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REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL SECTION
VOLUME CX.-NO, 24.
CONSTRUCTION IN MISSION AND SOUTH OF MARKET GOING ON RAPIDLY
[NEW BUILDINGS UNDER CONSTRUCTION SOUTH OF MARKET STREET AND SCATTERED THROUGHOuYtHE MISSION DISTRICT, SHOWING THE STRONG TREND OF IMPROVEMENT IN THOSE SECTIONS.]
LOFT BUILDING, SOUTH SIDE OF MISSION STREET, BETWEEN BEALE AND MAIN STS.
NEW BUILDINGS RISING
ALONG MISSION STREET
Fine Apartments and Stores at Sixteenth and
Valencia Mark Rapid Advance of That
Section as Business Center and
Home of Dense Population
* The south of Market street district
i and the Mission are showing unprece
dented activity In construction work.
1 The moat pretentious building, erected
In the Mission since 1906 will be the
[ five story class C brick apartment
: house for which excavations are now
• being made at the northeast corner of
, •Sixteenth * and Valencia streets. The
basement and first floor will be of steel
! frame construction, the other stories of
! the building being of variegated
' pressed brick.
' The property, -with a frontage of 100
, feet in Sixteenth street. 95 feet In
Valencia street and 95 feet in Caledonia
■alley, is owned by the Gartland estate
company, which Is erecting the build
ing.
Arthur O. Scholz, the architect for
th* structure, has taken advantage.of
i the triple frontage of the property and
. has provided for three stores in Valen
cia street and Aye stores in Sixteenth
• treet, this corner being even at pres
ent very Important from a business
standpoint.
A rear entrance to each of .the new
■tores, the' basement and the apart
ments is provided in Caledonia alley.
For the convenience of the tenants, a
freight elevator has been Installed at
the * north-*. ****• corner of .Sixteenth
Street and Caledonia alley.
.The Venetian is the predominating
•style of '.architecture in the building,
the. -Sixteenth and Valencia street
frontages being in this respect unique
when compared with the architectural
•style of other buildings In the city.
The main entrance to the apartments
is In Valencia street, 36 feet north of
1 Sixteenth. ' There are 14 apartments on
each floor, making ft total of 56, con
taining for the most part two rooms
each. The management of these apart
ments will be along original and
thorough lines, each being provided
with private bath and lavatory. The
latest model wall beds will be installed
in each. ',^sS*%bMHI
The corner suite on the second floor
has been sumptuously fitted for occu
pancy as doctors' offices. Double fire
protection facilities have been provid
ed, wide corridors leading from all
parts of,the building direct to the> Are
escapes in Valencia street and Cale
donia alley. The - transportation of
guests is provided for by a large pas
. senger elevator at the main entrance
of the, building.
*. The rosewood lobby ■ on - the second
floor has,been modeled after the fam
ous den of President Taft In the Whit*
House, and will be the mecca of the
guests when the structure has been
completed.
As.soon as the excavation has been
completed the work of. construction
will be rushed to an early completion.
The building will cost about. $100,000. '
BUILDINGS IX MISSION STREET
T.; Paterson Ross and A. W. Burgren.
architects, have let contracts for a three
•story and basement brick building In
the east line of Mission street, 150 feet
south of Nineteenth, for Mrs. Katherlne
K. Forbes. The building will consist of
a large, .well lighted store .with. mezza
nine floor and concrete cellar and apart
ment* above of 36 rooms. The store has
been leased to the Kennedy furniture
company. The cost of the building will
be $20,000. •
A four story and basement brick loft
building Is now in course of construc
tion in the soutn line of Mission street
between Beale and Main for B. F.
Brlsac. The structure rests on a pile
foundation. The front is an enameled
brick. The building will cost $35,000.
William H. Armltage Is the architect.
The O'Sulllvan estate will Immediate
ly commence the erection of a seven
story and basement steel frame lodging
house in the west line of Fourth street
south of Minna. It will be a first class
building of this type and will have. all
the latest conveniences," including a
steam heating and hot water plant. The
front will be of pressed brick and stone.
