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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920.
21
REAL ESTATE NEWS,
NOTES AND GOSSIP
i
(Trading in Business Properties
' Lncks Features, but Shows
Itevivcd Strcugth.
Henry Mandel bouplit tho eisht tory
'ktitr Men-all & ConJIt warehotiM, Six
joifc JH nd 11C Wwt Forty-th Ird
street, adjoining: the Henry Miller
Theatre on the roat Th deal was no
,oilstr.l Irv Albert 11, Aslifor h. The
t.rot-'rty to the west was recently leased
hy the owner of the Claremont and
jinsiue. v,ho Intends to open another
lestaurant there.
Mr Mamlel nlno bought through
Jio'uslss ! Blllman A Co. und Albert
li Aeliforth frofn Llvlncston I'IioIimi.
:..'i.,h. r the American Consul at Home,
Italy, the eteht story, store and office
bulldlnc at 12 and H Kast l'orty-Mxtli
! 50x100. opponlto the Ulti-Carlton
Hotel and adjacent to tho new Martin
llockucll Corporation HullJImr. .NVro
Nations for tills transaction weru con
sulted by ruble.
, i)n Witt, of e Witt. Lockman
k Do Witt, rcpreserilliiB tho Wlekham
T.,.t ii.e flvo story bulldlnc, !5xl20, at
erf,
In Uwkmaii rtrect, thioiich to 85 Ami,
sliMt. ine HUHUinu " i-m-rvi i
Kcsson k Ilobblns unUI May 1.
The Fame biokcrs recently leased to Mc
Kelson & Itobblns four floors In tho
bulMInc nt 152-154 William street.
oim-d hy Ellas A. Cohen.
Henry Hot told for Thomas K. JJald
ln Jr.. to Ueorce Kamsey tho four
nory bulldlne at 211 East Forty-flfth
trcct, 15.5x100.5. W. S.'X A. S. Kutien
fteln, attorneys, represented tho tmller,
biiJ Hickman, Menken & (irlscom tho
liurrliaen
Knvrt k t'o. rolil for the Mldvalo
jl'li' Company Uie four-atory loft
Imildlnc at 23 West Thirtieth street to
hi hwartz & Kromin.
William II. Whltlne & Co. sold for
William U. (Joadby. executor, the five
story biilldlnc at 20G' Water street, S5x
5. 31 feet north of Fulton Btrcct.
M t I Hes. Inc., sold for Ixiuls Van
jllo.r und three story and four story
lear bulldlnf, 25x98.9, at 4S0 West
Twenty ninth street, to James Stanley.
Mlnrola Caraco at northeast corner
Fill -ninth street and Park avenue luis
Iwii uansf'-ircd by Its present owner?
to Pie Mlncola Opcratlnc Company,
imifli will rontlnu to run It as u ga-ras-
Jorih I. Day and William Pierre
JloiMn ero the brokers,
ft'pe & Urothcr sold for Martha and
JlOourt Uuinon 146 JJleeckpr street, a
thiec and a half story building and ex
tendi), with stote, 25x125, to Elcvla
Tulnla.
DiicllliiK nuiers Still Active.
f tldaard It. Stcttlnlus of J. P. Morgan
: (.0. sold tno rear portion or iu tasi
Elfhty-flfth street, 25.6x60, to Mrs. Regi
nald do Koven, widow of tho famoua
tomjojfr, who will add the realty to
the rear of her home at 1027 Tarn ave
nue Douglas U Klllman & Co. ncgotl
tted the transaction.
William Hand, now residing at 116
East Fifty-eighth street, bought the four
ftory house, 20x98.9, at 118 East Fortieth
street, about 125 feet west of Lexington
svenuc, from tho estate of Annie T.
l'omcroy.
Duff & Conger, Inc.. cold for L. Ham
mer to Margaret Colleran the residence
it 1183 Madison avenue, occupied by tho
teller for thirty years.
The ti nant of the live story residence
it 853 Park avenue, 17.8x80, adjoining
the southeast corner of Seventy-ninth
strset. has bought the property from
JIary M Wclr.
Charles Wjnne and Louis II, Low rc
.oltl to a client of IlaggMrom-Callen
Company 63 West Ninety-first street, a
four story dwelling, 20x100, recently
based from tho Strausbcnjer estate,
through Harry Sugarman.
