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REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL SECTION
REALTY SALES DURING APRIL REACH NEARLY $6,000,000
NOTABLE MONTH IN
CITY REAL ESTATE
April Proved One of Best
Months Since the Fire
of 1906
Choice Properties Brought
; Good Figures in Market
Street District
April took rank as one of the largest
months in real estate sales In San
.Francisco since the fire, ■> the total
, amounting- to $5,961,547.
• The chief feature of the month was
the sale of r the southeast corner of
Market and Fourth streets, being 100
feet in Market by 170 feet deep in
Fourth, which was sold by the Market
Street Realty company ;to the John D. (
Spreckels Realty company for the sum j
of $1,100,000. A further investment of
$1,500,000 will be made in erecting the
new Call building. v .
In making a review of April realty
business, Thomas Magee & Sons* real
estate circular makes this ; comment:
The fact that this corner will be im
proved with a handsome 25 story class
A building , adds considerable interest
to the sale. During- the month six ad
ditional deeds were recorded for prop
erties located in the section ; south of
Market street, and between East and
Main streets, involving , a total of ap
proximately $950,000. - As In the case
of previous deeds in this section, these
deeds were also taken in the names of
various individuals, but are believed to
have. been made for the ; Southern Pa
cific company. Altogether 53 deeds
have now been recorded in this section,
involving a total lof about $5,400,000.
Herewith follows a table showing , how
well the amount of sales has kept up
for the first four months of this year:
January ...;.Y..... $4,701,972
February ..V....... 0.969,044
March . ....:.. 6.453,676
April 5.961,64.
Total ...."...:...!..... .:.....$23,122,830
Other large sales made during the
month, besides, those already mentioned
above, were the following: , %
■'■ In the 50 vara'/section:"..'-' The north side of
V.ush street/ 200:3 feet east ■of Montgomery
% eet, <SS:9xIS7:G. was sold by the Pacific Tel c
' pnone and Telegraph ! company \to "■ Ogden ;• Mills,
who will erect on the lot another addition to the
Mille building; the northwest side of Market
street, 275 feet northeast jof Marshall; square,
04:4 feet in Market street by 68 feet deep, in the
westerly line, t When Fulton street lls extended
through the civic center into Market street, this
lot will also have . a frontage of 118 feet ;in Fu!
ton street. This property was sold by Perkins &
Trowbridsre to Katberlne K. Forbes. The south
east corner of gutter and Jcnes streets, 107 :6 x
100. was sold In trade by I the « Central | Realty
company ito Lars j Larsen. The | northeast I corner
of Poet and Leaven worth" streets, 112:6x87:6.
with L adjoining, 25x50, was < sold -by the : San
Francisco Verein - association to Stanley O'Hare
and resold by * Stanley O'Hare -to \ George "M.
Caesar et al. "at an advance. 'The north side of
Clay street, 24:7% east of Drumm street. 44x115,
less . l>, sold by T. :J. Wrampelmeler '. to Jacobs,
Malcolm & Bart; the southwest corner of Broad
way and Powell street. 100x93:6. sold |by ; Kate
.Grimm to J. Surface, and the southeast corner of
California and Spring streets, .was : sold
in foreclosure to the Hiberola bank. - ';C l '*
In the 100 vara, section: ~ The southwest ; side
tiT the FTmbarcadero \ (East street),- 229:2 i north
west of Mission, street, 45:10: front by. 80 feet
deep, was sold by: Marie | Hassett to Pockwiu-
Rebrafinn Realty company: - the south I corner of
Seventh ami Stevenson streets. 175x75,* was r sold
by (ieorjre W. HaR« to thp Vayssle Brothers; the
southeast side of Mission street, 117:6 feet south
west of , Mary »street between - Fifth , and ' Sixth,
Sox 160, was sold In ■ foreclosure ito . the Hlbernl a
bank; the northwest side of Brannan street, 175
feet northeast of Second, 74:8x160, less L, sold
by Nat Raphael to the Terminal Warehouse com
pany, and the east corner of Third and Clemen
tina street*. 30x80, sold by the Seltna, Ross estate
to Walter R. SnUivan. ,
In the Western Addition: | The pore corner of
Market street and Rose avenne between Franklin
and Cough . streets, 114:6 feet ■in - Market * street
by 05 feet In Rose a venae,* «old 'by/Mary, > P. ,
Payne to Stanly and Cleaveland. Forbes, "- and the
west side of SSteiner street. ■70 feet south of
O'Farrell. 44:10 feet by 137:6, less L, was sold
in trade by 4. B.Beite to V. Marx. ■-; <
In the Mission: The west side; of Julian aye
APARTMENTS UNDER
CONSTRUCTION
TO LEASE
The MONTENERO :
APARTMENTS,on the south
west 1 corner of Green and
Broderick streets, in select resi
dential district, are under con
struction. They will contain
3 and 4 rooms and bath, and
arc being finished with hard
wood floors, wall :beds,; gas
ranges, steam heat and •; hot
water. They are ; built by the
San Francisco . Concrete : Co.,
I. Pasqualetti, manager, and
11. Denke is the designer.
Bargain Buys
Modernf residence,*6 roomn;.sleeping.porch;?
