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BROADWAY.—Stockton B. Colt, No. 287 4th av, is drawing the
plans for an 18-sty store and office building to be erected at
the southwest corner of Broadway and Duane st. on a plot 111.5
on Broadway. 130.1 on Duane st, and a westerly line of 120 feet.
A new company will be formed to own and erect the building,
and it will be called the Barclay Realty Co. Interested In the
company will be Henry A. Barclay, Wright Barclay, James L.
Barclay and Sackett M. Barclay. The new building will cost
THOMPSON ST.—Adolf Mandel, No. 157 Rivington st. will
erect a 6-sty brick and stone stable building on the plot 47,6x100
Nos. 173 and 175 Thompson st. Tin roofling, concrete work,
drainage, etc. Charles B. Meyers, No.- 1 Union Square, will be
the architect. Work will begin shortly. The cost wfll be $40,000.
APARTMENTS, FLATS AND TENEMENTS.
59th ST.-Richard Rahl, Bible House, is working on plans for
a 4-sty brick and stone semi-fireproof bachelor apartment house
and cafe to be erected on the plot 40x62.6, southeast corner of
59th st and Lexington av, to contain steam heat, electric light,
open plumbing, tile, mosaic and parquet work, tin rooflng, plate
glass, cabinet work, etc. John Moje, 201 East ^st st, is the
owner. Cost, $40,000. Bids will be taken in a month's time;
building to commence June 1.
lOSD ST.—J. Arthur Pinchbeck, No. 674 Columbus av, will
erect a modern flreproof apartment hotel, nine stories, on the
Site fronting 100.11 feet on Broadway and 120 feet on 103d st,
southwest coiner. Brick and stone, electric elevators, separate
telephones, electric light, steam heat, open plumbing, mosaic,
tile, marble and stucco work, mahogany cabinet work, steel
frame construction, tile rooflng, etc., are specified. The archi¬
tect will be chosen by competition In a few days. The cost will
be $750,000. Operations will commence in about a month's time.
149TH ST.—Albert Rothermel, architect and builder, 663 East
144th st, will erect a 6-sty brick double flat, 29,9x35x61x29x122,
cn the south side of 149th st. 190.6 east of Bergen av.
141ST ST.—Fleischmann Bros., No. 1490 Sth av, will erect two
6-E,ty elevatcr apartment houses, each 60x8T feet, on the south
side of 141st st, 105 feet west of Tth av. George F, Pelham,
No. 503 Sth av, is the architect. The Messrs. Fleischmann own
475 feet on this street, and they will probably build similar
houses on the rest of the block,
LEXINGTON AV.—Plans for the building at the northeast
corner of Lexington av and 49th st, on plot 51.3x100.5, have
again been changed. John Hauser, No. 1961 Tth av, is now com¬
pleting plans for a 10 or 12-sty hotel. The operation, when
originally started, contemplated 3. T-sty apartment house; it
was changed early this year to nine stories, Gundlach & Koch,
No. 204 East 86th st, are the owners.
7SD ST.—McKim, Mead & White, No. 160 5th av, are working
on plans for a 4-sty brick and stone residence to cover the plot
44x102.2 No. 127 East 73d st. Open plumbing, electric lighting
and bells, steam heat, tile rooflng. mahogany cabinet work,
stucco work, tile and mosaic, parquet flooring, etc., will be re¬
quired. Building will commence about June 15. Bids will be
taken in about one month's time. Charles Dana Gibson, of No.
Ill East SSth st, is the owner. Cost will be $45,000,
WESTCHESTER AV., S, E. COR. BEACH,—Pour 4-sty brick
flats. This property, which was recently sold under foreclosure,
will be completed under revised plans by Moore & Landsiedel.
with stores occupying flrst and second stories; cost, $5,000, New
owner, Michael Davis, northeast corner Westchester av and
34TH ST.—Richard Rahl, Bible House, will draw the plans for
alterations on the building at the northeast corner of 3d av and
34th St. which will consist of i^hanging the store front, lowering
the floor, new ceilings, cabinet work, mosaic and tile work, car¬
penter work, plate glass, mirrors, etc. Richard Brackman, 3d
av and 34th st, is the owner. Cost will be $5,000. Bids will be
taken in about thr_'e weeks' time.
5th av,—The Rouss residence, which has been purchased by
Mrs. Jeannette P. Goin, of No. 582 Sth av, will be extensively
altered by the present owner. The building is situated at No.
632 Sth av. It will be thoroughly modernized and decorated.
Tile, mosaic and cabinet work, glass work, plastering, parquet
work, etc, will be required. The work will be commenced about
May 15, and the cost will be $100,000. The architect has not
53p_ ST.—Boring & Tilton, No. 32 Broadway, have purchased
No. 55 West SSd st, a 4-sty and basement brownstone dwelling.
They are working on plans for alterations on the same.
BROADWAT.—J, W. Stevens, architect and builder. No. 156
5th av. is demolishing the building occupying the site No.
