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BUILDING PERMITS | FOR WEEK INCREASE jrotal of $1,036,850. Nearly SBO.- • 000 Above Figures for Last Sim ‘ ilar Period, Is Shown. I jj(350.000 RESIDENCE PLANNED jCatholic U. to Erect Laboratory at Cost of $90,000. r • An increase of almost $90,000 over last week is shown in Hie building hermits for the last seven days. Per fnits this week total $1,036,855. Among the permits granted are those for Several large construction under takings. one a $350,000 residence on 16th street, a $90,000 stone labora tory at the £atholic University and a public garage at 3017 K street jiorthwest. Many dwellings and Stores are planned. ; The permits for this week are: j S. Lt Slocum, to repair 2201 R fetreet; cost. $4,500. ; Mount Moriah Baptist Church, to •rect church at 1033 3d street south vest; cost, sllu,ooo. f H. E. Smithy, to erect six dwellings at 1313-1323 Buchanan street; cost, $30,000. ' O. J. l.ynn, to erect dwelling at j $826 Kvaits street; cost, $4,500. < E. Soper, to erect dwelling at 1617 i fcOth street southeast; co it, $4,000. < 1- S. Bahnsen, to erect dwelling at I 2024 Monroe street; tost. $7,500. i - C. H. Davidson, to erect brick dwelling at 1616 16th street north west: cost, $350,000. , Potomac Electric Power Company, to repair, 13th and D streets north past; cost, $16,883. . M. A. Baggett, to erect store at | 201 Upshur street; cost, $5,000. ■ B. Huchison. to erect dwelling at | 1629 30th street southeast; cost,! *5.4 42. Washington Sanitary Improvement I Company, to erect eight dwellings at 12 to 26 Bates street; cost $60,000. J Brouman & Stratokas, to repair S2OB O street northwest; cost, $2,000. • J. O. White, to erect dwelling at 240 Hillside place; cost, $2,500. ; S. J. Washington, to erect dwelling pt 4806 Hayes street northeast; cost, f 6.200. ■ J. Veal, to repair 311 3d street Northeast; cost, $3,000. *" Taylor & Hedges, to erect dwelling it 2626 36th place: cost. $17,000. ; Taylor & Hedges, to erect dwelling (U 2733 35th street; to t, $30,000. Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church, so erect church at 4231 Kessenden Street: cdst, $20,000. • Catholic University, to erect stone laboratory on Bunker Hill road; cost, 190.000. *• R. Schwertner, to erect dwelling gt 3311 South Dakota avenue north east; cost. $7,000. i W. H. Schrom, to repair 012 Penn sylvania avenue; cost. $2,000. ; J. C. Stoner, to erect dwelling at j >5Ol Alaska avenue; cost, $13,500. * • C. Pohinson. to erect dwelling at ; 2810 Davenport street; cost. $3,000. \ • National Construction Companv, to 1 erect dwelling at 3431 20th street I Tiortheast: cost. $6,000. ' Uanshurgh A- Brother. to repair | 120-430 7th street: cost. $20,000. j ; I. Kahn, tp erect store at 737 7th ! (greet; cost, $5,000. ! C. K. Bright et al., to erect puh'ic * parage at 2017 K street. Cost. $40,000. j 1 P. Holmes to repair 1450-1466 T 1 street. Cost. $1,500. • O. E. Reed to erect six dwellings Pi 302-312 Bryant street northeast. Post, $30,000. W. 1.. Thornton to erect four dwell rigs at 317 to 323 Aspen street. Cost 16.800. 1 R- H. Johnson to erect dwelling at 4230 Foote street northeast. Cost. $2,200. V. Cahill to repair 1622 H street. Cost, sin.oon. J. <’. Philips to erect two dwellings Exceptional Homes —Ideal Environs We take grgat £nde in recommending th ese selected homes, pictured below, as hetng among the most salable on the market. PRICES RANGE FROM $14,000 to $19,000 CHEVY MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE HEIGHTS 30 WEST UNDERWOOD STREET U half d WMt eC of y cSnTAve. th M .... f A *»ew England coloniall home having a frontage, of practical and spacious in Us arrangement—extra large |“ 0 feet and surrounded b> large shade trees. Center-hall living room, attractive brick open fireplace, three real bed- ,; . ,an we .i arriinged rooms, two completely appointed rooms, complete tiled bath. sJatr roof, all walls attractively H o ba . ths W,th bu ' ll .