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REAL ESTATE FIELD
ni.u MnTiiifnin fllnri TiAnnnH
HOCKy MOUDHUD UIUD JjQJISOS
41th Street Olilious0,SUcf
to Syndicate.
iThe lwcky Mountain Club', of which
Wohn Uys Hammond Is president. leased
11.. -w.rvrtv' in 111a noutn aids or wnt
j.'urty.fourih st., between Broadway and
tilth av., wliero tho organisation planned
lo erect a million dollar clubhouse, Tho
tin will bo Improved by o. seven
dory modern ofllce building, to bo
erected by a syndicate In which Joseph
Harbater and XI. and & doldbera are,
Interested.
Tbln syndicato has bought from Laura
Warston and others tho four story build
Ins at 113 WcBt Forty-fourth St.. and
lis leaaed for a period of twenty-ono
10 lwuny muuhmhi u?,iy ,unyj
nn uujuii.i.ii. j ..... ...... n
at 1H 10 lIS vvei vureyiourui n.,
The combined site, located a few doors
east of the Lambs Club, measures TS.sx
us.s, and Is to bo Immediately Improved,
jt Is planned to havs. the structure
ready by next July. B. Osgood Pell &
Co. were tho brokers.
Cednr Street Improvement,
Several four and flva ptory buildings
the Broadway-John Street Corporation.
Kllas A. Cohen president, through Cam
Voorhtcs & Floyd.
Mr. Cohen uougiu 4 ccoar st. iron
Caroline M. Child and ElliabeUi O.
Wheelwright. Tho sellera' of No. 5
vere Benjamin O. Chlsholro land How-
of John Harrison Rhodes, and tho
ng&t 96 ana iuu juaiaen ianct wnrcu r
crnsen csiuic
Klch Fifth ATtnao ReQtl
Charles N. NoIo Iased for tho Kemp
f KTSIH lUr LHCI11V 'UliQ V BUI O A LNDI1II
fmt storo In CIS Fifth av. to tho Ivy
panlsh Art Company. The aggregate
rentals Involve more than 3900,000, and
are said to establish a new record for
Syndicate Lenses- Bnlldlng,
Leonard L. & Samuel V. Hill leased to
a syndicate headed by John II. Bcheter.
architect, 243, to 249 West Forty-ninth
Bt, two six story buildings, lOOxlOt), for
thirty years from March 1 last, with re
newals, at a rental aggregating about
mb ti an tin Ar Tin r r nA inani r4 nn
profession. The structures, which are
BnnrtTpn lrrim inn M rnnn -xneairn dv
into stores, ions, omcea ana ssiesroomo.
Additional elevators aro to bo Installed.
Durrett Company- Buys.
The Barrett Company of 17 Battery
place Is at tlio head of a syndicato that
has bought 26 to 33 Rector st as a site
for a sixteen story otllce building. It Is
. . I - I . .A tjOJI.. IL I UIA
t U ninnnfrl. will hn ready for occunancv
foAl In ueniriT RT 1111 Tflfll m Wfll bi uia
1!2 feet In Washington st. The plot
aj acquired through J. N. Halley & Son.
Dountown Leapabold Bold,
Ilarold l Lewis, sold for tha Ho, 13
vest uroaaway company, iariwn
. Society for Promoting warning ana
. . . ..m t IL n r TIUtDn rnM
Other Doirntovm Trniuaotlons.
rh-iripn n Vnn Vftlea. Inc.. and
nd Credit Bureau.
Charles F. Noyes Company resold for
n 1 1 C4 . A. Ti.KaiMSln
ia (i 1 nnofi nrTinnnr 1 1 1 n nm r il.
Continental Produce Corporation or Bos
ton and New York, who will occupy the
entire building for office purposes.
Estate of Manly A. Huland sold 373
Washington st, southwest corner of
Beach st, a six story loft building, 25.1
x75, to Frcderlo W. Bhlnelander, who
owns the adlolnlne nroDertles at 374 and
. . J mo
zacn st. A no soie was nesouaicu j
Robert R. Ralney and the Ruland, Whlt-
Kurx & Cren. Inc. sola tor eamuei
Btrassbourger 237 Mercer st. a six
Itorv lofL 2.I1IOO. .
Active Trading 00 IlelKbti.
Benwood Realty Comsany sold to the
iieyer h-uenDoten soia tor Aaron ce
cal to WelBner Schwartz tha northwest
corner of Northern ave. and 179th st,
a fire story apartment, 75x100.
Tflt.nl. Cti.nl. ,T.w.i,ali -Tnf,
IlanHwin tVio KtrwUhrldn. n alx irtorv
apartment 75x100, at 605, West 138th
t. accommodating twenty-four families
t,i1 . I M I. -. . M AAA
W. J. Huston & Bon sold for the
Brlner Realty and Construction Com
pany to James I Van Sant 453 West
5th st, a three etory dwelling, 16x
.1L
. T . W'n t4-A Til S 4 i r r niiMltiBISrl h
Blnnott, Inc., 51S to 520 West 175th st,
two five story apartments, 75x100.
Charles S. Kohlerv Ino., old for Henry
IL Davis tho five story apartment, 5 Ox
100, at 506 West 179th st
Daniel IT. Jackson bought from Jose-
Phlne Trowbridge Durhen of Sandwich,
Mass., 521 West 132d sU a five story
apartment '50x80, through L'EcIuse.
Ji'ishburn & Co.-
Adolph Weiss sold through B. Bchoon
Hamilton terrace, a four etory dwell
19x98. nnylnctn Ilarlera.
James H. Crulkshank resold through
L Willis 77 East IlJth street, a five
ory flat, 33.9x100, through Millard
Velt.
J. P. and K. J. Murray sold the two
family dwelling. 17xlfl0. at 131 East
JJIth street for R.- Quldman to Joseph
Husteln.
wWoif Mellls b6ught from Charles E.
