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ACTIVITY AT COURT
AND JORALEMON STS. Marked Changes from a Business and Residential Point of View. CITY IMPROVEMENT WILL BENEFIT ZONI! High Class Office. Store and Apartment Houses Being B-'lIt In the Section. By Howard C. Pyle, Head of Howard C. Pyle <& Co., One of the Leading Reel Estate Brokerage Firma of Brooklyn. At the intersection of court and .lorale mon at?., Brooklyn, and In the nrsiby lo? cation a verv marked change, from both a comnvircial nnd residential standpoint is taking place. It is bound to make th!? section one of the most Important d*/l0 and residential centres In Brooklyn, it matter? not whether the rr Mualdpal B-Jlldlns Or the Court Hemmt I? built on Murphy Park, in Joralemon ?t . and on the adjoining property at the ?outheasi corner of court and Joralemon sts , the Improvement will ?dd very ma? terially to the strenjt.1 of this location from a business standpoint. Although the projects have be?-.? sTSS?*SSSSd f??r UM ? I lew year? they hav? not yet as? d< finite form. However, 1 have i?reu7 lrojes that one of the improvement? will be plann? d for ;!i? prem.?-e? in question in the verv near future ?. ' I thotouci-.lv believe that this imnv? ?^.-irrite iniehliorhof.il. e.-pe? tally west of '.?'curt st . in ?lestlned t?> be a very ?tronc " location for high class apartments. Bin? ??ft Bins, foremost apartment house build? . (is of Manhattan, hav? n-..'.?z.-d this fa t -trii ?.i? cr?.tins two beautiful apartment get on ?t and the '?'other In K-. horrterhorn ?-t.. between Court d Clinton sts. Kach house will be with? in about two minute? ??.ili? of the I7or ? igh Hail aubway station i firmly ba? 1 eve that this is only the beginning of an extensive apartment ho'ise building of . haracter of the bank? ?^lng and :? . UlHllI? bt lo.ra ? orr.e The recentl) completed term.-: ?! !?-..idl? ing at the southwest coiner of Court and ding of the Brooklyn In . Uneli Building, Remsen st ?? ? of ?m*o rt the . When vv e ? ? i? almost aa if it were In the rentre ol lb? d itrl? t of Ma The demand for s.i offlcss In this loca? is growing Bteadlly, an.i th? ovementl and growth v?l?i'li : piare in l ? laal Uve oi ?ta eara ?h e Mgnlflcani svldence of what Iti ruture v ill be. , ' it? demand for ground floor ?torea and ?-?fti. ? ..: on st. ? ? i matei lall! than they wan ' ? n RsmsSn el . betwe? ; and ? llnton bI I lew of the building 11 re? tain?, i for private residen ? in a very shorl time there will likely be no rssMentlal houses at all In tl They vviii all be absorb?-i for business. 1 be block In Joralemon si . bel et ni and Clinton sts.. is somewha! re* tarded asa!. position, lai - from the fai-t that the Packer Institute ground? ??-> ipj the major po?rtkM of the ????Utherly bid? "f the st.-f-t. 1 ?lining through to Livingston st. While the In? Btltuta li i ro? | hai ?? Ing neighbor an'i affords a verj sight!-, little breathing in t gested location, it I du ! !.. Ilevt th ?t in the vei ?? nt ar future we will v. ? ., o irnbi r ol ? ' Jc'!-a'.-i)"-ii st and Livingston b! raasd and high -hiss apartment b-Mtasa reacted. The block In Montague st , between 1 Clinton rt.? , took on new life when the old A ademy of Music building was dastroyed by flie, about tan years sgo, and the character of It has ?hanir-u (?Onstantly fa* the better since that time. 1 belkve that this section of Brooklyn will bold Its own SS a financial centre fr>r man;.' v ? .us to COH ? Brooklyn a! inn;?