Tease & Elllman sold for Judge Joseph
' Mulqurrn a six story dwelling, 18.6x
10. at 133 West Ninety-first street
Barnctt & Co. sold for a client of the
Kanawha Club, Pcrclval E. Nagle chair
man, 1110 lour siory dwelling ai rja-t
Madison avenue, 19x76; also for the
J.cvy estate the threa story dwelling at
1" East 127th street, 20x100.
Fltz Howell sold for the Equitable
J.ife Assurance Society the threo story
'King Model dwelling, with facilities for
n garage, at 250 West 139th street,
"x99.ll, to Dr. Gertrude Curtis Mc
pherson. Bertha Kolbe bought from Ucorca F.
Itendall tho three story dwelling at 117
west 120lh street, 17.10x03.1.
Tayson McL. Merrill Company old for
Ml t lillzabetn do la It. Itabut and Mrs.
K do la It. Pclllgrlnl to a client for oc
cupancy the three story dwelling 136
Kast Fifly-fourth st,. 17.10x one-half
block.
H L. Schrcnkelsen sold for Sarah A.
Clark to a client for occupancy the three
Hory and basement orownstonc dwell
ing 14 East 126th St., 18.9x100.
Apartment and Flat Sales.
Edward C. H. Vogler sold to a client
M Wolfe & Co. the Ave story apartment,
45.11x100. at 158 West 131st street,
southeast corner of Seventh avenue, for
the Helgov Realty Company.
Victor Freund & Sons, Inc., sold for
the Stranglelgh Corporation to DVed
erlck J. Shalek the two five story apart
ment houses, 63x100.5, at 151 and 153
Kast Fiftieth street, W. S. and A. 3.
Katiensteln, attorneys, represented the
purchaser.
Charlotte Hlmmelwelt sold to Anna
Kancel the five story flat at 531 East
Tih street, 25x100.
Aaron Wollhelm sold' 161 East Sev-rnty-clghth
street, a five story flat, 25x
102 2.
? 1,300, COO Jlruic Store Lease.
The Liggett Company, drug stores,
Itased from tho Dalrlada Realty Com
pany tho two story and basement build
ing. 89x100, at the southeast corner of
Broadway and Forty-ninth Btreet,
through to Seventh avenue, for twenty
ene years with one renewal privilege.
The total rental is approximately $1,
BOO.000. Harris, Vought & Co. and
Herbert Hecht-H. C. Kopp Company ne
gotiated the deal. Stoddard & Mark,
attorneys, represented the lessor and
Loy M. Sterne the lessees.
$1,000,000 Lease an Park Piace.
Payson McL. Merrill Company leased
fr twenty-one years, with the privilege
o' renewal, for Morris Fatman to the
ews Syndicate Comjany. Inc., Joseph
J SM,ram President and Robert R.
JlcCormlck vlcc-piealderit, publishers of
the .Yeicj, 3 nn() .5 Parlt pIuce a flve
"iry .bulldfng. 65x152. Irregular, run
ng through to 20 and 22 Murray st.
The gross rental for the first term Is op
rrnvlmatel" iinrinflnn
The property adjolna the elevated sta
''n at Church at. and Is three doors
st of tho American News Company
Jiuildlng The entire property wilt be ex
"nslvely altered and a number of the
Jatm m,dc presses tnstAllod.
Will Dnlld In Gedner Farm,
prince & Rlpicy, inc., 0ld a vacant
p ot on the Esplanade, facing the Ged
vL. Frm HoteI' ' Gedney Farm,
""Its Plams, N. T for the Gedney
iarai Company, to George Backer,
Pro!nrnnt yr. u..iu ,
"""" intend! to Improve the property
immediately rrrth n number of high
Wats residences, and has engaged War-
oetmore as archltecU.
MISCELLANEOUS LEASES.
'laggstrom-Oallcir Company leased for
lycnty.ono years, at an aggregate rental
rr i32S.onn 11.. i.r --.
H-cnt buildmr at 41 and 43 Vfcat Sixty- j
third street, adjoining Broadway, COx
100, for Dora SUnwolg to tba King Tire
Company of New York and Boston,
The building was formerly owned by
Kiss, Doerr A Carroll, horse dealers, and
was sold at auction last fall.
Cross & Brown Company, with Henry
fihnplro & Co., leased to the Feldman &
Dunne Shoe Company of Chicago a
20 foot store at the northeast corner
of Broadway and Forty-first street, for
twenty years at a rental aggregating
3900,000.