Kuahmore the dwelling. 18x100.11, at
" nam aireei.
FredfiflcW .T. Tttllmnn rmnnlllf ifnld
fn' ' nb-rg the three etory dwU
us at 326 East 120th street, 20x109.
.A D. Rockwell, Jr.. 'sold to O. A.
5olle for E. and C Levy three) story
e!Ung. 16.8x100. at 63 East 121st
fcttet
Other Manhattan Sale,
"OWn frnm hn lnt. nf lgnnU I A.
hd thft nnrlhan Wt TVifl
cauc and Bixtv-ievtnth street, a Ave '
wpled by HoibmltCorapenyjiriakeni
automobile bodies,
Canaan Voorhees 'Floy3 ocli tee
. Jomei z V Ales 41 Jtut IK
1 '
tloth etreet, a fivo Btory dwolllnj, tix
i9. ,
Worthlneton Wliltehouse. Inc.. told
tho flvo etory dwolllng nt It East Fifty-
fourth utroet. 22x100. for Mrs. Ilonrv
Zlogler to Adelo Sillier.
loxano itcaiiy company, inc.. Dousni
iirom uw iiowenwia ana WMwxm
Proper tlio flvo story apartment, 25x
ut 223 EMt Nlnety-nlnth utreot
t,rough loaac Haskell.
Bloom ft Kaplan Horn for Joseph
Bhepk the- nix story apnrtmnt, 4f :x
110, at 33 Bait 107th street, northwest
corner of Madison avenue, containing
tftnty-four suites and thrco stores.
Newly formed 33 and 31 Woit Twcn-
lioth otrect Corporation, a. Lovy, a,
Stolnman and J. freeman directors. Is
to tales over U10 eloven story loft, EO.tx
tt, at that address.) Tlio property was
purchased by Samuel Kaufman about a
month a bo from David Price & Co.
Hall J, How & Co. sold fof Richard
6. Elliott to Brltton Maneo the two
Hory. business bulldlnp, 110x100, at 3863
Tenth avenue,
. Mario Helse, tenant, bought from
Isaac Lowenfeld and William Pruser the
three story building, with storo, 2j!x
1AA nf Oil rritU. nv.nn.
New York- Post Graduate Hospital at 1
344 and 354 Second avenuo bought tho
two Ave story bulldlnirs. each 23.8x90.
at tho opposite southeast corner of fa'co
cpa avenue ana Twcntietn street.
Louise oonynge sola the lour story
cnty-fUth Btreot
Jphn J'ctera sold for the estate of
Lorcnio M. Plcabla to Shulman & Kop
pelman 270 Avenuo A, five Btory tene
ment, 24,6x95.6,
Mary A. McCarthy sold the four story
stable at 215 and 217 Lexington avenuo
to Emll Kaufman, who will remodel and
occupy It for manufacturing shoes.
Granville Whtttlcsly woo attorney for
tho seller and Charles Hlbson for the
buyer,
Howard LcC. Roomo, president of
WHIIam J. Roomo & Co., inc., purchased
from Robert Sterling Clark tho four
story dwelling, 17x103.3, at 63 East
Seventy-eighth street,
Edgar A. Levy sold through Mark
Rafalsky & Co. to Henry Ttschman the
twelvo story store and loft building, 62.6
X98.9, at 150 West Twenty-second
street Tho purchaser was represented
by Stoddard & Marie.
Wl'lam D. Kllpatrlok resold to -Jio
Standard Rice Company the three story
stabiv, 25x91, at 17 Leonard street.
Commercial Lenses
Charles F. Noyes Company leased for
me uniicu oiaiea Trusi Lornpany, agent
for Mary u. Harrison, the
five story I
building, 23.7x125, ut 75 Bookman
street to Clement & stockweu for more
than thirty-five years located In 30
Beekman etreot Tho aggregate rental
Is about 350.000. 1
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., Itascd for
B. Osgood Pell & Co., agents, floor In
15 and 17 West Forty-fourth street to
the American Petroleum Institute.
Lewis L. Rosenthal Company and
Morris Taylor leased third store In the
southeast corn:r of Fifth' avenue and
Thirty-third etreet to BamueU Rosen
blatt. Theodore Luby and Lewis L. Rosen
thal Company leased to Loula Bern
stein storo In 315 West 135th street for
ten roars.
Residential Leases.
J. B. James of Frederick Zlttel A
Sens leased for Mrs. James D. Smith
four story dwelling, 61 West Eighty
tlxth Bt
Malcolm E. Smith and Rudolph C. Cul
ver, Inc., leased apartmentB at 130 East
Sixty-seventh st to E. de Forest Allgood
and Mrs, Richard P. Hart and at 131 1
East Slxty-elxth st to Miss Sara B. Hill,
Sale in Queens.
Lewis H. May Company sold for the
S. & L. Construction Company 191 Har
rlman ct, Edgemere, Lv I., a two and a
half story dwelling.
Capt T. J. Dooley sold dwelling, 5 Ox
100, at 295 Madison avenue, Flushing,
to J. F. Mulren through J. Albert
Johntra. ,
Rlckert-Brown Realty Company sold
to Robert W. Duncan a twenty foot two
story dwelling In Dltmars av., between
Cfcaunccy and Goodrich sts., Arlelshv
Sabnrban Buying.
Howe tt Thompson sold the Jennie L.
Horton property at 108 Flaher av., White
Plains, N. Y- to Dr. W. B. Dills of
Brooklyn.
A. D. Rockwell. Jr., sold a dwelling
or. Bayslde terrace; Riverside, Conn,
Ladd A Nichols of Greenwich, Conn.,
represented the seller.
The residence Just completed by Will
iam Dansmoro Kraft at Bronxvllle ter
race, BronxviUe, N. Y. hag been sold to
Harry Bausher, through George Howo
vs the broker.
Prince A Ripley, Inc., I sold for Mrs.