- 's the greatest raal? Aentlal au-i manufa luring contra in the entire country, and some of it? baa! busi? ness centres. su?-h as al th- InteraeefJoM ('i ? ? . together With th?- nearby locations, compare very favorably *!th some of the beut centres Of Manhattan. -? CHESEBROUGH BOWS TO SENTIMENT (ontinued fr??m pase 1 Parker p.ild flAOS for the immediate lor? ner and ll.ijiAi foi the adjoining lot. Mr. Bergan v?..?, the auc**-aaaful MdJar for the i*amainlng thirteen lois along Urn .iv. 'J'he lour southerly ones he turn? d ov. r to tiie Church ol t - fc?pi?it. which occuplea adjoining land given to Hie churok many yean ago by Mr?. Kllt-n M Heim? ssy. As was t?ild last week, he plans t<? improve the prop ""y w-ii'i i .- apartment houses The i-ornir plot Will now b<? included In the proposed operation, which will r.pic sent ?m oritlav ,.f phOA t J ? | The new bouaeg will be arranged in suites of Horn five to <"ti*ht rooms At the : rear, over the m-ueduct, tennis COUftg ?viU le laid OU! for the use of the tenants lour of the eight-room apartments have ahead;, been rei.t. ?1 The MM Street Realty I '??mpary. Kran'. QalOtta, pie-ldciit, has sold 1?W Fox st , a five story apartment house, on plo: 7?>3 fxl-'., feet Tfaa buvers. Uiwenfeld & Pra**ar, gave In pun *.a?m?nt the plot, iiUxluO fet-t. on the east side of Intervale sv . ill feet north of Prnth st. The Schoen Westchester Bealty Company negotiated the deal Other tales announced follow; ISaTH ST The WtlraeN lieaiiy Company las Uiuglit Uirouf,li Jo,.ii Weed 3?sT Ks.t I4?t.i Bt., a M? ?tory ajlariiiieiit bOUSS, oil lot *?V>x 11)6 5. Cropeiiy at Moinernere was ?jiven in pan pay id eat .Y?rn ST The M.-.-.0? n West I ester Resit) Qorapanj and ii Riaaa haw ?old for F. stltcb weh bii Sleet PHh ?t.. a tue story tenement, on i?it 23x100.8, near w??i End av. HiHJ.AMi AV -J. Arthur Ma her and ??liarle. Bchaao lra?e so!.I I i \I r?lmon. ? of the e-itate nf Mary .-ullhan. IfCS . . .,, -,??.,,. A BROOKLYN CENTKE WIIMIIK ORBAT BUILDING CHANGES^ ?_~ ^ J0RALEW0N 8T9? OECENTLY A GLIMPSE OF REMSEN ST. Whtte f-ont building just erected by Brooklyn Un.cn G-f Comp?ny. TAKING PLACE. RTl CUILT. APRIL PROJECTS REACH A LOW MARK Big Decrease in Numbers and Cost Compared with Similar Month Last Year. The April report of building I I In Manhattan given ?"it by Alfred Lud? wig, acting Superltnendent of Buildings, shows thnt in April there were flans filed for forty-nine gew buildings, coating a total of ?I.47 000 ? lghty-*n_ for of ?ast yesi a. total of 18,466.170, The report also show? th.it plans we:? filed for fo-;r dwellings, costing a total of ns npalnst six In April last year. | a total of $?''.'-.?'?'; twenty-' >f | ss coi 11 pareil with twenty-nine last yesr, ?w-o hotels, costing H? 0 '. i?? SgSlnel four last tear, costing ? . elghl at? ? s total of ?DO, i ...stiii?; S total Ol ? one ofi cosl - '. . ? v ssi : tin ? >? i I 1157,000, as agalnal two ins' yesr, I ? no churches, as against I yesr, Coating month, nor in the two a" costing ?.. ' -? : twelve last v?ar, costing * four garages and stab!? M2.000 as against <?n? last year, co ting | 001 one ml - coating " eighteen la- ? -? Rental at Lloyd's Hrubor. RO ? : i -.