hardwood j floors: ? built-in ? cblna i closets; { sew
ing room; • garage: •"■ large I sunny 5 room?. In ', j
San ■ Francisco's : select * residential % district.; j
close to cars. - * Owner pressed ■ffo r money and
Is , forced •-. to sell; I $1,000 } down, . balance: like
rent. ; This :ist a t bargain. •' 7• :; U-. * ;
.Two.flats—modern; j. 4 • and* 5 -• rooms; i; nil;
convenience.;; : close >to i cars *" In select -f resi-;
dential -:district;* stationary tubs; *; built-in
wall closets; . everything first \ class; 2 both
rented.* /Price-'53,500. "■ .■-. ) , . . ,
Jones : Realty Co.,
'2231* (lenient St., near 23d Aye.
OPEN SUNDAY "' ',
PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN AT INCLESIDE TERRACES WHEN 300 MEMBERS OF THE COMMERCIAL CLUB ON A RECENT TOUR OF THE CITY
MOTORED THROUGH THE NEW ' RESIDENCE DISTRICT TCk SEE THE HANDSOME HOMES AND FINE STREET IMPROVEMENTS THAT HAVE
BEEN BUILT DURING THE LAST YEAR.
NEW RESIDENCES IN WEST CLAY PARK SHOW HIGH STANDARD OF IMPROVEMENTS
; THAT ARE BEING MADE IN THE RICHMOND DISTRICT. -
iroe, : = 230 *; feet south ." of : Fourteenth ',street jT 115 x
100, sold 'in ; trade \ from ; Lars * Larscn 'to : Central
Realty company. ;.'„- ;.'",_':/-, -;" :; v
> In the outside lands: Four blocks, bounded ; by,
Lincoln way, Irving - street /and - Twenty-seventh
and* Thirty-third .''uremics,;, sold ;by M. H. de'
Young to Fernando Nelson; : - also block bounded.
Weissbein Bros & Co., Owners
f.f CIoOUCIII MJI l/d 1% W*j WVlldtl
. . 141 SUTTER STREET
: Branch "Office : cor. California St. and 2«tk Aye. Open Sundays.
New Subdivision New Subdivision
GRADED AND RESTRICTED LOTS
STREET WORK NOW BEING DONE
NEW MODERN HOMES ' NEW MODERN HOMES
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS THROUGHOUT
. ;„ THE DISTRICT . ,
Deal With - the Owners Direct
WEISSBEIN BROS. & CO. : 141 Sutter Street
TEe Call Leads
. . For April, 1913, as ; compared with the same month last year,
the new Call shows a tremendous gain in advertising space.
The new Call gained more than all other ' newspapers com
bined. In fact, the new Call carried more advertising than iii
any other month during its history except in months gone by
when a special edition of some kind was issued. Last Sunday the
largest single real estate : advertisement ever published any
where was printed rin this medium. It was a big ad from a big
firm in a big newspaper that gives big results.
Advertising Carried 580 762
in April, 1913 ... ' */OV/ f IO£
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Lines
Advertising 5 Carried A |Q ■'■■f^k"-&.£^%v~>
in April, 1912 ... *9 I 7^JO
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Gain, 161,504
Lines
San Francisco is a morning newspaper city. It- has been
since December 1, 1856 (birthday of The Call). - • •■
THF SmCh\ I
".-. ~ : -- - ■ - . . • ' ■^gfes^BiißSK^^-.^s?^
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913.
by Lincoln j way, --, Irvingj: street. Thirtieth ~ and'
Thirty-first --, avenues,; sold; by j Boetou * Investment
company to Fernando Nelson. j; Mr. j, Nelson v will
subdivide these blocks, after having tbe necessary
street ;'w'erk ■■ dove, .-."and.*:, will erect dwellings
tbereonlfor sale on easy terms, tbe same as he
ha* doM Iβ the j.ast In the Itl.hniODd District.
Two J. blocks, vj bounded -' by Clement i and * Geary
streets. ~ Thirty-sixth and ». Thirty-eighth arenue,
were sold \by the^?Adolphl Sutro estate to C. W.