Eva bovett Carson her residence at
Rlvervlew Manor, Hastlngs-on-Hudson,
N. Y.. to W. S. Thompson of this city,
Robert E. Farley Organisation sold
for the Interstate Building and Devel
oping Company a house on Eighth st,
Felhamwood. N. Y., to George B. Mathea
of Now Rocholle.
Pell & Ttbblts leased to W. W. Brooks
01 Brooks Bros, a water front place at
Sands Point, I I., for the Wampage
Realty company.
market Brevities.
Joseph P. Day has been appointed
agent for the Samuel Stores. Ina; The
Arrow Clothes Shops ana The miiwaras
of Niw York, and has consummated
leases for them In Allentown. Pa. ; Gary,
Ind.; Battle Creek, Flint Jackson and
Kalamazoo, Mich.
William H. Reynolds; ,who. with Irv
Insr T. Bush, la Interested In tho de
velopment of a new summer colony at
Long Beach, has completed plans for
the erection of one hundred new cot
tages to eolvo the summer housing
problem. The Walsh-Farrell Realty
Company reports that with a few ex
ceptions nearly all of the smaller cot
tages have been rented at the bunga
low colony.
BROOKLYN MARKET ACTIVE.
Realty Associates sold 1220 and 1323
Bedford avenue, Brooklyn, three four
story apartments, to Abraham Maranoff
through Nathan Levyt also 140 to 144
Prince street three two story frame
dwellings, 76x62.6, to Harris Barr( who
Intends to erect a motion picture the
atre : 108 Montague street a four story
dwelling, 25x100, and 110 Montague
strec, a three story dwelling, 25x100,
to Charles Charney through Jacob Rich-
man.
Charles Partridge sold the three etory
dwelling at 1332 Pacific street, Brook
lyn, for Michael M. Donovla.
F. C. Sauter Agency sold for the
Grlnnell Estate the three story dwell
ing at 596 Fifth street near Ninth ave
nue, Brooklyn.
Samuel Galltxka & J. Lacov sold for
Mrs.yWelner atwo story semi-detached
two family stucco house, 25x100, at
1436 East Thirteenth street Brooklyn.
Melstcr Builders, Inc., purchased from
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flat. 22.3x100, at 1436 Second avenue, B,Qlo "Kwh. dwelling, 100x125,
adjoining tho southeast corner of Sevat 1011 East Fifth street Brooklyn.
THE SUN
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Partiellty Bros., Inc. alx four tory
ooudio nan at tit and iff irourtoenin
itrott Brooklyn. 150x100. throush 11a-
Carty & Jones,
Jcronio rronartv Carrmratlou aolil a.
tvp story liousa at ill Tenth Jrt.1
near csvcnui avenue, ior 15 macaw
wwianis. ,
Henry I'lerson & Co. gold 578 Fifth
utroot, Brooklyn, a four atory alnjlo
Wpartment. 2J.6xllO. for It IL PetryT
J, P. Itanck's offlco sold through A.
Mishit In and J. V, Denilniror, brokers.
for the Elnard ncalty Company rcol.
dence at 1255 East Twcnty-ilrat street,
Brooklyn, to U Manchelt for B.
Cchwarts threo family liouso, 1124 avc-
nuo J; for J, Cohen and J. Faeln two
plots. 40x100 each, In East Eighth
street, between avenues J and Ki for
Cathern O'Brien resldenco nt 1920 East
Seventeenth street to A. Mlihklni for
(Joutlisldo Realty Company four houses,
wost sldo of East Fifteenth street, 320
feet south of avenue I; for L Hassct
man dwelling at 893 East Fifteenth
street to II. Peters ; for Or. Llscomb 30x
100, vacant. In East Eighth street, north
of avenuo I, to I. Sclimookler; for A.
bolomon resldenco at 1177 East Eleh-
I tecnlh street to Max E. wvlne j for Con
ConAructljn Company ten houses
" west sldo of East 1 If tenth trct. be.
!we" avenues K and U and for Mary
Mallon dwelling at 33 avenue J to
Harry Schwartz.
a. b. josepns sola .for or. c. ir, uu
$400,000 PROFIT ON
FIFTH AVENUE LEASE
Owner of 'House of Flowers'
Rents to Shoe Dealers.
When E. E. Smathcris qwner of Thor
ley's "House of Flowors" nt tho north
west corner of Fifth avenue and Forly
eixth street, recently reacquired his leaso
0 tho property and tb,at of the Larlmoro
umiainsr, adjoining, ni 1 west Forty'
clxth Etreet, from tho Tlflln Products.
Ina. (I M. Uoomer president), there
was consldernblo speculation In Fifth
avenue realty circles because it was
known that tho Tlflln Products leaso was
fop 360,000 n year net Tho answer to
the rtddlo camo yesterday when an
nouncement was made that Mr, Smathr
era had released tho properties to I. Mil
ler & Sons, retailers of women's 'shoes.
who will pay hlm'480,000 a year net for
twenty-one years. In less than a week,
therefore, Mr. Smothers turned over a
profit of 3400,000 to himself by the deal.
I. Miller & Sons, according to Brett &
Ooodo Company, the brokers In the
transaction, will pay about 825 a square
root a year for the plot, also taxes, as-.
sessments and carrying cuargest, or
13,000 a front foot, for th(s rathcr'deslr
a bio Fifth avenue stand. As the struc
tures are only flvo stories high, the ron
tal la practically based on the land value
and Is regarded as an Indication of a new
standard of values for this section of the
avenue. Jt Is' understood that the les
sees contemplate the erccton of a new
twelve story store and ofllce building on
the premises. Mr. Smothers was repre
sented by Qeorgo Qascolgne rttho trans
action. NOMINATES NEW OFFICERS.
Qnecnsboro Commerce Body to
Elect on April O.
II. Pushae Williams, president of tho
First Mortgage Guarantee Company, hao
been renominated for president of the
Quccnsboro Chamber of Commerce for
tho ensuing year.