Carsteln & I.lnnekln, Inc., leased the
rear of the main floor In tho Park How
Uulldlng to the Franklin Society for
Horns Building and Savings, This in
stitution has been located for moro than
thirty-two yeari at 38 Park now, also
leased the basement In the samn build
ing, containing 10,000 square feet, to
mo Mercantile Lunch company, and or.
flceato the Belmont Iron Works, Amer
ican Transinarlno Company, Marconi In
ternational Communication Company
Interoccan Manufacturing Compnny,
.Slavonian Trading Corporation, Durand
Steel Locker, Company, Sollhaben & Co,
and Chas. Hardy, Inc.
Harris, Vought & Co. leased offices In
260 Madison avenue to M. (Schroeder,
estate of A, M. Ilcrnhelm and F. B.
Nile's; In 15 and 17 East Fortieth street
to J, Arkcll, Paul Hlrsch Itlce Company
and If. F. Nlelson.
Amen & Co. leased store In 497 Sevi
enlli nvenuw to Chagnon & Co.f nlso
loft In 122 West Twenty-ninth street to
O, Slnrtlnex; third floor In 69 West
Twenty-fourth ktrcet to Murray Krao
mer, and first floor hi 13 West Thirty
fourth street to J. Dubow.
Charles M. Noble leased store and
basement In 581 Madjson avenue to A.
Lowenbcln d Sons for Dempaey ti Car
roll, represented by Brooks & Momandi
the second floor In 13 Eaat Forty-seventh
street to the fitanwood Rubber
Company, and the third floor to tho L.
& S. Feather Company ; also apartments
In 0G9 Fifth avenue to Mrs. Ada N
Thompson and A. William Bahr.
Joseph V. Day leased for the Trans
atlantic and Far Easl Steamship Com
nany to Lackey & Collcn ofllces in 111
Broadway; also offices in 115 Broadway
to Redondo Sutton.
Payson McL, Merrill Compnny leased
for a long term for Charles J. Symington
to Mrs. Cordelia Biddlo Duko tho four
story dwelling at 113 East Sixty-second
ttreet.
BRONX THANH ACTIONS,
Charles S. Kohlcr, Inc., sold for tho
Young Holding Corporation 2302 Vul
cntlno avenue, northeast corner of 183d
street, a five and one-half story apart
ment. 63x69. renting for Jie.ooo.'
E. Osborno Smjth, Inc., sold for
Charles Mohr tho, apartment houso nt
13U5 Andrews avenue,
Melstcr Builder, Inc.. sold the three
story brick and frame dwellings, on a
plot 50x100.x Irregular, at 518 and o.u
Tlmpson place, near 149th street.
James J. Etchlngham sold for Philip
Kress to Peter Confortl 1190 Ouden
avenue, a two story frame dwelling,
25x195.
Isldor Kahn resold for John Eraser
to Sum Cohen the two story frame
dwelling at 1351 Clinton avenue, 25x
137.
BROOKLYN MARKET REPORTS.
Burling Realty Company sold 224
Monroe street, a four story flat, for
Mary Young; 135 Kosciusko street, a
two story dwelling, for A. MacNIcholl;
619 and 653 DeKalb avenue, two two
story dwellings, for E. E. Plerson; 336
Joy street, a three story dwelling, for
J. J. Kenny; 128 Kosciusko street, a
two story frame dwelling, for Mr. Lcf
kowltfc; 60 Hicks street, a three story
frame dwelling, for Mr. McNaboc; 146
Kosclurko itreet, a two story frame
dwnUlaf, for Mrs. S. li Gray, and 55
DulTlfild street, a three story brick
dwc.lmg. for D. Donolll.
TanKoos, Smith & Co., with Harris,
Vought & Co. leased at a rental aggre
gating 160,000 store and basement In
tho property owned by Philip E. Smythc
nt 5422 Fifth avenue the ground floor
ond basement to the Regal Shoo Com
pany. Ul'EEXS-RICHMOND DEALS.
Orel Construction Company. Dr.
Charles It. Motak president, sold to
Herman Kleefeld through Minor L.
Piatt the Bellectalre Apartments, lOOx
125, at 590-596 Fourth avenue, Astoria.
William D. Bloodgood & Co., Inc.,
leased to Koons & Schuck, Inc., for ten
years property with a frontage of 123
feet on Flushing River and 200 feet In
depth, formerly occupied by tho Knick
erbocker Ice Company. Tho lessco will
erect coal pockets of at least 5,000
tons capacity on this site.
ftornel us G. Kolfl sold for Carl V.
