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FINANCIAL AND CLASSIFIED xXtm ?totli 'fiJt^lm^XA* m fyr?bmt REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL AND CLASSIFIED PART IV- EIGHT PAGES. NEW YORK, SUNDAY,'MAY 10, ion. PART IV. EIGHT PAGES. Hempstead L s Many Recent Building \ Changes in Hempstead Lar?e Number of Modern Houses Put Up in Home Districts. r TOWN FOR MAN OF SMALL OR LARGE MEANS Reminds One of Charming New Lngland Places Without Business Lethargy. c enjoying a m^st rapid, vet on Within the last five I of the town has urde-gon? stupendous building thll ha? been done In a when many ?-iburhan communities n\nt period as re? gards realtv activity. The ? this vigorous and ?que t'.wn has been steadilv ad? ? ? estimation of commuters hre r. rlnclpsl one 1s - oneldered to be the fact that the Uli nsjorlt] of ? om lal ill? d at this ? ?- i of modern type for the man of sma" means, and there are nu? is count?*' mansions of most solid and artistic construction for the man of 1 the home ?olonlea ar? ??d that the houses of small cr-st occupy beautiful and central Bites. ther thing which Is considered to be - gel) responsible for the quick increase In building growth of this historic place - ity. Hemp lies In the rent! i- of .1 uieat plain ? efore easily lei I I - ips U Isltve Improvement on a larpe scale. No large sums Of monev are ne? i -sa:- ' ?way hiiiock? in oi ndstlons; ? i ?. Mast? ing of rocks In o?d?! to csrry out building ? Ulldlng foundations ?an ? at Hempstead as at any ila??- artthln th? BUBUrbSS an* a Thus builder? n the town can spend more monev than the majority of suburban buildf tructton of the house ? .?-id offer their completed wsres si which will nsf nlsh many ; ?.?miction line la some other ideal suburban places burilan homeseeker de ace of residence within eaey reach of Manhattan at all hours of the day and bight, S?d ted as to ? ,n the country, h? d tea ? . travel fifteen or mere miles awa> fn.m town t ? *iini himself located "' a place with all the appearances of a " to ? some large shade |h ground for a garden patch ? a small poultry plant and s home w-th such attractions * walk ?>f the station, Stores and the house of ?TOI ? hlch he attends At Hempstead of the commuter are easily salis** ?. - pad closely reminds one of ??harming Sen Kngland towns, although it lack* the busines. lethargy of such laces. In number of ?hade trees It prob? ably far exceeds the majority of places |g the suburban area at a similar distante from New ?i irk As regards inviting drtVtWSyS lined With stalwart trees, the ? I which form a? ches over the - ?*. this place and a fsw other Old ?? 80 far superior to their r.eaiest rivsli for bullcing vigor that they are almost in a class by themselves. The trees that tor ? teem et the public high w-ava within the ?orporate limits of the - ? .-ad and Just outside of II have been standing for centuries some ar? ? three hundred year? old -snd in that long span of years have ? fforded ?hade to residents of this beauti? ful settlement There i. a cleanllnea. noted, too. in ihtts ?*reet of the town, which Is most pleading to the caaual visitor, and which must b. the pride of .very resident ?with the welfare of the lommunity at heart. A most marked building harai of the place Is that bordering or fdclni* most of the count! ? ? ?< the viilase are little groups or tow? ??f with rental- whi?ii ara not quits a? larfje as that of the ordinary small flat in New York Artistic houses of ?-i\ or more rooms aie to rent In the town ,-u ?l"..r <L7 .1 inorrth. There . . rentals at much lQWei figure? 