- B, i h I ' H Is owned bj Rol in R ' onklin, who also ral othei tiful 1 An ? 1 from .-? re i-ort printed last week thai ihe property leaserl war th-? i. . Dy \]r ? onklin. ON THE NORTHERLY SIDE OF REMSEN ST. New O'Conrell Building, one of the finest office structures of its kind ever built, is next to last building on the right. BROOKLYN PARCELS SOLD Birlder Sells Group of Flats in Bay Ridfrc flection. I CO., Il . have sold tl e three story and bssemenl ; , at 114 L'oderhll Bulllt I In the . th av.. three s -ses. with Stores; r,t-> 74th St., B fOUl Itory I rick two farm!' house: al?o twenty-eight lots on the ?outli side of *-<"'tli ?t, between Fifth end sixth avs. and 'leven lots in IM st.. ens! of Fifth SV. . i :i <v Lovtne solo the dwelling Revere F I i s i ?ouglss i" Adelslds Terrj foi ? William II RldoVS Bold to lohn .1 Me oil g) Linden ,?t , UsMO, In pari pay ? ? ? i ? .,-..? .-, i,.-, t New - - ounty, N. -l Tiie Progri rultural ? 'cm the es ha ? < hatles E. Harnes lessod "oi the Rock fan Apartments the -tore at ?>? nroa-i w a ? to A'ker. HCTfUll ?.- ( ondit. A WESTCHESTER OFFERING Houses and Lots at Harrison To Be Sold at Auction. (?ne of the most Important ?ales of property that has ever been held in West? ehester County will take place on M:i: i'i to 2 ',, Inclusive, when all the propert? of the Amies Home? Company of Soet fork, In. . will be offered at absolute auc ti-iti The property IS between HsilTiSOfl aril VlamaroiMck Heretofore it has been known a? Franklin Park and Hsletesd Manor. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. I REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. R*--AL ESTATE AT AUCTION. FIFTEEN MEN MET IN 1906 What they did. What happened will be of direct personal interest to you. Decoration Day May 30, 1914 REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION-__ BANKRUPTCY SALE IIV ? -I'.M.H I I' U. S. DUtrict Court INTER BOROUGH REALTY CO., Bankrupt. hon WILLIAM R WfLI-COX Treetee B"N PETER B ol.NHV, lt?f?r?? ?it Bankra Next Thursday, May 14 v ? 11 i . ;. neon al Bachaaae ?slesreem, 14 \ ??.?.. II N v. citv 3 Large Acreage Tracts To b* offered sepsrstely ?r.d ?hen ?s ?n? Fiaso^Xl PAR? HI. I?HANIU.KV TRACT. ? -uitaln? ?bout 88 acre?, ?itli front?**? an W'lllet? Point lined. Muir?; i.?n?. Bar Bid? and 11th Avenue? PARI U. s-BOHMi TRACT. a ?? running baek from the ?outh ?Hi? .if B?j?l'l? A'? to Mitchell' Ave. ?n?j from 16th t-t a propoaej '.?It h ft PARfKI. I CARRA? TRACT. At-.nut K Aerea located on the aoutb ??1? of B-i} alii? Ave. run nina from the ? reel ?til* el Murraj Lane to th? ? entre Lin? "f Rearun A ? suns Fees IdheSUl Term?. DAVID n MMrso.V. Esq. Atry for Truste?. MO RroeSwsy, N Y Repr??eiitatit-e of Truites will he In On. IT. Pop??-? OAee, 6i Broadway, Fiunhinjr. on tlr- ?ft? .m of .May 11 ?nil Ig tO ??.on pr-?p?r(l?c. further particular? ?? to terau Oe , writ? Trastea liefere?. Attorn*] si Auctioneer, Absolute Auction Sale Htli Saturday, May 16 AT 2 P If., ON THg I'ftKMI-1.. R un or shim: 122 Summit Avenue A\ ADJACENT PARCEL Bel - ft* ?n-i cuatoa P?a ?i To b? agered separate!) * I boa ?alo? ? Mount Vernon, N. Y. ? - .?? frs ? ; - tedwelllaa with a larg- plassa. eoatalnlBg ti' rooaia - - il ? and \grge conservatory; ? light, ?team heat and a??, si?? of plot. The ?dl?e?ri' parc?l ronrnln? approv ATM ?qoai " feel i-?r:,> or.. ? eg ?'"'I . t '- ItOry tr.lue |r..la??. ?7**lQL toog remain *>n me?rlgasea*IZ_)t. tyjj? r I Or I >var? ? ?