Grleshaber two lots In Fourth btreet,
Egbertvlllc, S. I, to Bruno Rago.
SUBURBAN TRANSACTIONS.
Howard Seller Company sold a house
In Held avenue, Crcstwood, N. Y for
Mrs. Alice May Hayhurst; also leased
furnished for the summer, H. M. Ly
denberg's property In Oxford road.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Immediate Possession!
Do you realize
How much that means TO-DAY?
Several of the houses to be sold
at the
Ofaldorf Fmm
fjotel
.Ith Ave. at 34th Street
Next Wednesday Night
(June 16th)
You Can More Into At Once
All have possession on or
before next Fall.
We particularly call your atten
tion to-day to the fine 3 ilory houtes
111-113-115-117 E. 81st St.
(Just off Park Ave.)
Modern Houses on full 20 ft. front lotf .
I'osesslon of two at onco. Caretaker
on premises.
Or phone Cort. 3963 for appointment.
It's Not Too Late Look at Once
Other ofTrttnxv
1(10-171-13 W. 100 East J-'d St..
lJth.St.. 3 sty. 4 Hy. dwelling on
dwelling on lot lot 18x104,4.
21x103.-1. 1610 Islington
77 Kat Mth St..
4 tty. dwelling ou
lot 10.8x7S.10.
MS-RSO-A.V2-S.lt
Islington Av.. 3
sty. dwelling 00 lot
16.8x80.
070 Lexington
Av.. 3 Hj. dwell
ing on lot 17.CXGO.
Av.. 3 ty. dwell
ing on lot 10. 7x7 J.
llOKnatCOth St..
4 sty. dwelling on
lot 201100.5.
101 WestMthSt..
3 sty. dwelllra on
lot 10.2xlOO.8K.
331 West 81th St..
.1 tty. dwelling on
lot 18.0)1x103.2.
JiotOFMDMY. cettrjssee.
and
0 fi7 Liberty St. Crt, 711.
Aicnis ana Auciioanri
3i
Scarsdale, N, T., to Mrs. Julio vT.
Wolff.
Fish & Marvin sold for Van V. Prultt
his houso In Birch road, Yonkers, N, T.,
to Lloyd Carpenter.
Robert E. Farley Organization rented
for i li. Katley his house in Fisher
avenue, White Plains, N. V., to Joseph
Hirschman.
Frank Hughes Taylor Company sold
for ntchard D. Curfler to Jamca W.
Amca tho dwelling, 85x140, at 21 High
land avenue, Montclalr, N, J,
IIHALTV JOTTINOK.
Raymond V, Roberts, formerly of
Harris, Vought & Co., has been elected
ylro-prcstdcnt of tho Fldelltas Realty
Company and will devote his tlmu to di
recting the realty Interests of tho Guar
anty Trust Company,
Harrison S, Colburn and George A,
Churchill were the brokers In tho leat.o
of tha Qulntard Iron Works, fronting
on tho Kast River between Tenth and
I'lev'enth els., to the Washburn-Crosby
Company for a flour warehouse for local
distribution,
Albert B. Ashforth, Inc., have been
appointed agents for the following prop
REAI ESTATE AT AUCTION.
TO-MORROW
$10 Secures a $100 Lot $20 Secures a $200 Lot
$50 Secures a $500 Lot
10 on Day of Sale, 20 in 30 Days, 70 on Mortgage
ABSOLUTE PUBLIC AUCTION
2,000 HOME-BUILDING LOTS
TO BE SOLD IN SEPARATE LOTS
JAMAICA ESTATES
JAMAICA,
505,
605'2,
706
Liberty
67 Liberty Street
Phono Corlandt 744
New York City
M
Savi
AUTOMOBILE ROUTE (via 59th
From Flabush Ave., Brooklyn al
FREE Railroad Tickets, for Special Trains on application
At Auctioneer's Office, 67 Liberty St, or from my Representative
at Special Train Gate before train time.
Busea will alio meet all expres traina at Jamaica (main ttation) all day to-day and to-morrow
According to the Census
1200 PEOPLE A WEEK
Move into the Bronx
A great many are settling along the Subway
In the neighborhood of the Burke Foundation property
That's why this property should
increase rapidly in value
That's why you should go to the auction sale by
THE BURKE RELIEF FOUNDATION
OF 1400 LOTS SUITABLE FOR HOMES
WITHIN THE 9 FARE ZONE
on Boston Post Road, Burke Ave., Gunhill Road and Adjoining Sts.
between 204th and 212th Streets
At the Hotel Astor,
JUNE 22nd, 23d and 24th.
