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Record and Guide
May 8, 189^
Jerome av and Walton av, n 184tli st
25th st, 8 s. bet 7th and Sth avs.
Application will be made on May 28 for the appointment of
Commissions of Estimate.
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' Acqtdring title for street openings:
Morris av, from Tremont av to Park View terrace.
202d st, from Grand Boulevard and Concourse to Briggs av.
Arthur av. from 175th et to 177th st
170th st, trom Aqueduct av to Jerome av.
Fordham road, from 189th st to Kingsbridge road.
Devoe st, from Sedgwick av to Ogden av, and from Bremer av
157th st, from Walton av to Exterior st
Manida st, from Garrison av (Mohawk) to the United States
bulkhead line of East River.
Briggs av, from 194th st to Southern Boulevard.
Public place, at the junction of Morris av, College av and 142d st.
Application will be made on May 14 for the appointment of
Commissions of Estimate and Assessment relative to acquiring
title to the above.
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Reports of the Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment have
been confirmed by the Supreme Court In the following street
opening cases: Opdyke avenue, from Mount Vernon avenue to
Bronx River; Grand View place, from East 167th street to East
168th street; Verio avenue, from Eastchester avenue to the city
line; Qneida avenue, from Eastchester avenue to Mount Vernon
avenue; Clifford street, from Eastchester avenue to the Bronx
River; Kepler avenue, from Eastchester avenue to Mount Vernon
avenue; Nelson avenue, from Kemp place to Boscobel ave- Con¬
firmation has also been obtained for reports for: Acquiring title
to lands for approaches to the new Third Avenue Bridge; acquir¬
ing lands on Sheriff and Willett streets and Broome and Delancey
streets, for school purposes; acquiring lands on 30th street, be¬
tween Gth and 7th avenues, for school purposes.
5th avenue, southeast corner of 17th street, one eight-story brick
and stone store and lofts, 29x100; Henry Corn. No. 156 5th avenue,
owner; Robert Maynicke, No, 725 Broadway, architect.
19th street. No. 137 West, one six-story brick and atone ware¬
house, 20x91, to cost $25,000; Robert Lipoid, No. 25 Horatio street,
owner; E. B. Chestresmith, No. 45 Exchange place, architect.
Boulevard, northwest comer 65th street, one one-story store
building; L. W. Dinkelspiel, No, 30 Broad street, owner.
Manhattan street, Nos, 5 and 7, one brick and atone dry-goods
store; Meisel Bros., on premises, owner; Henry Andersen, No. 1180
Maiden lane, Nos 9-13, fifteen-story brick and stone ofiice build¬
ing. 56.6x77.0V^. to cost $300,000: F. N. Gill, No. 165 Broadway,
owner; Ralph S. Townsend, No. 33 East 19th street,'architect.
Owner is now taking estimates,
Blm street, southeast corner of Duane, eight-story fireproof
store and loft building, 109.7x100x85.8x101.4; Albert Wagner,
No. 107 University place, owner and architect.
Great Jones street, No. 7, lot 25x100, The buyer of this prop¬
erty from Elias Kempner, as recorded in the Gossip column, will
immediately improve the property by the erection of an eight-story
manufacturing building in place of the present old buiiding.
A Chamber of Commerce Committee is at work raising a fund
of $1,000,000 with which to build a building for the Chamber. Al¬
ready $300,000 have been subscribed contingent on the balance be¬
ing raised, about which there is very little doubt. It is the Inten¬
tion to give securities, probably bonds, for the subscriptions.
FLATS ANU TENEMENTS,
95th street, north side, to south side 96th street, 75 feet west of
Ist avenue, four five-story brick and stone flats, 25x65 each, to
cost $15,000 each; Mrs. A. C. Clark, No. 1574 Madison avenue,
'owner; Edward Wenz, No. 1491 3d avenue, architect.
151st street, between St. Nicholas and Amsterdam avenues, three
five-story brick flats; Frederick Shuck, No. 18 St. Nicholas place,
owner and builder; John Hauser, No. 1441 3d avenue, architect
106th street, northwest corner Manhattan avenue, one flve-story
brick and atone flat 50x100.11. to cost $120,000; Smith & Roffler,
No. 130 East 86th street, owner; Neville & Bagge, No. 217 Weat
125th street, architects.
Webster avenue, southeast comer 171st street, one four-story
brick flat; Wenegman & Rohrs, Morris avenue, near Burnside
avenue, owners; Cleverdon & Putzel, No. 13 Asior place, probable
architects; same owners buiiding on adjacent property.
Columbia street. No. 54, 100 north Delancey, six-story brick
tenement, 20x100; Bernard Isaacs, owner; Schneider & Herter,
Bible House, architects.
lS7th street south side, 275 feet west of Lenox avenue, four
five-story double flats; Wiiliam Ueckermann, No. 14 West 118th
street, owner and builder; Charles Stegmayer, No, 306 East 82d
Btreet, architect; size. 25x84 each; covst, $100,000; ali improve¬
; 81st street No. 234 East, five-story double flat; Benjamin C.
Gerken, No. 1498 3d avenue, owner and builder; Charles St^-
mayer. No. 306 East 82d street, architect; size. 25.6x82; cost $18,-
000; all conveniences.
10th avenue, northwest comer SSth atreet, flve flve-story brown¬
stone fiats and stores; August Jacob, No, 527 Weat 149th streep
owner and builder; John Hauser, No. 1441 3d avenue, architect;
size, triple corner flat, 25x80, three 25x60 each, and one 20x81;
cost, $150,000; ail improvements.