It will cost about $SO,OOO. Houghton
Sawyer Is the architect. „
GOOD PRICES FOR
HYDE STREET PROPERTY
Other Sales in City Lots Exceed
Court Appraisement
Land grebe, MacNevln & Jones report
having sold at public auction the prop
erties of th« estate of Theodore H.
Bush? deceased, by order of the court,
as follows: • .■-.".*•".
The. Improved realty in 'the easterly
line of Hyde street 91 feet southerly
from the southerly line of Vallejo, and
having a frontage of 19:6 feet In Hyde
street by a uniform depth of 98:6 feet.
Improvements consist of ,-two flats.
Price $5,000. The purchaser was Mary
E. Bush.
To George J. and Margaret McCor
mlck the lot in the westerly line of
Hyde street. 117:10 feet northerly from
the northerly line of Broadway. The
lot has a frontage of 1.9:8 feet in Hyde
street by a uniform depth of TO feet.
The price was $2,200. ■ '.
* To J. D. Hannah the lot In the north
westerly line of Harry street, 110 feet
southwesterly from Laidly street. The
lot has a frontage of 77:6 feet In Harry
street by a uniform depth. of : 50 feet.
To . Mrs. Isaac . Borton an undivided
three-fourths interest in the lot in the
southerly line of Turk street, 137:6 feet
westerly from Stanyan. The | lot ; has a
frontage of iSO feet in Turk street by a
uniform depth qf 127:6 \ feet ?to Golden
Gate avenue. The price was $2,000. '„>
To John and Catherine Bobbs,* lots
33 and 34 in block 32 of the City land
association.rgggSSSß^S
While the properties were not of the
high class order, j the . prices » obtained
were greatly In* excess of the court ap
praisement, Indicating' that there Is a
strong demand- for, the small .invest
ments. . „':: ■,' ;.;.■'■ '"-'j.'
Th-? board of supervisor* have set aside $68,000
for the purpose of enabling th* board of public
work; to do the necessary repaying and repairing
of -the roadways of the following - street* > and
make the necessary repairs to sewers daring the
month of June, 1911: Tehama street. Third to
Fifth;' Minna street,"Eighth-to, Ninth: Clemen
tina-street. Ris(h;.i •to Ninth ;*-■ Mission street,
Cortland • avenue to ■ county * line: - Stiver - atenue.
San" Kruno avenue to Mission street; city por
tion, front of i Frank • McCoppins school; Seventh
avenue, from. Cabrlllo to Balboa atreets; Pa
cific street, Battery. to Front, **< ,
THE j& CALL
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1911.
FIVE STORY AP ARTMENT AND STORE BUILDING, NORTJ-EAST CORNER OF SIXTEENTH AND VALENCIA STREETS
BANK FUNDS AID
IN IMPROVEMENTS
Liberal Amounts Advanced by
Savings Banks During the
Week for Building
The loans made on city real estate
by the saving's banks this week show
quite a number of building loans and
money to be used for - Improvement
work, of -which the following i« a par
tial list:
The French-American savings bank advanced
$IS.OOO to T. *B. Rulfs to build a three story
apartment house at the southeast corner of
Washington and Hyde streets.
The $125,000 loan made by the Mercantile
trust company to the United land company on
blocks 424 to" 427. tide land survey was for the
purpose of filling in these tide lands.
"nie Hlbemla bank made a loan of $4,000 to
Charles Rternseber to build flats In the north
side of Rues atreet, 305 feet south of Howard.
The Security savings bank loaned $25,000 to
MrF.wen brothers to build stores with room*
above in the south aide of Pine street, 20 feet
east of Belden.