682 Broadway. A 10-sty store and loft building of brick and
stone will be erected in its place. Steam heat, electric light,
electric passenger and freight elevators, tile and cabinet wbrk,
(For Plans Piled, See Pages 629 and XL)
plate glass, etc., concrete work, etc., wfll be required. Bids are
now being received,
BROADWAY.—Bids are being received for the 10-sty and
basement store and loft building to be erected at No. 543 Broad¬
way, The building will be of brick and stone, and tile, mosaic,
cabinet, concrete, and iron work will be required; also electric
light, steam heat, electric passenger and freight elevators, plate
glass, etc. J. W. Stevens. No. 156 5th av, is the architect and
44TH AND 45TH STS.—Ranald PE. Macdonald & Co., No. 41
W. SSd St. are receiving bids for the construction of the theatre
and office building to be erected on the plots, 83.4x100.5 feet.
Nos. 136 to 144 West 45th st, and 20x100 feet. No. 139 West
44th St. The theatre will seat 1,460 persons and be fitted with
tile, mosaic, marble, brasswork, etc, electric light, steam heat,
ventilators, plumbing, etc. The office building will be 6 stories
high, and contain electric elevators, steam heat, electric light,
etc. Both buildings will be absolutely flreproof; rooflng not yet
decided upon, J, B. McElfatrick & Sons, 1402 Broadway, are
the architects; George G. Heye, No. 71 Broadway, the owner.
The cost wfll be $250,000. Buflding wfll be commenced at once.
13TTH ST.—John Hauser, No. 1961 Tth av, is ready for bids for
seven S-sty dweflings with extensions, to be erected on the north
side of 137th st. 250 feet west of Tth av, for William H. Picken,
1961 7th av,
23D ST.—In two weeks' time bids will be received by Patrick
McMorrow, owner, 477 Central Park West, for the erection of a
5-sty brick factory building, 66x98 feet, to be located on East
23d st, 100 feet east of 3d av. Plumbing, electrical work, ele¬
vators, carpentering, etc., will be required. The building is to
be of steel frame construction, and cost about $50,(X10. Neville
& Bagge, No. 215 West 125th st, are the architects.
STH AV.—John T. and James A. Parley, builders. No. 569 5th
av, will receive bids for plastering on the residences Nos. 832 and
f:34 Sth av in three weeks' time. Bids will also be received by
them for cabinet work and decorations on the same buildings
in abcut six weeks' time.
By the President cf the Borough of The Bronx, at the Munici¬
pal Building, corner of Sd av and ITTth st, until April 14 at 11
a n,., for the following: Sewer and appurtenances in Jackson
sv, bttwEen "Westchester av and 156th st; in lS2d st, from Morria
av to the Grand Boulevard and Concourse, and in Creston av,
from ISlst st to Field pi; in Macomb's road, between Jerome and
Aqueduct avs; in Belmont av, between ISTth .^t and William
(or 186th st); in 173d st and Suburban pl, from Boston road to
Crotona Park East, and In Crotona Park East, from Summit
west of Suburban pl to Sunm.it east of 173d st; in 176th st, from
the Southern Boulevard to Boston road; temporary sewer and
appurtenances in Shell st, from a point 2S7 feet west of Sth av
to the centre of 6th av; regulating, grading, setting curb stones,
flagging the sidewalks, laying crosswalks, building approaches,
placing fences, in Daly av, from 176th st to Bronx Parfe.
55TH ST.-Bunn & Nase, No 1123 Broadway, have been
awarded the general contract for alterations on the residence at
No. 119 East 55th st, which includes corpentering, painting,
plumbing, electric lighting, decorating, cabinet work, etc. Cost
to be $17,000. J. Seavor Page, owner. H, Edwards-Ficken,
architect. No. 10 West 22d st.
ARDSLET-ON-HUDSON, N. T,—Bunn & Nase, No, 1123
Broadway, have been awarded the general contract by A, S.
Beil, architect, of No. 35 Nassau st. for the erection ot a brick
and frame residence; steam heat, electric light, etc Roofing has
not been decided upon. Cost. $35,000. M, M. Van Buren, owner.
67TH ST.—William G. Maher, No. 1135 Broadway, has been
awarded the contract for carpentering on the T-sty studio build¬
ing at 6Tth st, 100 ft. west of Columbus av. Sturgis & Samin-
son. No. 102 East ITth st, are the architects.
LAWRENCE ST.—William G. Maher, No. 1135 Broadway, haa
besn awarded the contract for carpentering on the 5-sty and
basement brick school building on Lawrence st, south side. 161.6
feet west of Amsterdam av. E. A. Joss^lyn. No. 36 East 22d st,
is the architect.
ENGLEWOOD, N. J.—W. D. Reeve, Englewood, N. J., has re¬
ceived the contract for erecting a frame residence. Open plumb¬
ing, electric light, cabinet work, carpentering, plastering, shingle
rooflng, etc. The heating method has not been decided as yet,
A. G. C, Fletcher, architect. No. 1133 Broadway, is the owner.
The Harris Safety Co., of New Tork city, have been awarded
the contract for equipping fifteen public school buildings at Buf¬
falo, N. T., with the national system of stair flre escapes. Con¬
tract price, $6,488.
The Sons of the Revolution, of which M. P. Ferris is treasurer,
of No, 146 Broadway, will erect a building on, the site, Nos. 146
and 148 West SSth st, on which they have recently exercised
an option to purchase. Their building fund now exceeds
A gift of $250,000 will shortly be made to the Teachers' Col¬
lege, The money is to be used in building a new gymnasium.
Teachers' College now occupies four buildings in West 120th st,
just behind Columbia University, and near Barnard College for