143d street, north side, 100 feet west of Sth avenue, two flve-
story flats, now under roof; August Jacob. No. 527 West 149th
street, will complete these unflnished buildings; John Hauaer, No.
1441 3d avenue, architect.
4th street, Nos. 65-67 Bast, two six-story four-family brick and
stone tenements and stores; Joseph L, Buttenweiser, No. 27 Pine
street, owner; Geo. T. Pelham, No. 503 5th avenue, architect;
size, 25x87 each; cost, $27,000 each.
Sth avenue, east side, 133d to 134th street, eight five-story light
brick and stone flats and stores; Sauer, Gross & Herbener. No.
1205 Park avenue, owners and builders; Neville & Bagge, No.
217 West 125th street, architects; size, two triple comer flats, 25
x95 each, and six double fiats, 25x80 each; cost, $200,000; all Im¬
Lexington avenue, northeast corner S7th street; flve-story brick
stores and fiats, 36.6x95; owner, John Kehoe. No. 335 East 15th
street. The above buiiding Is enclosed and will be completed by
the new owner, from plans of Bd. F. Gaylor, No. 110 South Sth
148th street, 250 feet west of Morris avenue, two four-story
brick apartment houses, 25x62, with extension, to cost $10,000
each; Adolph Wexier, No. 516 Morris avenue, owner; Chas, In¬
16th street, south side, between Avenues A and B. one flve-story
brick and stone model tenement. 50x90; New York Model Dwell¬
ing Co,, owners; Misses Gannon and Hands, associated with Lord.
Hewlett & Hull, No. 16 East 23d street, architects.
3d avenue, east side, between lS7th and ISSth streets, four brick
and stone stores and flats, 25x78 each; total cost. $60,000; T. J.
Jenkins & Bro., owners and builders; Ward Cunningham, No. 55
Lenox avenue, architect
Norfolk street, Nos. 147 to 155. six-story modem tenements, 100
xlOO. John Kehoe, 335 East 15th street, owner and builder; John
C. Burne, No. 101 West 42d street, probable architect
106th street, northwest corner of Manhattan avenue, modern
flats, two lots, 25x100 each. Smith & Roffler, No. 130 East SOth
street, owners and builders.
42d street, north side, 100 feet east of 9th avenue, a flve-story
brick and stone fiat and store, 25x89.4, to cost $20,000. C. F. Rus¬
sel and D. Thisted, Tarrytown, N. Y., owners; John Streifler,
107th street, north side, 100 feet west of West End avenue, row
of American basement houses; P. M, Stewart and H. Ives Smith,
owners and builders. This property was purchased by Messrs.
Stewart and Smith during the past week.
54th street north side, west of 5th avenue; one brtck and stone
residence; Dr. Allen Starr, No. 22 Weat 48th street, owner; R. H.
Robertson, Na 160 5th avenue, architect.
Anthony avenue, southeast comer of Berry street, three two-
story wood dwellings, 18x52,to cost $3,000 each; Rowland Thomas,
No. 1968 Bathgate avenue, owner and builder; W. C. Dickerson,
comer of 149th street and 3d avenue, architect.
Mott avenue, near 161st street, one three-story wood dwelling,
22x50, to cost $5,000; Mr. Hoppe, care of architect, owner; Gus¬
tav Schwarz, No. 554 East 158th street, architect.
Walton avenue, near 161st street, four two-story wood dwell¬
ings, 18x42, to cost $4,200 each; Mrs. Reiss, care of architect,
owner; Gustav Schwarz, No. 554 East 158th street, architect
84th street, north side, 79 feet east of Riverside Drive, flve four-
story and baaement dwellings; F. N. Gill, No. 165 Broadway,
owner. Buildings are plastered; owner will complete them and
wiil take estimates.
127th street, south side, SO feet east of Sth avenue, eight four-
story American basement dwellings. Leith & Glenn, No. 217 W.
125th street, owners and builders; Neville & Bagge, No, 217 W.
125th street architects; size, 15.6x50 and extensions; cost, $110,-
000; all improvements.
137th street, south side, 100 feet west of Tth avenue, seven four-
story American basement dwellings; Charles E. Picken, No. 56 W.
113th street, owner and builder; John Hauser, No. 1441 3d ave¬
nue, architect; size, 18x50 and extensions; cost, $115,000; all im¬
137th street, south side, 225 feet west of 7th avenue, three four-
story American basement dwellings; James C. Picken, No. 60 W.
119th street, owner and builder; John Hauser, No. 1441 3d ave¬
nue, architect; size, 17x50 and extensions; cost, $60,000; all im¬
137th street, adjoining above, four lots, a row oC three-story
dwellings; Messrs. Leith & Gienn, No. 215 W. 125th street, owners
and builders; Neville & Bagge, 217 West 125th street, architects.
86th street, north side, 292 feet east of Columbua avenue, 35x
100,8, four-story and basement brick and stone residence; cost.
$35,000; Henry B. Wilaon, owner; Cornelius W. Luyster, 253 Co¬
lumbus avenue, builder; architect will probably be John H. Dun¬
can, No. 21 W. 24th street
Prospect avenue, Westchester, two two-story wood dwelllaga,
16x42, to cost $2,200 each; BUza Eggers, Morris avenue and lOltt
street, owner. _,