80 can remain on mortgage
GO EXAMINE THE PROPERTY TO-DAY
Take Bronx Park Subway to Burke Avenue or Gunhill Road
Station. Property ii a few minute' walk eait of Station.
Morris & McVeigh,
33 Liberty St.
Fred'k H. Denman,
tjo Broadway
Att'ys
ESTABLISHED JULY, 1817
BRYAN L. KENNELLY
BRYAN I KENNELLY, INC., WILL SELL
AT AUCTION
TO-MORROW
At 2 P. M. on the Premises
A HANDSOME RESIDENCE AND
87 CHOICE HOMESITES
at HILLCREST
Bcrgcnfield, New Jersey. Opposite Dyckman St. Ferry
erties: 104 West Forty-ninth at., 805
S.xth av. and C6 West Fifty-first st.
George Comfoi t negotiated tha sale to
Alfred M. Rau of the dwelling at is
Weat Fifty-ninth st. for Ella Do P.
Schwartz,
L. Walter Bitting la tho buyer of
the two flvo story apartments at 516 to
620 Weat 175th st,
Real Estate Owners Association will
meet this evening in Turn Hall, Lexing
ton av. and Klghty-flfth st. Nathan
Illr.vh will bo the principal guest.
Beth Abraham Society (Mrs, A, L.
Alpcrstcln president) filed plans for a
flvo story homo to be erected at tho
southeast corner of Allerton av, and
Bronx Park East. Hugo Taussig, archi
tect, estimates tho cost At 1225,000.
Tho Now York Title and Mortgage
Company made a 1100,000 loan on n
first mortgage on a 100 foot frontago nt
137, 139, 141 and 143 West Forty-ninth
street,
lUH.MB AT IIROUKLYN AUCTION.
A total of 143,145 was realized at tho
executors and trustees auction hold
Tuesday night In the Brooklyn Exchange
by tho Jcre Johnson Jr. Company.
HEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
On
Rain
OF
Borough of Queens, NEW
may remain
on mortgage
TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
POLICIES FREE
rty Bonds will be accepted at f I I
arket Valuo on day of Sale f j A
rings Bank Books accepted at vTUJa yfL
epo.it, on proper ...ignmont. (2-
Deposit
Street) Qucensboro Bridge, Qucensboro Boulevard to Hillside Ave ue
to Jamaica Estates.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO-MORROW
From Penn. Station ssd st. & 7th Ave L 1 O 1 C
Send for particulars
J. CLARENCE DAVIES, 149th St. & 3rd Ave.
JOSEPH P. DAY, 67 Liberty Street,
Agents and Auctioneers.
IN TUB AUCTION ROOMS,
(14 VESBV BTREET),
By Joitph P. Day,
WKST 14TH 8T. 4S, s a, J70 ft of lh av,
23x103.3, 0 story loft and star building!
Central Union Trait Co vs 11 H B Co tt
n,t i,riuu , rrnr. .Hiiro i iubii" wuuvii
V Itfi due, 1101,043.51 i to the Plaintiff.
(DRONX EXCUANQE).
By Hnry Brady.
CA1SI.KY AV, n a ror Fairfax av, MhlOO,
vacant! Prank rtauch vs Mary F McOra I
t all Michael 11 Mclfush, atty! Domlalck
L O'nellly. raft due, $025; taxaa, te, IWl
to the plaintiff........' 004
By Joitph P. Day,
CAST 144TH BT. n w cor Southern Boule
vard. 48xl01.7xMhMO to Walia av xx
201,11, 3 itnry dwelling and vacant! Jonph
Hhrnlt vs Wm llrooln et ali Morrison It
Hchlff. ultys; Innes WhltaXar, refi due.
yi,00d.S0; tap(c, S7H3.00S to '"Jjjj
By James J. Donovan.
BAST 173H BT, BOO. n s, 87.K ft 0 ef Bath
gain av, 28x73, 4 itory tmementi Bhirlff a
anle, all right, title, io; adjourned to Juno
roWKLXt AV, 2311, n s. M.7 ft of Have
moyer av, M.4xl03. varanti RoVf'.S
Hehlegel va Charles H Ahlln t al! MIohMl
n MrHugh. attyi Jc V Mchje, refi due.
l,80O; taxes, 4c, 4SO; to Petir CorroH.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Premises, at 1 P. M.
or Shine, in Large Tent
YORK CITY
I'lml.Ki HAI.K
COTJNTItY ESTATE.