‘ in h «rdwood floors on both tinted. BUILT-IN GARAGE. Lot 60x125. hedge, shrubbery. \) C I ? pp J,° v ? ch to att ns !f ntaneo u 9 heater. BLUpl and an abundance of shade. £ GARAGE. Th.s property Is brand-new and represents j the utmost in value. Drive out Mass. Ave. to 36th Street A then south to Davis Street. Ik! ■| ■' A. I A wide and roomy home on beautiful Newark Street, __ IVLIPULL IVU/IIS U.fl. high elevation, within two squares of John Eaton School, |y| just off Woodley road at 32d street. English type home. 11l 1" one-half square of bus service. Diving room with beamed constructed of brick, hollow tile and stucco. There are celling, large reception room, open fireplace, dining room. about 6,000 square feet of ground, beautifully laid out and | pantry and kitchen —5 bedrooms, two baths —all modern well kept—s bedrooms. 2 complete baths, glass-inclosed s ® conveniences. Complete in every detail—screens, awnings, sleeping porch, laundry, storage and cedar closets and a weather strips. In perfect condition. Side driveway to built-in garage. Army officer ordered away is offering this ns jjij garage. property at a sacrifice. | AGREEABLE TERMS ARRANGED j Hedges & Middleton, Inc. I REALTORS 1334 H St. N.W. Franklin 9503 | REAL ESTATE. GOES TO CONVENTION. R, L. McKeever to Represent D. C. Group in Colorado. Robert L. McKeever of McKeever & Goss left Washington today for Colo rado Springs, Colo., where he will represent the Washington Associa tion of Building Owners and Man agers at the national July 24 to 28. All phases of real estate, building management, operating and mainte nance problems will be discussed by the 500 delegates that are expected *s* Colorado Springs. Frank IV Averll of the Kenesaw apartments is already in Colorado, having left several davs ago. at 860-862 Van Huron street Cost $14,000. j; h , Ui P« ‘“erect two dwellings Aan Ruren street. Cost. $ 14.000. W. L. Davis to repair 927 Farragut square. Cost, $7,000. B- C. Bostic to erect dwelling at 522 48th street northeast. Cost, $2,800. M. and B. R. Wairen to erect six dwellings at 3115 to 3123 15th street northeast. Cost. $24,000. M. and_B. R. Warren to erect dwell s3*so«il 3718 Chesapeake street. Cost, O. B. Zantzingcr to repair 945 1 street northwest. Cost. $6,000 Jenkins & Clarke to erect two dwellings at 6609-6611 2nd street Cost. SB,OOO. I An Apartment in the Suburbs A new modern apartment building with I switchboard and elevator serv ice. I City conveniences, through street car serv- 111 ice to the door —25 minutes to the center of the 3945 Connecticut Avenue I Comer of Tilden St. i|| Near Bureau of Standards || All Outside Rooms Overlooking Woods and Fields I Representative on Premises n Rental Agents j Thomas J. Fisher & Company, Inc. No. 738 15th St. Main 6830 I THE EVENING STAR, 'WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1924. CARLOS APARTMENTS -SOLD The Carlo* apartment house, a repeat structure containing fifteen apart ments. sold tor Harry Wnrdman to a local Investor. The transact ion was negotiated by the office of Shannon A I.uehs. iue. WILL ERECT HOTEL. A. Z. Wilson Plans Modern Build ing at Bay Ridge. The Bay Ridge Realty Corporation, owner of Bay Ridge, Md., have sold one entire block of property on the bay front to A. Z. Wilson of An napolis and Bay Ridge. Mr. Wilson will begin the erection of a modern hotel on the site in September. The sale was made through Eanham & Hill, Washington representatives of the Bay Ridge Realty Company. The hotel Is to be of Spanish archi tecture and contain fifty rooms, with all up-to-date hotel improvements. More than $150,000 has been expended on new homes In Bay Ridge. Among those from Washington who have property there are Dr Grant S. Barn hart, John E. Shoemaker, Edward J. Ervin, James H. Boyce, nifford Ket tler, Ernest Kettler, H. Pierce Bald win, George Engel. Cary B. Stokes, George W. Daw and D. E. MeEllin. STUDEBAKER Just Drive It; That’s All i NEW | HOMES Sample House 2901 10th St. N.E. (Brook! and) All modem, brick, 6 r.