The German swings bank made a building
loan of $5,000 to E. H. Hildebrand to build
»lx apartment* of three room* each In tbe north
side of Washington street, &0 feet east of
Larkin. *
The Pavings onion bank made a building loan
of $4,000 to Ursula Yager to build flats in the
north side of Jackson street. 05 feet east of
Taylor. .-.--.■ -
The Savings bank loaned $37,975 to Adrienns
and Nellie Thompson to grade and put la con
dition for subdividing the block extending north
west from Fifteenth and Delores streets, 520 by
228 feet.
The Union trust company loaned $15,000 to
Aaron Kahn to build a large loft building in
the soutbslde of Howard street, 405 feet west
of First street.
The $14,000 loaned by the French-American
bank to John P. Gallagher on property In Van
Ness avenue. 85 feet north of Golden Gate,
was a renewal.
The Hlbernla bank made a building loan of
$75,000 to the Warehouse investment company
to erect a warehouse on property adjoining
their present premise* In the south side of
Townsend street. 188 feet west of Second street.
The Hlbernla bank made a building loan of
$3,000 to W. J. Thomas to build a store with
apartment* above lin the east side of Mission
street, 190 feet south of Eighteenth street.
The German ravings bank made a building
loan of $13,000 to T. P. Onion to build apart
ment* in the west tide of Hyde, street, 62 feet
north of Post street.
The Mutual saving* bank made a building
loan of $4,0*00 to John Samuelson to build three
flits In the north side of Filbert street, 163
feet west of Gough street.
Tha German savings bank loaned $3,000 to
Sarah A. Cong-rave to build two flat* in the
east side of Hyde street, 117 feet north of
Pacific.
LEASE CONDITIONS
ARE IMPROVING
Derided Improvement la shown In
leases -throughout the city. The de
mand ranges all the way from room
ins; houses to large business quarters
in new buildings.
! ' O. H. I'mbsen & Co. report the fol
j lowing leases:
r - F. Acker to Annie Dunne, rooming house. 329
I/esvenwerth. street, three j ears, at a total rental
of $2.B?''>.
A. M. Blelloch to M. Msyerta. building at 580
--582 Haye* »treet, five years, at a total rental of
$5,100. -.■ ...-.•■ ' ' - -
California Pacific company to Modern gas and
electric company, five years, at a total rental of
$8,600..- -■ ■ - -■'-'
Anna H. Spring to C. SJoholn. (tore at 2149
Million atreet,* five years, at a total rental of
$3,600.
Edward Rollins to Consumers' yeast company.
154 McAllister street, Aye year*, at a total
rental of $3,000.
Estate of 3. Brans to 'M. A. Gnnat * Co.,
ground leaae for five years at a total rental of
$21,000.
:■ C. H. Brown to F. M. McQnade A Co., store
at 2003 Mission street, five years' lease, total
rental of $0,000."..
C. H. Brown to 8. M.- Cohn & Brother, atore
at > 2005 Mission street, Aye year*, at a total
rental of $12,000.
C. H. Brown ;to H. C. Marsh, store at 2007
Mission street, ire years' lease, at a total rental
of $3,600. 'sl'll|l»*lii||l| a-gii***- ■
• C. H. Brown to Beck * Murray, store at 2009
Minion street, Aye ; years' leaae, at a total
rental of $5,400. *-
Julia Nell to William Hunt * Co., store at
northeast comer of Ellis:and Jonei streets, Aye
year*' lease, at a total rental of $6,150. >
T. Z. Blakeman to Mr*. Emma Feeder build
ing at 625 Sansome street, five years' ltase, at
a total rental of $6,000. (■.;*=
: Union Square building company to Doctor Hub
bell, three office*, two years' lease, at a total
rental of $1,500. *'«*,^*<««,*m|***''^
O. Welch to G. F. Delaney. aouthwest corner
of San'Bruno »venne and Waldrldge atreet, one
year's lease, at a total rental of $2,400. *< ■
. California - Pacific company to James Barker,
•tore at ;04 > Turk street, ■ five years' leas*, at a
total rental of $7,800. • J _
; R. P. Keating estate to the Big Trunk atore,
134-136 Kills street, eight years' -, lease;* at a
total rental of $.".6,000.