The ninth anpual meeting for the elec
tion of officers and directors wilt be held
April 9. Both James E. Clonln and
George IL WIlcockson have been renom
Inated as vice presidents, r. a. iiow
ley. vlco president of the Bank of Man
hattan Company, has been nominated for
treasurer,, to succeed William J. Hamil
ton, who has been treasurer for the last
eight years. Mr. Hamilton asked to be
relieved from the duties of the treasurer
ship this year.
The following havo been nominated for
members of the board of directors for
a three year trm: John Ad Ikes, John
M, Dcmarest, Stuard HIrschman, Henry
J. Mullen and Morris L. Wlllets.
Mr. Mullen and Mr, Wlllets are both
now members of the board, the others
beinc renominated. The committee In
Lcharge of the nominations included May-
. .1 I u . r,AH.AA A r 11.1-
naru opcar, uiuirmuii , .wiivu Mur
ium. R. RandeJ Wangeman, Johnson
Shlpman and E. J. Tarof.
SOUTHAMPTON SALE.
Charles IL Sabln. president of the
Guaranty Trust Company, purchased In
tho Shlnnccock Hills section of South
ampton. L. I., from the Sebonao Neck
Land Company a tract fronting on Pe
conlc Bay. adjoining the links of the Na
tional Golf Club of America.
AUCTION RESULTS YESTEItDAY.
AT It VE8BV STP.KET.J,
By Henry Brady.
lrrn st, 450 w. , iMt, s sty tnmt-r-
Tp plaintiff! 117.000.
By I. Lincoln Belde.
HTH BT. JJ5E, S S. j:.CxSl.. 4 Sty
'dwlg To Mary E Bergen; 1600.
INBTBCOnON. COUJOES. BCHOOIA I
EXPERT ACCOUNTANTS
Earn $3,000 to $10,000 a Year
Become One During Your Spare Time
LA SALLE EXTENSION UNIVERSITY
ThcLargeit Business Training Institution In the Wortd
v GENERAL EASTERN OFFICE NEW YORK
112 West 42nd St. Phono Bryant 8920
1
Coll. Telephone er Write
EVENING APPOINTMENTS ARRANGED
v' Hurley Hospital Training School
sccredlted ty Btstt osrd of Retfitratlon of
jiaiVei, offirs 8 three yeiri; cpnrs. of tralalaf
in aedlcsl. sarglcsl. eleelrlcal ud eosUltoss
notiloi. School esulomei snd bUaka seat ei
Iimllcitlon to the SoprlsteBdint of Has;lUI
sod Ttatoln Cchool. MIOUIO?!. nm.
rtnlij - mIHom. WriU Iff MpUl taeUit.
;.J.Ti-v.- finmrhinltT flarl Bulletin
lie. .
I'ACIa rata atn
RAUAKD
EVENINO CLASS IN
HOME NUnSINO.
Z..,Mmar REOISTER NOW.
CUTlWflL Control Braseh Y.W.CTJL,
.W11VVH oiO Lsx. Ave.. 04 63d) M,
CHIEF
Regents ond collu entrance.
Secretarial ond Commercial
Civil Service. 5 Beekman Bt.
nOOKKEEPINO AND ACCOUNT AN CT
CLASSES NOW IN SESSION.
BROAKEB A SCIIJUDT.
intiiie Accountants and 'Auditors.
M Fifth Ave.. Stuyveiant 331.
IXUCKE'S COOKINCl SCHOOL,
so rt. una at,
Peleet ltdles' clams. BpecUi cooks' elsnes.
Individual work. Dtraoaitratlon Friday
evenlns, 8 P. U. Fee HOe. All welcome.
SHOP f ATHK1IAT108. MKCllANICAIVAND
AnCllITECTUBAI. tlHAW jna. Xir
IlaBion place. Brooklyn.
$50
1160 week through Prof. Room's
Iltlrdrets. Manicure, Beanty School.
118 Weit 4Zi, ClrcoUr eiplatnt.
DANdNO. ACADEMJB9,
ffTH ST., NKAR BROADWAT.
TUB B. MliUUWUl jui-irv.
Dtnelnc Every Aflinioon and 'Brsnloc
, 8pliodid Uusto by Marimba Band.
TOTJAOEg.
TRANSLATIONS All -ancuasa br ni.
trtist we guarantee you ooetirate and
eonftdmtlal (irvlee ot reasoooblt rates.
Write Psa-Atmkia Ostwerctal Aftaer, 1W
Nusaaat.
ANP NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MAfaiH 4, 1920.
CpHTINDEPUKIM
OF BRONX H00SE5
Actlvo Marltot for Improved
Torcpls North of tho .
Harlem Klvor.
B.
If. Weisker sold for the ricken
Building Company the apartment, 43x
100, at 2331 University avenue, contain
ing eight seven room apartments, 'which
villi be cold separately on the coopera
tive plan. Mr. Wolsker has been ap
pointed manuger,
Vlre Htory Flats Sold.
D. 11. Jackson Bold throui.li a client
of J, Pollutschek 867 Beck tr et. south
west corner of Interval avenue, a flvo
story apartment, 67x89x Irregular.
Porter & Co. sold for the Wells Hold
Ing Company to Rubin Hafter tho five
Btory apartment, 60x100, at B33 Wales
avenue.
M, Hoffman sold for Isaao Lowenfeld
and William Pragcr to Isaao Mlntzer
nnd Rose Sacks a flvo story apartment
60x100, at 1966 Honeywell avenue, con
taining flvo stores arid thirty sultca.
Isaao Lowenfeld nnd William Pragcr
sold through Harry Flno to Abraham
I'feffcnblum 1330 Intcrvnla avenuo, a
flvo etory apartment, 78x78.
John W. Peterson has Fold for the
Prager Realty Company to Harry Blelch
the five story, new law house nt 734
East 80th street, 24x100.