&b., attic, screened-in porches; large lot; many new ideas. Easy Terms Inspect At Once Salesmen on Premises To inspect, take car or drive I out to 12th and Rhode Island j Ave. N.E., then north two blocks on 12th St. to Girard St., then west on Girard St. to houses. I ARLINGTON j REALTY CO. “ Real Values in Real Homes" 1627 K St. N.W. M. 3174 I Choice Moderate Priced Homes j mm mem That Can Be Purchased On Liberal Terms j J CLEVELAND PARK | 1 ' 3022 ~ 3430 Situated near the Cathedral and John Katon Public School. New and ready for occupancy. A genuine home amid a healthful, delightful, refined atmosphere. Unquestionably one of the most attractive new homes on the market today. The house includes numerous features and attractions. Hardwood floors through- It *» complete in every detail, very practical in plan and spacious in proportions, out. Four well proportioned bedrooms. A very spacious and appealing living room Features include: Oak floors throughout. Completely screened including unusually with Colonial open fireplace. Screened throughout, including two large porches. lar F e breakfast and sleeping porches (southern exposure!. Especially attractive Pittsburg automatic heater, etc. Excellent lot, riOxlOO. in lawn; evergreens and living room, with large open fireplace. Numerous closets and added conveniences shrubs. Cement driveway to garage, built in keeping with house, f-arge mnit-in fireproof garage. An inspection will convince you of the Lvalue qualities and advantages offered in this charming home. See it today. Reached ■■ v«| m • _ TT # la v ** Connecticut Ave.; west on Porter St. to 34th —one block n«*rth to Quebec St. Washington Heights ffcrth Cleveland Park g 1784 Lanier Place 3801 Alton Place, Cor. 38th 1 w%%!rwnsz Atp car lines. Near public school. A real Colonial style house. 25 feet wide. sold quicklj. Must be seen to be appreciated. Features include two stories and attic. It is spacious in plans ami ideal in arrangement, son- oak floors, two wonderful inclosed sleeping porches, attractive J tains eight splendid rooms, four bedrooms and two tile Itaths. one with tile stone fireplace, screens, attic, slate roof. Beautiful lot RSxIOX «—■] shower: large screened breakfast and sleeping porches; many added attractions Abundance of roses, shrubs, garden etc. Full size earaste to >— "‘“S -atth h»v.- *”t 'our'coi- K. Two-car brick garage on wide paved alley. It is priced low' for quick vale. vonience. Reached via Connecticut Ave. and Albemarle St. to 38th “J * St. or Wisconsin Ave. to Yuma and east to 38th. OPEN FOR INSPECTION TOMORROW AFTER 10 AM. j T ALSO 1 i 1408 Park Avenue—l6th St. Highlands = 6701 46th Street —Chevy Chase, Md. 1359 Ingraham St.—Saul’s Addition J BOSS & PHELPS [ H MAIN 9300 THE HOME OF HOMES 1417 K ST. N.W. E j Members of the Washington Real Estate Board | Jt. sm—: -mr nai==s=ißira=x=»m. J-. ii7ii==ihii J|| Have You Seen These Homes? If Not, Inspect Sunday A Pleasant Surprise Awaits You ' ; : ■■■ ■ ~ 1 41 - ... ■ *. :** -- - - • - ~~ ■„ ■ : . ‘ ** _ 5410 13th St. N.W. One Square 14th St. Car Line—Open Until 9 P.M . Eight Beautiful Rooms Two Baths Two-Car Garage SEMI-DETACHED Price and Terms Reasonable D. J. Dunigan 1319 N. Y. Ave. Main 1267 i REAL ESTATE.