O. Han-hall to O. Gaatardon," atore at 1201
Dupont street, seven and a half years' . lease, at
•a total renter of $19,250.' y. *<,-«*
; John K. *■ Clausen <to Btaffler and ■D. '* JC. ■ Cun
ningham, store at 3800 Seventeenth street, three
year*' lease,* at a total rental of $1,750.
John Trayner to =0. Romlnger. store at 1409
Valencia street,, fire year*' lea»e, at a,- total
rental of $2,400. (»: , '**■■ ■--, .
W. McCormlck to Mr*. W. Goiter, building at
2440 California street, five year*' lease, st a
total rental of $9,000. , - . •:• <
Si C.-« 11. **: Burmeister to K. Jakob*, • store iat ' 504
Gough street, five years* leaae, at a total rental
of $1,500. * ■-•■-.■ . - :,-, : „
. F. Vanzinl to' Mrs. B. Warren, store at 1505
. . . . " ": * * ' * - -
Steel frame Lodging
House for Fourth St.
SEVEN STORY BRICK LODING
HOUSE, IN FOURTH STREET, SOUTH
OF MINNA.
Castro street, two years' leaae, at a total rental
of 11,020.
A. J. Garde* to R. S. Ida low it 2250 Million
street, four rears' lease, at a total rental of
$1,920.
Sellna Rosa to A. Vlsser. ground lease at
southeast corner of Third and Clementina streets,
five years' leaae, at a total rental of $7,800.
P. Jaen'-ke to Mr*. I). Brlnkman, building at
492-464 Height street, five year*' lease, at a
total rental of $4,080. -
Montgomery company to Charles T.aepge. store
at 81 Third street, four year*' lease, at a total
rental of $12,000.
M. Mager to Joseph Allemand, building at
2337-91 Folsom -street, five year*' lease, . at a
total rental of $8,100.
Grenluger Investment company to Frank M.
Devlin, building at 551 Octavia street, fire years'
lease, at a total rental of $3,600.
F. T. Shea to V. Schmidt, building at 1473
Post street, three years' lease, at a. total rental
Of $2,448.
Maria Elsert to John P. Sonssens, store at 400
Golden Gate avenue, fire years' lease, at a total
rental of $0,000. *, 1
. Estate of Mo*ea Ellis to A. P. Lee, store at
519 - Post street, five year*' lease, at a - total
rental of $2,160. .-■-.,..,,..,
. Robert McMillan to Mrs. C. L. Huff, building
at 288 Townsend street, three yeara' lease, at a
total rental of $3,078. - •■
Mr*. L. Mayer to F. L. Devlin, building at 922
and 924 Fillmore street, three years' lease, at a
total.rental of $2,940.
Johnson Locke mercantile, company to J. L.
HARBOR VIEW
PROPERTY
$35,000—Immense holding over 600
feet front; partly Improved;
.': includes 2 Lombard . st. cor
ners.
$17,500 "feet Van Ness aye.- to
rear street.
$15,000— and Chestnut sts.;
full 50 vara." , *'..
$12,000—Van Neks aye., 107 feet
will subdivide.
$3,ooo—Lombard St.; 30 feet.
BALDWIN M
& HOWELL
318-324 Kearny St.
MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK
: 706 MARKET ST, OPP. THIRD
• Acconnts—Cheeking ..
Open Saturday evenings from 5:30
to; 8 o'clock, for , deposits only. -;-
-$2O CAMP WILDERNESS $20
.Lyndon Station, located bet. Loa Gato* & Alma
'"■. _ ' LOTS *20 AND UP
FELIX MARCUSE, Owner and Agent
..-- * Phone Douglas 2965. m."^mm.j~:' i ...
ISS Sntter St.. San • Francisco.: Cal. *.
-****-;. Title perfect. The Garden * City „ Abstract
*? Company of - San Jose will issue < unlimited
Thiikettle, store at 213 Ransome street. Are
years' lease, at a total rental of $6,9*0.