Drrelllnir Hoasea DonRht.
A. D. Rockwell. Jr., and Pease & EI1I
man Bold for Frederick Mundt to E. and
C. Levy three story dwelling, 16.8x100,
at 467 East 1ST In ct.
Alfred J. Kooh sold for the" estate of
Martin B. Fink, represented by rhllllps
tc Avery, attorneys, tlio dwelling, 50x150,
nt tho southwest corner of Kingsbrldge
av. nnd 234th st.
William' H. Mchllch. Inc., sold tho
three story .dwelling, 35x100, at 3817
Crcston av. for the estate of Peter
Ringer to John Sommer.
Other Bronx Sales.
Calm ti Cahn bought 17 and 13
Minerva plaeo, two two family houses.
10x125, from D. Esslg, through. F, J.
McRlckard,
Edward Polak, Jnc, cold for a Mrs.
Stetrenbcrg 642 Falle st. a two family
house. 25x100; for Michael J. Larkln
to a Mrs. Heffernan, 324,5 Bathgato pv.i
a three family dwelling, 18.3x86; for
Louis H. Mnlcr to n Mr, Safferty, 326
East 236th St.. a two family ho.use, 27
100; for William J: Diamond to Max
Brody, 2202 Cedar av., a two family
dwelling, 27'xlOO; for Max Sonsheln to
David Goodsteln, 786 Elsemere place,
dwelling, 25x100, and for Ernst Hlppe to
Michael Matllck, 1826 Crotona av., a
three family dwelling, 25x119.
Max Marx sold to Fred. Frleden 4417
Third av., a three story building with
stores and apartments, 25x100, through
Ernest Callfano.
Samuel Cdwen sold for J. Kaufman
733 East 147th st, n.four atory flat, to
Spltter & Fixler.
Frederick J, Rulhnan Company sold
for Katherlno M. Olsen to Abraham
Oreenberg 1771 Monroe av., a two family
house, 25x100.
SEW nillMJINGS,
Manhattan,
DltOADAV'AT, n cat SJd 6t, for & J. sly
Ihiatre. sirs and lofts, 101.7x314.7 83D
Hi Corp, 1493 Broadway, owner; T W
l.i mh. 44 tth av architect! 1303,000.
UOBUCK ST. 143. for a 1 sly storsca
inea, uiigv j iisynor a wo. promtiot,
oynr; II Rosin, 140 Washington st,
arrnueci; tz.fvv,
Bronx.
CAULDWELL AV, w e. 5J a ltlth st. I
ly brlcK dwla. itr and garage, (0x30,3
ft John J OXeary. UU Unlvetslty av,
owner; jonn us nan. rax si.
architect : J5.00O.
f.A 8ALLD AV, n s. 311 e Tremont av.
tty brick dwlr, 17x14 ft Elisabeth
Itlr.r, 3831 Coddlnaton av. owner; An
ton Plrner. 3043 Westchester av, archi
tect.' 37,000,
13JTH ST. cor Willow av, f str brick
factory. ISSxIOO ft Advance Mfc Co.
owner; Arthur Joeephion. 511 East 734
tt, president; Jacob J uioiier, 4 Lourt
tt, Brooklyn, architect; 1315,000.
ALTEIIATIONS.
Manhattan.
DEIANCBT ST, 133, to a 4 sty loft and
ti S P It D Warthaw, premises,
owner; B It A C N Whlnston, 3 Co
lumbus Circle, architects: 13.300.
PrtANKFOIlT ST, J. to I sty office
and ion uentrai inae snq aKin uorp.
premises, owner; Palmer A Plowtkr, C3
William st. architects; 810.000.
MADISON AV, 1. to a 5 sty dwlf h
Kluon, 31 Efltt ITtb it. owner; M J
Ilarrlton. World Bldr. architect: 111.000.
ORCHARD BT. 33, It I I Sty tnmt
I t C Itikowlts, 10 Orchard st. owners)
il m oirauo, tit iiu r, urcfliiect;
ti.eoo.
niVKRSlDB DIllVB, 440 to 444, to a 13
INJTBPCTIONOJ
HOTELS.
10
.50 PER WEEK
for ont er two nerssos
DnnMV'lth rnnnlot bet
KUurtl W(j cold water
Room with prtrate bath
SO mhrntes from Bway;
steam beat! eltotrlo
Uinta; spacious vena.
das: rrery hotel eon-
vanienco ana ccsmroru
8CN
rAnixmEjovEnu.oixmo
Write tor Booklet
HOTEL SHELBURNE
8a End of Ocean Parkway
DDirUTAKI DriPU M B
uniuniun tjcnvn, n I.
Hotel
manbaitiM Square
50 to 58 Weit 77th Stmt
.. . . ,"A.notel Of, BetaeaienV'
"Ajnitia Sarroondiacs of Keanuamm"
"Oate-rlns to People of Keflaeaieuf
by the month, week or day
Waahlaatoa. D. C.
GRAFTON HOTEL
ETJBOPEAK PtA.V
Tt0B with runolns water, per day
Roo witk ssaaaftj pt oar
Room with runnln water. t3M 'per day
M5 per week, For two persons, STO waes .
Rultea ot Parlor. Bedrefar and .Bath. I
wnnaef B"0- wnw m, n tM
AroaWeka. Oateana w Beat.
KkXJUiifXXOH JfiuS. ntOriUSTrO.
, sly apartment A X Kaplan. II UfchciM I
pr. owner Kaufman Lln. " '
sen it. Brooklyn, rehtttetsi ItO.OtO.
ttaj.h or, is ana o. vt a 11 ty iuu
, 1'selflo Development Corp, prom"";
' owntr; Cttal Rtruotaros Co, 214 W 3Uh
. it, architect; 11,000. . ,
Tli AV( 414, l a4 sty 1st! and lr-
MurliU Realty Cofp, nrsmtses, ownsri L
Ae)htiwt, I4 ifowsry, sjrchlueti
ItTIt UT, 231 E, to a I sty efflee and
str Italian Labor Centre Rsalty Op,
premises, owntri f W Dtl Oaudlo, 8T0
Creston av, tromtsotl l04, . .