Tuttikf. Jun 15. 19:0, at txo P. M., on
th premlKf. property of th lite Thorai.i
JUddotk. at Llbsrty Corner, Somenet Coun
ly. coiulitlne ot:
170 acres.
Ltrgt country house. 2: reonu and S baths,
Modern Improvements.
2 complete tenant hone..
Water supply from 15.000 (alien reservoir.
Farm buildings suitable for acreage.
Beautiful 4anns and shade treej.
The above property with stock. Imple
ments and crops, growing and In the barns,
to be sold as one parcel.
This estate, located a short automobile dis
tance from D., L. & W. In the Far Hills,
Bernardsvllle section.
Present fanner willing to remain on suit
able terms.
CHAKLE8 S. MADDOCK, Executor.
. . Trenton. New Jersey.
llEnOEItT VAN PELT. Auctioneer,
Iteadbgton, New Jersey.
Ali Advertisement in ,tie X,o and
fo:;sd Colzzizs at TBS SVX AND NE'r
j TORK HERALD offers a real ponl&dijy
1 nt rfratrinn fiour lost nrnnmrlu
-1 r r r "
HEAL ESTATE AT AUOTION.
ADMINISTRATORS SALE
Thursday, June 17
AT NOON IN SALESnOOM, II VEBEY ST.
7o Close Estate ot Mary J. Kin&sland, Deceased.
V. EVERIT MACY and W. KINGSLAND MACY, '
Adrrnnistrators.
1026 FIFTH AVENUE
(Between 83rd and 84th Sts.)
Opposite Central Park,
l-ive story mansion containing 32 rooms and 9 baths on plot 36.6x100.
Humes, Buck, Smith & Tweed, Eiqi., Attorneys
24 Broad Street, N. Y. C.
66 2-3 may remain on mortgage for 3 years
Send for Booklet
67 Liberty St.
New York City
CITY REAL ESTATE.
A!me lt(li St. to 55th St. (Inclutlte).
East Itltrr to North ltlter.
FOR SALE
RIPE FOR ALTERATION
28.4x100.2x142.6
A very desirable piece of property, t
Situated in the Chelsea district.
At pruent occupied at front and rear apartments.
Can be altered to inull suites very readily
WITHOUT GREAT EXPENSE
Three" itory building in rer suitable for ttrtc
live Studio with rear entrance.
Present leases expire October (int.
For Particulars apply to
JOHN J. HALLERON
252 West 138th Street -
Telephone; 1998 or 1003 Audubon.
Abotr 10th Nt.-5tli Av. to North HUcr.
BUY AN APARTMENT
AND
OWN A CITY HOME
In The
CoriNgton flpmmm
Central Park West, N. W. Corner 70th Street
We are offering on tho co-operation plan
Suites of 10 and 11 room each with 3 baths
Subscription to the capital atock in the corpor
ation owning the property in amounta of from
$20,000 to $33,000
The subscriber ia entitled to a 99 years leaae of the apart
ment aelected without further payment of rent. We are
limited to IS apartments.
Prompt action, insures best selection of location.
Full particulars from
SUWSON&flOBBS
162 West 72nd St..
norouh of Queens fialo or Kent.
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
4, 5 and 6 Rooni
New "Garden" Apartments
7t
umonJfeigAts
PLAN OF
TENANT -
OF APARTMENTS
Is the Original Tenant-Ownership Plan
Based on the desire of the average family for a good
home In a firmly established residential community
at fixed rents that cannot bo increased.
"Selected" and resident owners enjoy tennis, golf,
and all forms of recreational and social activities,
and have 'playgrounds for children.
References Required.
The Queensboro Corporation
mannaitan unice
50 E. 4Zd St., Cor. Madison Ato
Telephone Murray Hill 70J7
Take Queensboro Subway at Grand Central Station (Corona Line)
direct to 2$th Street Station.
22 MINUTES FROM 42D ST.
MONEY TO LOAN AND WANTED
ON BOND AND M0ETGAOE.
JOHN FINCK
1H
n'way.
no f! Pnnter Inc Mortae Brekers
CITY REAI ESTATE.
EDWARD J. nOOAN.
Woolworth Uulldlng.
Itenl Estate
Insurance
Loub Carreau """'S, ;ffjgy;
"LET BOSSERT BUILD IT'
THE flUEENanORO CORPORATION.