G. Mosbacker to Hawkins engineering com
piny, office* at 10 Third street, Aye years' lease,
at a total rental of $4,800.
Judah Boas A Co. to G. H. Jackson, store at
724 Golden Gate avenue, three years' lease, at a
total rental of $3,300.
Robert Day to P. Greenwald. store at south
east corner of Larkin and O'Farrell street, three
years' lease, at a total rental of *$2,280.
J. H. Stattyan to M. Kuroda, itore at 1603
Geary street, two yeara' lease, at a total rental
of $2,820.
Douglas Grant to Daniel B. Dwyer,' store at* 19
Seventh street, Aye years' lease, at a total
rental of $6,900.
L. Hlnhfeld to J. Ton Staden. store at north
west corner of Eddy and Jones streets, Aye years'
lease, at a total rental of $6,600.
Helen Dore to H. M. Donohue, building at 2206
Market street, two rears' lease, at a total rental
of $2,400.
- Robert Day to Martinson & O'Donnell. build
ing at 1156 Kentucky street, five years' lease, at
a total rental of $1,200.
George Mosbacker to A. S. Pare, office* at 10
Third street, ire years' lease, at a total rental
of $2,600.
George Eeefe to D. Anglum, store at corner
Gough and Market afreets, three years' lease, at
a total rental of $2,970.
Mrs. 1,. Mayer to W. Weber, building at 020
Fillmore street, two years' lease, at a total
rental of $1,200. t
G. E. Knief to Jamea IJndell and O. Rowert,
building at 11*42 and 1944 Filbert street, fire
years' lease, at a total rental of $4,500. •
S. Klaremeyer to J. M. Lawrence, apartment
building at 225 Taylor street, five years' lease,
at a total rental of $25,500.
-Joe Rose to F. 1.. Bailey, hall* at ISSI Fill
more street, two years' lease, at a total rental
of $3,600.
B. fuelling to .T. Donovan, building at 1703
--1707 Church street, five years' lease, at a total
rental of $3,600. - - .
B. S telling to W. Hock, store at 44»Devlsa
dero street, four years' lease, at a total rental of
$3,600.
John Hemony to B. Kaiser, afore at 200 \|n«h
street, Aye years' lease, at : a - total rental of
$5,400. *
C. J. Clemens, to John Franklin, building at
316 Fulton street, CI months' lease, at a total
rental of $8,925. t . *
. George K>efe to A. Konstaker. store at 1710
and 1712 .Market street, fire yeara' lease, at a
total rental of $4,500. V
Charles Hoc': to .T. Mortenxen. building at
1125 and 1121 Leavenworth street, two year*'
lease, at a total rental of $2,640.
Mr*. A. E. * Bertson to C. J. Clemen*, lot In
north line of Fulton *treet between. Franklin
and Gough, three years' lease, at a total rental
of $4,500.
Hock & Co. to X. Lieberoth. . building at 968
McAllister street, Are years' lease, l at a total
rental of $5,100. .•*■--
British Columbia
FARMLANDS
The cheapest' and 'best farm land
investment In America today. The
sure way to wealth. These lands
located in the fertile valleys -along
the Grand Trunk Pacific Transcon
tinental Railway, now building. v *■
Large open pea vine - meadows,
deep rich loam soilsplendid cli
mate—plenty rainfall during grow
ing season; no irrigation; fine for
grain, dairying, cattle raising, fruits,
vegetables—no.crop failures.
$15 to 922 per acre—small amount
balance easy yearly pay
. ment*.
Buy now. while : railroad Is build
ing; large profits sure to'follow.
Deal with largest and strongest
land company In British Columbia.
NORTH COAST LAND CO., Ltd.
.*. Vancouver, B. C. f*i
:: Capital Paid Up $1,009,000.00 :
"~~~~* * *' '
Selling; Agents
SPAILDING & BAXTER
245 Montgomery Street
Sao Francisco, California
' There* No Place Like ''<" /
FAIRFAX
. ■ for Home Sweet Home,
and Deer Park
. Is the Camper* Paradise.