4ITH BT, til V. e a 4'sty store and
rooms A S Rumaion, prsrnUes, ownjri
Terwllllrer t, HoUn, 4(2 (tb av, archi
tects; (,000.
Brepx,
Jackson av, 1 cty brick studio, lrrID'f
vuuaiuu fj 1 (lib utuMtv wvi i v " ts
Win U Wlafr, till Bre4iy. P!'
dent; Uerb.rt 1 Krapp, til East ltth 1
st. architect! llMtO.
Lincoln AV.'n 'w cor 184th st. 4 sty
brick factory. SIMxIO ft A Jl Cameron
Piano Co, W Ktst H.Jd st, ownsri
Albsrt a Davis, East iJllh it,
architect) 11,000, 1
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
JOEl'II r. DAY, Kent Estate, Auctioneer,
JEItB JOHNSON, Jit.. CO.. Auctioneer,
sioNEV TO LOAN AND WANTED ON
1 $2,500,000 TO LOAN
oa mortnM's..Usnhsttan, Drooklra, Queesii
will make balUsjMwsBit low?)
DUROSS COMPANY,
188 nmadwsr. Thonw Bl0 Cortlsndt,
IONBYJ procured, ftrit, second morUi
rKATtdON A BON'S, 424 Et 7th ft., Ill
morlKfi.
rook
Itni wni. can stier 1
it.BOO wanted oa bond and morlrare, n pet
cent.: New Jrmey residence. l',,C. BCHALL,
room 10t!l. 120 Broadway.
CITV RKATi ESTATE.
HS Bmlness Property
CROSS & BROWN CO,
neat Eatata In all It" branches.
18 EAST 4lhT HT. 407 imoAnWAY.
B.e Apartinenta and tluainess Uolliilpci.
fieri I. fJ'TTnrA us th Ave
ti. u nave, tel v,naort,, 509I
JOHN M. THOMPfOM REAL ESTATE
317 Broadway. Telephony Parclay 2730.
lewis H. May Co. uhlBr.
J wnnn rn n vtt upseiaiist,
J.P.WUUU bU.;09 ftli at. Tel. Morn. Hts
DOUni.tS L. ELLIMAN ti CO.,
414 AiauiMn nr.. new vorK.
V'll. A. WHITE tt SONS,
46 Cedar tt.
Tel. C700 John.
From Datterr to 14tb Bt.. Intlailre.
I AVAILABLE
office space
Iwall'street
f Exporting Trade,
Steamship Companies,
! General Brokers.
9ElKht Story Office Building-, about
A roueiiion of entire DalltUitf
f MAY. 1920
a Price $360,003 Mortgiie $225,000
icitais iu rninuivALB
I. B. WAKEMAN, Aeent
130 Broadway. Plnne Cor t land t7S
llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiilir
ATTENTION :
Insurance Men
and Lawyers
Bee km in and Gold Streets
An all llitrt, terco story business
bulldln;, two corners, whole block
front, elevators, heat, tc. Pones
Ion of nearly all space Msy 1st,
1039. Atom 13,000 sq. ft araliihie.
Building will rent for
about 037,300 May let.
Bur now and arm your own
balldlnff before leases are
renewed.
rric4 f 300.000. Mortcaire 1133,000
Terms reasonable.
I. B. WAKEMAN,
a'
s
aasi A4Q IStUilunfiJi lliru7 III l 4 n ttm
HiiiiiiiiiHuimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKi
205 & 207 Duane St
Each 26x58
Bstory buildings
t
Possession May 1, 1920
i?ricBS7,500 each
CHAS. F. NOYES CO.
03 WllUam St, Phone John 2000
35 & 3) ROSE STREET
FOR SALE
Fouesilon of Store and Basement ond
I floors Slay 1, 1333. A modern' 7 story
building .with hist and elevator, con
taining 3.009 aq. ft. per floor.
113,000 oath required.
Wm. H. Whiting & Co., 41 Park Rw
LOIT building, six otorles, Prlsce M
SJx&S.d; rests. 39,400, abort lessesi price
343.000. aitAKUM. 170 Broadway.
POJiaEaaiON Immediately, sale or leas, so-
Ure two bulldlan.
174 and 170 Boom at..
comer of Roosevelt; stance or masnfactur-
log. bujsa, iso umjeiw ot., iroouyo.
Above ltth St. to 89th St. (Inclusive).
East Rlvir to North River. ,
ON WEST 14TH ST.,
NEAR 7TH AV.
7th-ar. subway express station at
corner; four atory DUildJns, 26x103
tt, suitable tor alteration, into tores
and Iofta; possession April 1st: con-,
tral, convenient location for almost
sny business; prico low: terms easy
(may lease). Owner, WILLIAM D.
KILPATRICK, 146 Broadway,
tSO BTBEET, HEAR 4TII AVENUE
Five Story Office and
Skowroom Baildiar,
X8xlU
. Paneiitoa 4 Floora Iraaidltuir. .
8alUbl( tor Mtrcanillt Coccara re, Av
Priet flZS.m.
JDQIUCH,
Tens.
john r:rui ca, 32 w. zsi su
LOFT bulldlnr, 2tz9Z, 7 atorr. In 20a. naar
Ctfc av.; ponaaalon May 1; renta tJO.OOO,
old reau tn.oooi lim stortfts i40,coo:
prlca Stl.COO. XT. U. 10 Ban-Harald
Itarltm.
LOB-r tulldlBr. It atorlaa. balow 10th at.'.
near tth a v., JlxIS, mortaajea tll,800:
prim $100,000, JU D., 103 Soo-nerald
Harlem.