M Ettss awi ot.. S.OT. auuuson av.
WILLES KAY 970 A?, at 71st St.
Aboe Uth St. to Stth St. (Inclahe).
East Rher to North Hit rr.
Immediate Possession
BIG SACRIFICE
19 West 16th St., 25x92 Ft.
Four story and basement, private
house, 18 rooms, every modern Im
provement. Good for business, social
or residential purposes. Apply on
premises or
DAVID PASINSKY,
Brokers Protected.
153 B'WAY, PHONE BATtCLAT 2944.
Office Hours, 3 to 5 r. M.
Plob for Garage or Warehotue,
, Wet Side, near U st.
rbns scniuo, iti west zu st.
Abovo 8Jth Bt. ffth At. to East Blrrr.
AMERICAN BASEMENT
II feet. East (Vs. unsauai :iri;r.;
apartment and two suites ot bachelor apart
ments: attractive price and terms)
s u risnxB co.. to east ud bt,
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Telephone
Cortlondt 744
CITY REAL ESTATE.
Aboiei Hlh St. to ROth f.t. (lnclusle).
East Itlter to North Itltcr.
Tel. 7240 Columbus.
Dorouih ot queens Bale or Itent.
OWNERSHIP
For further details call or write
Jackson Heisrhta Offl
Opp. 25th St. Subway Station.
leiepnone Newtown Z3l
Abate BStls St.-Jth Av. to North Ilher.
S8TII STREET.
Between
West End Av. and Illvenlde Drive,
Four-story,
14 Rooms, 3 Baths. Fine House.
Oargaln to quick buyer, immediate
possession. Also
SSI) HTRKET,
4-story and basement, 20x102.
Trice 1.12,000 to quick buyer,
. ti. U I'AKA8,
21 Park Row. Tel. Barclay STS3.
113 WEST 96TH STREET
Unly $8,000 Ush Required
Five story double apartment, 31x100:
Price 143,000, balance at DM, three
years; monthly tenants: brokers pro
tected. F. B. ROBERT. 1B0 Broadway.
PRIVATE DWELLING,
esi aist st.. 3 story and basement, to
roonns hardwood trim: price 121,000 (sub-
CHAS. B. VAN VALEN. INC..
P5 WILLIAM BT. TEL. 20S JOHN.
BEST S story. 60 feet double, on West Side.
Trreat raom nhtnlmhla PH.. tj.
Ground value. No leases.
SLAWSU: & UOBBS, 163 West ltd St..
RECOVERED!
That Is almost the dally exclamation
ot dellfhted people who He The Sun
nd New Tork Herald for recoveries;
loit urtldea of any description.
Telephone Greeley 6000
CITY REAL ESTATE.
Abort flOth 8. 3th Av. to North Itlftr.
r
NEW BUILDING
A FEW APARTMENTS LEFT
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
' 225 Weat 71st Street
Just west of Broadway.
3, 4 and 5 Rooms.
Free rent for Co-opcrativo
Buyers.
Apply on premises, or
EARLE & CALHOUN
512 West tti Bt.
Columbus 5119.
A BARGAIN
$15,000 CASH
Apartment House 20 Families
4 and 5 Rooms,
122.4 West 00th Street.
Size 42 a 100.11
Rents $10,000; Less Than
$10 Per Room.
Price $70,000.
EARLE & CALHOUN
212 West 72d St. Tel. 7240 Col.
Owner Must Sacrifice
I PMV ATCDMTIXINCS IN WEST 70H
$5,000 CASH EACH
20 foot front, 4 itorv and bate
menjUpotieision 90 days. Price
$26,000 each. Principals only.
Quick Action necessary.
E. C. H. VOGLER
81I ST. te. AMSTIIIIDAM AVE.
Tel. Hchujler 0141
PRIVATE DWELLING,
. . BOTH KT., NKAIl 8TII AV.
1'rlce S-,7,e0l poMrsklon llrtubrr 1, 1D-0.
J.UU19 SWIUAtl, 113 West Z3U SI.
Waililniton
Ifelfhts, Ahflfe
lWth 81.,
West of tb Ar.
UKBT six story elevator liousa on HeUlits
for the money, one block from suloy, all
small apartments, nine on each floor; 123.
100: price $3:0,000; rents 118.000.
aLAwso.N 4 nonns. its V!
est ISi St.
Dorouih ot Manhattan Miscellaneous. H
110.000 rash, .Flva 5 story triple flat.