Burgess,' i and the block, 5 bounded "by < Irving I and
J'ulali * btreetti. Twenty-second f and Twenty-third
avenue*, together with the southeast corner of
Continued on Pajfe 12, I oliimn il
Car No. 20—Ellis and OTarrell I
' s From Fourth and Market Direct to M
INGLESIDE I
TERRACES
Come—See "That's All ,, I
Yes, as to Ingleside Terraces, simply Come—See—"That's a 1 1, ,— II
but below is information as to the cars to take to get there. IB
' - - . ■ ■ ■ EJULI. i BJ j^?Ji\JP Tt *• 111 j 1111 €ay |r * ; %*Jt'ls -? \<*Clm O-- LO«aW» & aSviL ; %?• Bβ ,
.• ■■, ■■■-..-.■ ■'■■■ _ .'.; * ■ Transfers are given to Ellis • street car line No. 20, direct to ■
INGLESIDE TERRACES, from cars running on the following streets: B
Inbound Market street line at Ellis and Market streets. Bj
Inbound Valencia street line at Ellis and Market streets. H
All outbound Market street lines at Ellis and Market streets. H
Powell Street. Larkin Street. McAllister Street at Dhisadero B
Taylor Street. KiHmore Street. Hatebt Street at Stanyan. If
Leavenworth Street DiYisadero Street Waller Street at Stanyan. ■
COMPLETE TIME TABLE FREE UPON REQUEST I
U. R. I. CO., I
JOSEPH A. LEONARD, Mgr. &
903 Phelan Bldg. B
WAGNER APARTMENTS, ON NORTHEAST CORNER OF
VAN NESS AVENUE AND VALLEJO, JUST COMPLETED.
FINE APARTMENT HOUSE
c WITH ONLY LARGE SUITES
At the northeast corner of ■ Vallejo
and Van Ness avenue the George Wag
ner company is completing a high class
apartment house of '12"" seven room
apartments, arranged with all of the
conveniences that this type of building
calls for. -». .*'»- .'. ~-r.-.- ; ...
The plan is in the form lof a hollow
square, with f four apartments ;on % each
floor. Separate entrances open on the
garden court In the center of the build
ing, and access to Zi the street .in'at
tamed : through this ; court and ?an * outer
vestibule.
. • ■ - -
In confining the building , vto ',{ seven
room apartments exclusively the ; prob
lem of housing tenants of varying
means v under one roof is solved and the
owners propose to lease only to people
who contemplate a permanent residence
in the city. r £- »'i ■ ■•.!" J
The apartments will be numbered 2-300
Van Ness avenue and are now ready
for inspection. N. "W. Sexton ;; is ■; the
architect of the building. /,-/ ••_
GEARY CAR LINE
AID TO RICHMOND
Will Bring Large District
Within 20 Minutes of
With the extension of the Geary
street: road from * Thirty-third avenu«
to the ; beach assured * and the • making
of the municipal railway a through line
to the ferry, with C good I transfer J con
nections, a • great 'stimulus- is • given to
the entire Richmond District. "
That part of the city lying north of
Golden '4 Gate f park ? and 'I west i: of - First ■
avenue will be brought •within about
-20 T S minutes' ride > from "i- the % shopping";
section and the commercial district. AH
over the Richmond District street work
is « going forward lonf an unprecedented ]
seal e?£*'f. Experienced *i real estate oper
ators foresaw that the extension of the
Gearylstreet' road < was inevitable and
went forward with , their plans for
making ready for home building. ! ■
The ; ; city iisT' also doing its share in
bltuminizlng ';Fulton" street. This f -will
soon ~ ; be V a %'■ finely *< paved thoroughfare
throughout f its J entire *, length. •■.': ; "J_i
j JMain sewers"l are also being , laid to
serve every section of the Richmond
District. ■■:"• ■:::":'.'■'' :-•;■■:;■•-:. ■""■ ■..'.
The Sterling Realty company has just
put on the market a new block in the
Richmond District t between Forty
fourth and \ Forty-fifth avenues, Balboa
(B) and Cabrillo (C) streets. At con
siderable expense they have graded this
block to the official line and grade, and
have macadamized the streets \ and side-
walks .surrounding , ; the * block. ; '.;/.:
't'i The - extension fof the new,* municipal
Geary street line is; now : being, con;
structed around this block and people
will be able ,to ride direct to the ferry
without transferring - . This district is
particularly fortunate „in having ex
tremely fine transportation facilities,
as there are three separate car lines
within \*tL% few blocks. !«♦ The **; Sterling
Realty company reports \ a number of
sales ■ already made lin \ this ' block.
sclt is expected that the new municipal
railroad will certainly cause arf great;
many new homes to be \ erected .« in ; thls
neighborhood. This tract is within a.
stone's % throw *'of .*• Golden ft Gate park,
Sutro heights, the Cliff house, and baa
a fine marine • view. Reasonable re
strictions assure a good class of homes
in these blocks.: ; U..fv ;■ . ':-■:". '
SELLING REAL ESTATE
is a science and is much more profit
able : than you ; realize. .;-: - ' :V
YOU CAN SELL
Real Estate without actively engag
ing In the business toy becoming a
stock holder l ; .::■ >..„-■; ■■~,:*.; ■■.;■' ■"%
IN A SUBDIVISION COMPANY
just incorporated. It hae ? a force ■of
salesmen », that will 't- do * the ' active
work, OR .if you wish to 5 learn ? the
business you can .join, the sales force
and watch your money. grow. Either
way
YOU EARN LARGE DIVIDENDS
v- Call or write - ';;;./. '-. ■' V:
C. OBRIEN REDDIN
Douglas , 1338. ; 250 Phelan Bids.
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