S BUILDINGS. ON S18T ST.,
ltt'US WiiL Eaiilr altered for builneu.
Foaaeiilon May 1.US0. Price and partlenlara
191 Eait 58th iu 19x100. five itory Amirlein
batemeot residence, four bathe, butltr'a pan
try extraelon, batdwood floora aid electric
llabt: po""'""1 Jo"8 i: price iso.ooo. ' pkasb
t3S LEXlifMOW AVy .adjotalnr corner of
. WUi it., u teat wido; Una atory and
1. MtS at.. W feel wwbj una atory and
REAL EffJATB AT AtOnoW.
THEATRICAL
BOARDING
Wlien the Shopping and Theatre district , , L
was on Broadway, between ?3rd and 34th Streets,
the side streets west of Broadway
- ' became the Theatrical boarding house district.
Property in that district has Since That Time,
Tripled in Value.
Theatrical -boarding houses have always
preceded a great increase in the values of
,) properties in the district in which they have been located.
45th and 46th Streets, west of Broadway and Eighth
Avenue, are largely Theatrical boarding houses today.
This is the best indication
that they will rise tremendously
in value in the future
The Shopping, Hotel and Theatrical centre
of New York is settled for all time.
THAT IS THE DISTRICT FROM 34th TO 59th STREET
. BETWEEN 3rd & 10th AVES,
THIS IS THE HEART OF NEW YORK '
It is in this district, where the old type of buildings
still remain, which can be improved
for business or dwelling purposes,
that the surest profits will be made
Supremo Court Partition Sale, Charles F. Brown, Referee
kof the
HENRY ASTOR TRUST ESTATE
IVa.t AKtU StrAnt Mo
West 46th Street No!
IIVUI BUM vv
Wet 48th Street
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
West 50th Street
8th Avenue
9th Averun
10th Avenue
Most of the lcasen
Land only under the following buildings is to bo
expiring at dates, from May 1st, 1920, to May 1st,
Broadway No. 1531,
Mn
West vnn oueei
TVW i mm -
Wat 47th Street
West 49th Street
West 50th Street
West 51st Street
10th Avenue
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVATION,
at the HOTEL ASTOR, Broadway & 45th Street, 11 A. M.
70 may remain on bond and
mortgage for 3 years at 5.
For catalogue -and particulars apply to
J. Clarence Davies,
149th St. and 3rd Avenue, or 32 Nassau St. ,
Joseph P. Day, e? 1 street,
Agents and Auctioneers
MORRIS & MCVEIGH, No. 32 Liberty Street,
Attorneys for Plaintjff
Urn REAL ESTATB.
Abava Slth 8tHh At. ta Ew Wvr.
WONDERFUL PROPOSITIONS
TO 8MAX tNVasa". .. .
420 Eau 116th it-Flvi atorjr .iJouWt flat.
I'arkr whire
dar lo close .tatio.:v..7(
to t
h v
will m worm kv.vw
tak placa ahortlr
wow, ALS0
trill niv
flatwaitorj..
rota oxux u. 0. 1V .
vaiuneoK
Wslttr M. SmitH nwtdBt..w.T,
SEVEN
EN atorr oltlca bnlldle. bva SPth t.t
nnu
mlCB. fid
Vicisfr?
booss: li
a.i. '...a n.'.w w Ihw. funllv
nw. atorr loft bnlldlar.vlWiM.O. atxiTi
5af ill ia ranST J100.W0: pric
n. .t.rar.af'lort'oSu ttt !.
1 00.000. ,.,, . ... n,.,ilM.
TTlSiilNot6i AV.. clow to eiat it
t fiXlnilda: hardwood floor and elec
tric Uinta: ponesaton 4un 1: can by.bonxht
rlitlit. Terma to mil. rr.wt; i riio.i,
StS M adlaon at. 'Pnono Morrtr H1U (200.
Ahova Mth 8k-6th At. to North Rlrer.
rOCR STORY ANI BASBMEOT PHI.
81DK. ABOVB UDl TWO IjAKOB BOOMS
AKIl BATH. AFABTMESJ M
VtOOR I HOl'SE IN EXOEIXIOT CON-
BEQTJIKEO ABOUT W.O0O.
(Ol'dHMN CU8BV. ISC,
CQR.'WAY. 0O W 7P ST. COlw-441.
'L01VEK 10'S, NEAR CENTRAL PARK,
foor atory and, baaemeat -nrlTate dwolllMiaj
4L Irooti porseuloo 00 dajij price t3,000:
MKT MOB(3ENTHAU, JR., CO. ....
cos Broadway uort.-aMe.
" RIVERSIDE, CORNER
me. recognition. .mq. .v-
Tn Imu twantr-
A" pioYw'be liJhTclalty
of Sherman Moare, iiroeawar ana io k.
nuisi sur aoiai
( TEET front, near lSJlh. Lenox ay, one
j. two It toot brown
roorct. i bathsi Price lll.OM: worwaca
$15,000, flvo yean. BARGAIN, 1 Bon
Uerald Harltm.
WajMnrtoa Helhta, Abora ltJta St.
Wert of h At.
FOUR atory prirate bosee. vldalty 143th lid
BrSdwayj price, t6.600i art, JfceOO; pot
aeaalon tali years three year mortow
An. Advertisement in the Lott and
Ffl
Founi eohmns of T8B BUN AND NEW
TORE bbrajjD Mttn a row yottittwy
recover yMtr pnvwm.
REAL ROTATE AT AUCTION.
ma 5A1 9.4-1. pre. in 2fi7. inclusive.
148 & ISO; 252-265. 30M50,
516 & 518. wast win airesi no. y, m ioa.
454, 456, 458, N. E. Cor. 12th Ave., 641, 6t3 & 645.
489, 503, 537, 607, 72f to 742, 725 to 731, 83f.
