T».lr
«».ll xlrr»sr Martha V Mci^i to Ivra Ma.
n*ssa «mtr $3,000); Oct 5; *««"• a<Mre»!.. 37^!
East Btirnside aye.
IT7TH ST. n w -or of Walton ava 72»2fl*^
Irre?: John J Schacht to ftronx Inv«trn'-nt r*
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 0* TQ LET
HOKOI I.M <»f KR'«»M\N
&ACOB SOISZCBS
BUTLDLZ- I
FAIRVIEW COURT.
3129 BB0&DW1T
Near Manhattan St. Sut<»ar Station.
RENTS $420 TO $900
Applr on pr»mt»»» or fur r»wn brok«r.
THE marct RKAI.TY CO..
100 Broadway. .-■■»■"» •
MONTEBELLC. "
5<7 RIVERSIDE DRIII
near trail st.
Apartments, six and eistit rrotr*.
RENTS $900 TO $1,200
Apply on pn»mi»*!« or your own br.K"--
THE HAGT-K RBHI.TT *■■>. owner..
~ ~~ THE
Robert Fulton
RIVERSIDE 9*** *
ConrenJent t-> l>«th Street Mih»a^ f-'r^
MODERN ELEVATOR APARTMENTS
• to H Rooms. 1 »nJ - 1 1 -" 3 *
Rents. $1,200 to $I. <«:••*.
Apply on premises or
Whitney Karnochan & fillbart Btdlsr. Iffts.
J 4* PINE STREET.
Telephony Jonn. .__
TWO HOflE BUILDINGS
■D :.2:t W«* 112 th Stl*«t: uni.^u^ «f»«:
mints like «üburb*rx house; ■• lone ft»u»«
ready In a month.
ROE & GOULD
262 Fifth Vwv
T«!'-pt" > " ( " Ji«dka»>B -
w.\mum:tox heic'.ht3.
finest location*. rknt* i o\t.
*OVERI-OOKIXl» TIIQ HfUjON.
THE FORT VItVV
t«!at St an.l llaven_AT^_Subw»yJt_»hortJ>l<w*»,
THE CORTEZ
Th«> b»at built and arranrM ap»rtm«>nt».
C\-. Wrst 13Hth »t.. on« IHmk (.. Subway
•i anil V nwm» and a M»t!ia 91 I'" uPj .
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