*,/-'a) Ni'Tf-i The ib ?e par--?!? at? loeated OS o- . it ihe hirti??* . -. Mount Vernos and in a j-r. - leatlal ?iction Send for Booklets. DEMAND FOR BAY RIDGE PARCELS Ready Buyers for New Apart? ment Houses. Which Are Quickly Rented. John K Sullivan sa> ? Bay Radge and South Brooklyn are now be+Tlnning to feel the benefits to be derived from th?? buililing of the Fourth av. subway to S??th st. "This subway must be complete/1 and will bo in operation by next May,'' a?l?)s Mr Storms. "Part of It. as far as 2.".th st , Is promised to be operated b] January next. The speculators and i.iiii'ieis who are following the - route rue now looking In Bay Ridge for titea for apartment houses of the moat moilern type. Which readily rent for from $7 to If? a room. A great many s .?h buildings have been erected in the last year and were rented and sold before completion. Store properties on Third and Fifth avs ar?? In great demand, and builders have sold a tow before comple? tion. In some Instances before the first ii.'i of beams atara en, One and two fam i h 1.41 b are being erected on near!} every street, an?l in a few months Bay Ridge, Which IS SU ideal home section. will tiava it-rinv more modern buildings "The renting aeaaon h.is been very good, considering the cool weather, and In iii> se.tioii of greater New- York can be land SS ?heap and ripe for the h illder." Sale at Amagansett. The \\ inls.ir Realty I '??tnpany ?Harvey B. bfewlae, praaMaat) has sold a thirty? five acre tract at Amagansett, overlook? ing the lay. near Devon, to an out-of town client, who '?ill develop It as a . ounti ) estai i BUYERS ALONG SUBWAY UNES Most Hotneseekers Want Sites in Brooklyn jn Quick Transit Zone. The real estate situation, in Broo? Is nv.Ht encfiur-iarlng. ?'?ordinr. u, rS Oat I, a well known b-illder. wha ha? K?_ h? ?l?.m in nearly all the large sectior-a .? the r-rtrotigh "Reeei ' sale?, ,h:it ' n very p-o^ I ??roue BOaaSMs," any? Mr ?I?,I ' Th? ??u. -.- prove fi?? (ruth ?if ?h? ?r-tfr'c, th-.t h'.rr.eseekers - re BOW la l?rg? i?--. hers looking i?,r laaatlOHB ?Mose ^ ?^ route of th? suhwn>? "Birr !"?i?.,,n?* operations will tt\rt i? the roni'il- lion of the ' iui h .?? t of the Slrbvv ? will be a vacant land. This Ifl U - bee! I ti? ff,r,4 Investor to ?tu-l- d?-.??;,,... ?. along Ik. rout?? at the d?i?I system In thi? r?orouf. for I BBS crrt.,,n that In 1?.?? than a y^, property that ? I r, r- BSae| bargsln pii<es will ad ,.rr ? ?-?:1dl*' m?*. the stait Is attSS tak?n "The right kin I Of I building ? ?-ir? ., And a ready kkyor. 'Ihr? applies ta g? uwe family dw-eiiing a? ??-n ?? ?? vator apartment " When a?ked where the pro| ertlea h? r?. < ently sold are |?x ,?t?'l M the following in li!a ?tu" The thtee story an? . ,. ttll Myrtle av , ?oil to H ?Hg..; for ??. ? catmint . 1711 M?. rt> ;, |, ? r?^.. 17-,.'. Mvrtle av., t-. John Tw,liman i:,, Myrtle av . to .* '? ? e. and lTjj Myrtle av., to Morris !!-. ? _? Tl ?-? Ines are to he finished ,la; volve the sum ?if J.? Mr. Cold has ?old the ? ? ., , that are on Flat hush a? . of N-wklrk av Th? ? and store t'p-e und Involvi sold ? ote-famil -?rn fa *?*t.oo<>. and the lot ? ? ? ? iiar of Newkirk an! Flstbush a s latter site Albe.