650 to 658, o , . xr
689, 714 to 720; 726 to 732. 3rd Avenuo No. 704.
on .tho above property expire
1533, 1535 & 1537, N. W. Cor. 45th St. (Astor Theatre).
on tn 90C Riinii Mnrrvtm
, No 503 to 521. West 48th Street No. 504 to 514.
No. 457 to 461. . , ' '
No. 442 to 452; 647; land adjoining N, E, Cor. 12th Ave.
S. W. Corner nth Avenue; 602 to 610, inclusive.
.No. 691 to 695; 697 to 703; 722 & 724.
TUESDAY, MARCH 9th,
Cm REAL KSTATC.
Brooh of Manhattan SJlteellaneone.
Here's Your Chance
ftttr home tor May let oeoupancy,
on eaey termi; 31 ntlnutea from Penn
Station, It minute from ocean. In beau,
tlful reatrlcted park) all city Improve,
meat, llouao la 7 roeme. Colonial type
eonetruotlon; hardwood floor, tiled
batb with built-in tuba and ehoweri
mirrored doors in bedroomei beautiful
Oaturea: caa ranee; Kuud laetan'aneout
hot water heater; atcam beat! built-in
teeboxeei Itooaler cabinet ; roomy clo.
eu; larro porch with French doora
dpenlar Into llvlnt room. Tleautlful
decoration. Lawn traded and aeeded.
J. M. LEVY
201 West 33rd St., New York City
FOB SALE TO CLOSE ESTATE.
Fire story alnjle flats, plot 78x100) all letics
aiplre October next) parUealan to .principal
only. .P. J.ailS'qtXE CO., 1M llrwdtray.
TVIcpnpne uoruanot nia,
HOMES WITHIN THE HOUR
fflalal avemrhere. 'Phone, eall or writ.
J. Clarence Unties, 11 Nassaa tU John toil.
POSSESSION ENTIRE. LOPT BUlLUlNQ
Bcrink fired! 'llerlerat Texts' 131.000;
price a000. Ml "UIUM. 170 tVwsy.
164 Eait 4Oth.-iOxl02.xt fire ston apsrtmtat
bolldlnf. 323 Wt 83d at.: elxlOO; alx etory
eltrator apartaeat bnlldlaxi both ot theee
properties caa be bosxlit rlntt terms to. suit,
fii&fi A KLL1MAN, m0 llsdlios av. 'ItU
Murray HI11-W.
Borauch of Bronx SaJer Kent.
BROKERS & APPRAISERS
Leitner, 3rener St Leitnr, Inc.
PROSPECT AND WESTCHESTER AV3.
Boronih ot Brooklyn Sal or Rest.
POSSESSION APRIL 1st
Mocero one family, no basement, brewa
tone, bxek extesilon, 9 rooms, 2 baths, a
extra lavatories, laundry) brick crige, 3 cars,
rear drive; all parqitt, bnllt-la chin closet
and bookcase, open fireplace! bot water heat
and snpplyt iOiiJT) floe nelrt borbood I near
new inbwsy. B. S. HicCOEilACK, 1374 Oa
roll St.. Brooklyn. Telephone 2880 Decatur.
T. MARK'S AV., NEAR BEDFORD
Three story and basement, stone and brick,
11 rooms anil bath; price 110.1100; rash (4.000)
can be converted Into a two farallyrpoeveulon
May l. QA8COXNE, owny, 1304 Jamaica av..
HtiWaHllt
FOB eale-Ccroer.Y.0 apsrtmtat. S stores and
tarsttt steam heat) cood condition; S tain.
otee' walk ta WlUlamiburih Brian; rented for
over (8.000 per year; price $19,000) 113.000 ef
more-rash. Box 44. 308 Broadway. Brooklyn.
MtMOSTUWitrV
TtKAL fcSTATTl AT AtOTIOK.
HOUSES
358 - 372, 357-373.
May 1st, 1920.
sold, subject to leases,
1931. Some with re-
ThpatrpsV
1920
Title insured free by Title
Guarantee and Trust Co.
Boroach ot Brooklyn flals or Beat,
MODERN
FLATBUSH
HOMES
JOHN REIS CO., '
l(l FLATBTJsn AVE., BROOKLTN
Telephone Flatbush 1400
One corner, three story
Brick house for sale.
Up to date model house,
1265 Dean St., Brooklyn.
'6-FAMILY BRICK-$1 1,750.
flood
lAvrsrmegti near office; act qqlck.
CLAUSE, 137 lUIpl
ih ar., Brootira.
Broih of qaeens Sale or Bal
AT RICHMOND HILL SOOTH.
puitos il. "i,- msrsea
1 av. 10 ureenwgop a.
Weuc 0 oiera
souui.
I MSB
nTr tM Chelc
OnalUmllr Home
imnlllNl. S7.000.
Terms amnxrd. .
Office. 10T11 109th st. Bte Berreseatative.
GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN
Beautiful doom; lsneploli wldt bonlevardt
sear ution; hsir hour alssBstUuj
leetrlc lights, psrunstryi oseo flrtptaca, tile
hath; artlstlo decorations; Vt'Viifl;!
broktrsxei foreclosnre eltet 11800 cash, bU
essy paymantsi liberal dljeooat.
Owner, Telephone 6515 Hallts
FACTORT SITES
PloU from l.ooo to 4.
iv JbA.ia unrt siM IrisTt fimrtto
tlrloUd ion; iTjiubli for any Indialtr-
. n. w.. t . M II rt U 1
porfatlon to Itanhatun. 9o to II ro. ft.
fOKJ A. RAPKLTE. JOI1SI V. PBRRTV
Broadway. Elmhurst. ,
TWO story frame, coacrete floor. ilsS0;
two story dwelllnt end stshl. MxMl tojj
itobi ; dairy) ; V3leadal" rrooih Qtrnwi joo
rtaici rSasnnfaetttrert hMfJfJ-
Vf MII"Hililii " '
lTfi lid Kit H!
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