Lot* for sale by CROKER & CO..
- *.- San Anaeimo. Cal. - :. *
Drexler Tract at fflenlo Park
Two«acre wooded residence sites
in the 'finest home district
on the peninsula
- 11. H. BROTHERTOy,
:-**. Exclusive Agent, - '.it^J.
660 Market at., room 306, San Francisco
Cows Furnished Settlers
Who bay our Sacramento valley Irrigated
lands. Dairy cow* to be paid for oat of half
the cream sold.'
-'; For full Information and specimen products
call on
H. 1.. 'HOLLISTER at CO., '
, 412 Market Street/ San Francisco.*',';'
STORE AND APARTMEND BUILDING, TO BE ERECTED IN MISSION ST., SOUTH OF 1918
Bank Statements Are Bright Spot
In Financial News of the Week
PAUL SINSHEIMER
The bank statements have been the
bright feature of the week. • They
show a steady gain in assets' in prac
tically every section of the state. .In
San Francisco the Associated savings
banks report a growth of $4,726,278.58
in resources for the first five months
Hi b-jS*-1-**^^/^ f-^
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H 1 BIG FREE EXCURSION vmf.ii!
m\ BIG FREE EXCURSION j{ c
Vc\M I by specially chartered Santa Fe boat and il
kArir^vJ train leaving Ferry at 11 a. m. tomorrow \J\
R^W".,.o^t (Sunday) for "Richmond and Pullman Park. M
ij^T *?>*! We desire yoti to en.ioy a beautiful ride up \\\\\a*xt******^Q\
•Mm % -I the bay and be our guests at luncheon.
,lk;;-r We desire to show you the
nihil Wondrous Growth of Richmond MvL
llf Iff/ during the past five years. IWft *■*
I jf ffffff We want to show ynu the $15.nn0.0n0 Standard laV**-,-'
if M tit Oil plant, the great Santa Fe shops and the 15 »vSt\
■ffffff other big industries where 5,000 men earn :i 111
Iffff/fff weekly wage. These mammoth industries and nwl
Iffff/ffj the men they employ are causing the marvel- WVV«
fffffffffff ous growth of Richmond and Puljman. ffcVvl*.
ffffffff We want you to see the monster Pullman WivWsV"'
if Jf ffx Shops now employing upward of 7-)0 men. ■SAvJI
laaaVfX. wlll show you BaaMvOl
BB PULLMAN PARK OB
where we will serve luncheon. - . ,*:-.'.'-*". "**
Our object is to show you .-personally, on the ground, the many
superior advantages of Pullman Park. ' - /
? Where Money Is Made Every Day"
■-.' the location, the character of Its improvements, its transportation facil- -
*;titles, and general .surroundings.
Where You Can Get a Deed to a Beautiful Lot for $50
" and 'be given SIX YEARS; to pay the ' balance. Will you allow us the ■•> *
pleasure of proving to you the absolute truth of the above?
, Get your tickets at our office before 3 p. m. today or at the Ferry
tomorrow morning. *-aRMSm
BALDWIN & HOWELL
•'•''*' HffHP^HsstsSlaW'''''- •-' SALES AGENTS,
V ;'.;■ 318-324 KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. H
rcaaßS*ansxaa*fca*asßßSxo**ass:asßSßaß»BeaEi ■ i ■ ■■ i ■ s asasaaaaanuiiiiauniii i sen* saaiaa a SBasas*a*aß*Bßaataißaanßß \
ALFALFA LAND
3,000 acres in small , tracts.. All
irrigated; - on ' railroad; V Merced
County. . „_______^_ .'
CO-OPERATIVE S .LAND & TRUST" CO.
895 market st., SAX'FRANCISCO
19
Jof the year. For 'the same period the
national ' banks' have added approxi
mately $6,000,000. The commercial de
posits *in the . state banks . have re
mained at about the" January figure.
The totals, as at present comprised.
I Continued on Following Vase, Column 1
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