25-1U mort(tagea 133.000. Old rents IT.0U0,
Nrar llrondivny. Good condition.
SI-AWSON k I10U1IS, 1 West ltd St.
llorouth of rtrookljn Snlo or Bent.
LEAVING TOWN; MUST SELL 3
VALUABLE LOTS ; PLOT 6flxl00 r
RIPE FOR IMPROVEMENT; BEST ,
SECTION OF BENSONHURST;
PRICE $4,500; FIRST MORTGAGE ;"
$2,000; TERMS TO SUIT. PHONE
7284 BENSONHURST. E. BERGER,-m!fV
86TH ST. AND 21ST AV. '
SACRIFICE-3 VALUABLE LOTS;
BEST SECTION OF BENSON- .
HURST; 60x100; PRICE $4,500; "
FIRST MORTGAGE $2,000; TERMS'
TO SUIT; OWNER GOING TO
EUROPE. PHONE 7284 BENSON- .
HURST. E. BfcRGER, 86TH ST.,!"
AND 21ST AV.
TWO FAMILY HOUSE.
11 nOOHS, 2 BATHS-TOR BALK,
irm Muter heat, electricity, aas. ttn.
parages, pint 1(1x111: elegantly located at
Gravesend, 18 Neck rd 3 minutes to I, and
subway; can ue seen auemoons. i-jionp
IDAS Coney Island.
OQSS SSIN05tHAM
CSATtSTAT 0ROOm.YH N.Y.
Borough ot Queens Sale or Henl.
fpebsonj&tgftts
Sf PLAN OF
OF APARTMENTS
4, 5 and 6 Rooms
NTow Ready for Occupancy
For itlalh adit 01
The Queensboro Corporation
Manhattan Office, Jackson Heights Office,
50 K. 4 2d St. Opp. 25th St. Sta.
Phone Mur. Hill 7037. 1'bone NewtownWil
Qunmbofo Subuau to 15 Si. Corona Line.
r.RFAT HOUSE BARGAIN
er aa 1 U. . ..(. .1 CIA tfn linnaa fnea. ' I
closed site; tine turroundlnga ; near ttatton
h.if hnur MftnhdttaJi. ItrtTfl Dlot: wlda bouli-
vnnl; parquetry, open tlreplace. tlld bath
Jlled Kiicncn, arxiBiio ofcjintiuni, f,w
CeVSn; easy nHIlli n,o Miuavina-.
Telephone OWNER, 6515 Hollii
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
S0.00O Square Ft. 100.000 Nqunre Ft.
CENTRA IXV I.6(!ATiI.
ItAII.ll(IAI) FIIONTAUK.
JOHN N. BOOTH,
g TTnlon Hall Ht.. Jamaica.
BENJ. H. SWEETpel1 Phone 410
3SS Fulton St.. Jamolca. Jamalea.
EEA1 ESTATE OUT OF CITY.
Lone Island Sale or Bent.
Family Desiring
To Travel
Wilt sell their attractive all-the-ycar
home, 0 bedrooms, 4 baths, larea
lhlnsr room, open fireplaces, hot
water heat: sun parlor: screened
porch: large conservatory: carats;
handsome trees, lawn, shrubbery;
convenient to village and water;
excellent nelthborhood; plot SuuxSOO.
Trice $10,000. Apply
JEREMIAH ROBBINS
Babylon, I- I.
Tel. Babylon. 22.
Water Front North Shore
Ccntreport Harbor, L. I.
127 acres, two-thirds mile beach; wooded
slope rises gently 100 feet to extended pla- ;
leau. Fate harbur all weathers, owner, J, ,
j, aMjIIN. 189 Jlontsgue St., Brooklyn, 4,
SANDS POINT WATER FRONT
Rent, completely furnished, June 16 to Oct
1, 2,0O0i small family adults only: 6 bed
rooms, 4 baths: garage 2 cars; French cook
and butler to stsy on place.
Pell & Tibbits
freeport, n. y.
ItJOO 7 room house near trolley.
ilO.WO 10 room house, all modem
improvenienisi nrsr ucpot nu kihiw,
Other prop run, large ana so
CLARKNCR A. EDWARDS.
HESSELS
Ionr Island Real Estate.
1 Wsst 24th Bt 'Phone Greeley iXTt.
1i H70LF- 11,0 n'wr-" f
(v W Excsptlonal bargaUa
e Vie fl en the North Ihere.
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