- , will erect six bui'.liiic-. I IhrSS StOr.?? in height and en. h r i ? ? lots. Iee*-*.tS feet. H( v. .- ? l'1ntbu?h av . on t!ie ? ?'?.W?. kiri. a* . as Bead to Ban iel ':'??? nu, tdn will erect two ?ivtf. : artsicnt i - of high s ? ? three story, ttx-tomlly house?. g* _-,, f,?,.t -?truth of htyrtli - . inv.iiv i la M1.W ' 1 from plans, and the r !?"'?* >' ? " A be fir?. lahed uni II Scptei ASTOR PLANS THEATRE Will Erect Moving- Picture House in Harlem. 4 Vincent Astor I? to build 1 moving gat ??lire in H;?i leu- h a grog? ?if store?. The operatJ 1 carne! "il at the northe,?-- ?' Eights, a? '?th .?' , at the wests block, Which is know ? The combined build mbssm ? ?' f??et. sml ?ill be fi ?m i lam br 1.01 ? ri/. !?" .1 Wei her, v. ho wiih the Buildings Department. To Sell Mount Vernon Parcels. < >n ir? at 8a as I ? premia? s, rain or Bhlni h will ?iffcr at absolut- mia, 1? whatever price I . .. I i mit av. and an adjacent parcel former la a two tisjw dwelling house, with a ir?:??,-? i ?it*, ewk lainliig twelve rooms, three bat!. large '?"rise; ? ;,t.,! v.? jteajs heat and ?-as, on .1 plot ?0x17* jacent par? ? ? feet, Impi garage. Seventy per c? - rr.alncaj rtgage I three > ear?, tt j?2 per i-ent. Tepe ?- Mio have leased fo? I i-l;?nt 'M premises 17 King st. f if yam I'?.i4?' <*,- Flllmsn have ?. ., | for Re-; ert W alt.'ii Goelel the I 17 stable at I*? Bas! 53d st. to Samu? . ?TV Colt REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT ALCTION, ABSOLUTE AUCTION DECORATION DAY SATURDAY, MAY 30TH at 1:30 P. M. on the Premises, rain or shine 285 Seashore Lots and also 3 attractive cottages. NEPONSIT West Rockaway, City of New York. Being that section of the Neponsit property lying between Jamaica Bay & Newport av., the Neponsit Club House & Belle Harbor. 59 OF THE LOTS DIRECTLY ON JAMAICA B\Y THE OCEAN BEACH at Neponsit is for the sole use and enjoyment of the lot owners and cannot be built upon or otherwise obstructed. THE LOTS are absolutely free and clear of any mortgage or similar encumbrance. ALL TITLES INSURED without expense to pur? chasers by the Title Guarantee & Trust Co. ALL IMPROVEMENTS: A complete and perma? nent sewer system, water and gas mains, macadamized streets, cement sidewalks and curbs, electric lights, a substantial bulkhead on the bay side?all actually in place and all paid for in full. NEPONSIT is the last word in Sea Side develop? ments. It's a restricted community for refined people. RESTRICTED TO ONE FAMILY DWELLINGS AND BUNGALOWS to cost at least $3.000 each. On the greater part of the property one house to 40 ft. and on most of the lots private garages permitted. HOW YOU MAY PAY-10 and auction fee. down; balance in 48 EQUAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS, or so? on mortgage, or diicount for ail ca?h. unu/ TO f.ffl? F**** ?*?* f-?* ??* ?he Rsekawsi ??ark ?rrisssa ed<aa ?UW IU -?-?. ;,...? u...,,? it H ai eltb?- the Penn, i n - Mea bat?an, or Klatbu?h A?e. Brooklyn, an.I rid? to lb? end of th? . * n.i<:ka?.a> Park. th?i? take a ,\fpon*lt trolley, geitlr.ir oS right on th? propert) to be ?-? i SPECIAL TRAINS ON DAY OF SALE. For Illustrated ?ape, compljn-mtar) paaeea. and furrh.-r p?ttieui?r? aagll *-? NEPONSIT REALTY CO . 1 W, -14'.h ft . ?,I?ri!i4tUn, ?^^^ MALTY ASSOCIATES, lJl,^fr> JERE JOHNSON, JR. CO. 187 Broadway, Manhattan, and 193 Montague St., Brooklyn.