1 ? h .?te?i in the town to let at about $r. a month 'The rentals ranne from thi.t figure up to |U,SN ;? ?. .ir. and thrs?. rental? afford ons n gooa idea of the vsrleti of house? f?.rmln<* tl ? ? The homeseeker will riso likelj b? ?t lipiitf?! to knot? thai the sper-ulatlvc builders of Hempstead it-a?ze that the average home buyer usually stsrti on ? Imril 1"! B country home With only a ml <>'" Cash l" pul don i' M his 'initia! re.ilt? investment ""Ol I most of the speculatively ! .mit hi about seven or more rooms, with bath can be purchasr-d at aiiout ?!?"' down ai d the temalning Bum flue In aas] monthly paymanta Aboul IM monthlj will meet the tlxeil i-arrying charges, ruch as In? terest, taxes, an-., "n a ItOU about sXbkX Fine building lot? in a section with all village Improvements are foi -ale ?'ii easy t%i!iis. and after tire bomeseeki : has paid for the lots he will find th;?t be II butid a house tor himself on hli site a lth the aid of a lo--al bjil'llntrr loan BBBO? la? ''?her l'>an cham.el?, loo. ara open to him under such conditions, and hin ? financial wants are therefore easily met. , The Improved residential propertlei foi sale range Ig price from BJtW to $4<"?V?X>. The range of prices for what Is known as estate property with laige seiUSSN and beautiful houses, Is from 08,888 to MSS.? \v?n located lot?, is by Ml feel each. I ring about J-1?'? up, and choicest plots, if) by LIX) feet or more. $.1 ?>?? to |lgMI each. There is as eood a market lor I I property in tills town a? for residential property, and this is a condition of af? fairs that exists only in what are as the most progressive suburban places of the metropolitan district. The high rSOsei price for business property In Hempstead ?s about $?'V a fiot-.t fen?!; and, consequent!?. a business site wttii a frontag? et '2-, fe?t and a depth of MO feet, at that foot i rice, would hav. ? market value of MdtS Along -Main st , which is the largest and th? principal Continu??! ?m r??? g relnntn ! Y. M. C. A. FOR GREENWICH Building To Be Erected by Mrs. Witherell to Oost $200,000. Mrs Nathan!-! tTlthartll la to I fjrsaawlch, <*"nn . in rattaory "f her hus? band a Young Men's Christ tion building to cosl botwoar* s 16O.000 and fief, StM I'l - for the proposed ?truoture have been prepared by a well known srchit???-t of this city It ?-.ill be built on a plot containing about an acre of ground on Putnam av. coating ; Contrasta for Um putting up of the gtfUCtura have botat awarded. Mr With.-iell was prrminentlv lden tifieii with the development of the nota? ble residential section of Green?*1ch. ? II?- <-ame there just ahmt the time that ' the eonservstlve o?d agricultural town i rolvlng ttt the taM Id New ........ ions into the moden action a hleh 1 1 ?ir.'e ?? - H r; line?I r on his 'and development? Roxton Farm at Auction An interest:! g offer m~ r,f land in Vt*est SSt? Bty is announced by Br Kennel!'.. auctioneer, who Will sell the w-!i knows Roxton farm pr?>pertv, con I .1 lu Still ? buildings etc., situs! ???ster, -.own of R>e, West bester ? N v . on Wedaess?y, M ? it M Veeey st. Oeor^i- R Re?d .* Co ISgrSBSnt the owner i .' ir.-- | repertv. The tract ha* more than a mile fronug. : in K'*?e st and Harrison av. WORK ON ESPLANADE New Walk at Manhattan Beach Estates Almost Completed. tbout Uva tool ha new esplanade on th? ocean front at M inhst tan peach Estates an com xpe ?t?d that it will he fully ?-omplete.l from the Brighton line on the v\. ?' ?? ? "is? by early sumnv-r. This new ?uplaaaslo takes the pUc? nf th? old boardwalk It Is constru. | Wtth ornamental ind rarltn?. and its southerly side -. the BSa ?all Thi? esplafisde will eventual;;, run along the entire orean front of the Manhattan Beach property, s distance of more tban tWO f'"r?. W. H. Chesebrough Bows to Public Sentiment To Erect 12 Story Instead of 22 Story Building, Facing Battery. WASHINGTON PLACE APARTMENT HOUSE Site Now Occupied by Duellings - Pinkney Estate Sells Lots in Harlem. The South I-'err.-. Real) Company, Inc.. .jf wh'. h \\ liiani H CI dent, ha.?? entered int.? a contra?! w-ith the for th? im in. :.,t.- . .'nent of th.? cornej- of State an?! Whitehall BtS., facing ! IM.! ti?. Harbor, vvith u twelve story and ?i.r. amant l proof orhc?? building from plans and i.. : 'cations of Manett A Van Vie? k Si?mIiI..id ? Mark ?iretv the con *? the ni? n. r?. The lion at th? build ng i '?' ??? '?? I Mr i uni n.ern bt-r nf the Building Heights Commission The orginal plan ?.iiiin? for tas con Btrui tien ..f a tWl ' illdinsf M : t.ment |l -. cry high .-, i . Bd In height toa and basement building The dtmi - the plot are substantially as follow? ?711 feet In State at, LSI tOOi in Whitehall ?t. and 40 feet 'n !'?arl sf The service entrance will he enl.rel? through the Pearl St. portion, onlv two atines and basement la boigl t .-.nd th? underlying bssement thereof util coal supply an 1 en?iiieering installation floor ?if the n* w twelve storv g, 1, ? and lltS Of the old >?' I ? square feel of rsntsMe The south i'? rry Oompan) al?o owns nlng en the north, front ? ? on Hatter- Part : known te st. No I it now un fireproof uddlng. tod 1 I No. I ? thereto an I ? ? with th? new building The deeegS tt th? new structure is Italian Renaiisar.ee, the lower storlee be? ing of stone and granite and the upper mee .,? ,,-,-?, fottS and '"v" then ? *-? w The building will smbod) the be-? prai ? nd n:(,st i! "-!? : -i it:- tr ? >? Is :n BM chanlca an I archlt? i ture, The stockholders of th? S? nth 1-4 rr Realty Compsnj an Edwin Thorn. the Chesebrough Building Compel Alliance Realty ?Company, Osklelg Thorne and William H. 1 ?gh. The new South Kerry Building will ! the tifth !.?:&?' modem fireproof offl? structure which the Chesebruugh interest have built in Baiter? I'aik, all of wine i . been ? md th - uction of v\ hlch I???- ? In com ; lately trsi I ng thai -?-ction into i oAce i. etkM. Aeaured uninter rupted lisrht und view over park 88 bor and unusual transit fSdlitiea h.^ ti nuted to tliis icsult. of all four elevar ?I of the e\ i?ting sUbWU] ar? In th? elc-cst pri or those o! the two new subway. no? under - on:-t ? ?Hilt Broadwaj line and t>- new in?tcrhorougl Seventh sv, line, both of which pass the propsrt) The Impending important dl velopmenta in Rrookl*.?. cspeciall' the waterfront, and en States the Batter' P ? ? ' - ? if shipping and rxi m t busti ? ? The ? ? ? ? ' ' the I B . 'Hng. as concei 11 v? ' 11 rheae tkm one of the 'i promlm I - : ? bu I ling w liich In <i?red monu mental, but more ??specially so in a la a tion winch had h??ri hitherto regarded a?, unavailable for h.gh class n'i-ine.ss pur - - Mr chesebrough has been a pi? oneer n?it only In the B: ? n, but in many others, including otth nt., where ; lie bought adjacent to Fifth at. at about I and re ?old them in 19?4 as- the site Of tl I i ? tore and the ? Building: In Klfth a? ng the ? th? Everett -, and "ii loWSl r.irk ;?v the M'.n : w a-. . i.?' mm rmerlj ihe ?u? of th.- - i-i str-mw?? Plano I -? ? nJund on with e Clifford i'<;-. . Benjamin M siso ?vit" them l DTtOtr office . . r the south-*. Ifooyei .?. Ma US : : i;;- tlon srtth u iniam I B ISI West i fou stor dwelling, on lot ? KurhUeh SStatO, \t? W..? Uashlng;toii pu-? .-? four story dwelling, en ? ?? ? i ??,...-. ? : ? s t we ? the will err t ?* - . apart': ? W .1 HUStSS _ r-on have s?-?l?l for the Plnkn-- ? te lots in HsriSBS. ? ? n BIS M ihe soul f.enox a,v .,??', foul ,il? or. 4411. ?? ning througn to MStb st . *_. feet ?a.?t of l.er.ox a.v The ISSt ?t property ? SS tain- frame buildings that have been there ?in. e Harten was a wuburb of th? ?Ity. The Iota have a frontage of an?l are ?'<?: feet neep. The other lot? have a fronta*? of 18 (fcS street and are HIM feel d-ep WoodsS biil-! iiig?. which run from strasl is stteei ? -.ve half the plot Hopkm A B----I were interested as brokers in the . m ?'. Bergen, th? Bronx builder. ? su a prominent ..?ver at the ie ... tion .-ale ot the Uer property, coo?u is spfe l' L*av and .1 Claren, e PSTlSe has beSSSSS 'he . a ? of the tWS highest price.) IstB at '?le Ile ha? 'ust purchased at a good a-i vai-e from Dr Rar.at?m J. P.?r??er the tvt ij pan-els ' 'impr | COS net of I rnve-- ? .-1 K,rn-:-1? ? . having a frontag? of about 13 feet OS the curve at that Junction, with ea-terlv and ?outheast'-rly lines measuring 11 i ? feet, respectively At the auction ?_le Dg.