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RECORD AND GUIDE
June 8, 1907
was secured. In both instances the price per sq. ft. was less than
the sum paid by Mr. Isman in his most recent acquisition. It is
definitely staled that tbe purchase was for "all cash," no element of
trade entering into the transaction whatever,
5TH AV—Thomas A. Edison sold 10 Fifth av, northwest cor of
8th st, a 4-story dwelling, 28,4x100. Mr. Edison bought the prop¬
erly from R. HaU McCormick aboSt a year ago.
Corner on Tth Ave. Piu'chased for Improvement.
7th av—stuyvesant Co-operative Buildings, a corporation or¬
ganized hy Walter Russell, tbe artist, bought from Michael Cole¬
man the southeast corner of 58th st and 7Lh av, 100x125, and wil
erect thereon a 12-sty apartment house. The brokers in the deal
were Alwyn Ball, Jr.. Frank Hugbes and Charles H. Bliss. The co¬
operative building which is to cover the above site will be one of
the handsomest ever built on Manhattan Island. Its cost is esti¬
mated at about $1,350,000. Each apartment is to contain 14 rooms
and 5 baths.
8th AV—West Side Bank purchased from the Haslett eslate, 483
Sth av an old 4-Etv building, 24.9x100. The parcel adjoins the
northwest corner of 34th st, which the institution owns, and also
abuts the bank building, Nos. 485 and 487. On the cor plot, 49.5x
100, the owner will shortly erect a modern structure.
IOth av—Gillen Sc Stryker, in conjunction with C. E. Linthicum,
sold for Herman Reher 136 and 138 10th av, two 3-sty brick tene¬
ments, with stores, 44.6x100.
NORTH OF 59TH STREET.
65TH ST—H, C. Senior & Co. sold for Levi L. Felt, of Hartford,
Conn., the 3-sty dwelling 134 West OSth sl, ISxlOO, to a Mrs. Hurl-
67th st-—E. E. Tisch Sr Co., in conjunction with A Steinman and
J Adler sold for Mr. Weinslock, 224 East 67tb st, a 6-sty new law
house, 40x100,5; fo the Prescott Realty Company, which gives m
exchange 172 East 96th st. a 4-sty double flat, on plot 30x100.8,
and 229 East Slst st, a 4-sty double flat, with stores, 25x102.2.
7GTH ST.—Isaac Haltenhach sold for David Bernstein, 229 East
TOth st, a 4-sty double flat, 2-5x100.
7TTH ST.—Pease & Elliman sold for Andrew Fletcher 339 and 341
W^est TTth st, two 5-sty American basement dwellings, on lots 20
and 15x102.2, adjoining the norlh corner of Riverside Drive. The
buyer will occupy.
g3D ST —-McVickar-Gaillard Realty Company sold for Charles
Morrill 28 West SSd st, a 4-sly dwelling. 19x102.2.
OOTH ST —Mrs. Kale Black sold to Julius Tishman tbe 5-sty lime¬
stone .\merican hasemenl dwelling 25 West OOth st, ITxlOO. Tbe
buyer will occupy the bouse. McVickar-Gaillard Really Co. nego¬
tiated the deal.
OOTH ST—In part payment for 141 and 143 West 20th sl, Mr.
Landeker takes 07 West 90th st, a 3-sty dwelliug, 18.9x100.8, and
64 lots at Roselle Park, N. J.
94th ST —Arthur G. Muhlker has resold for Ernst A. Bohnig the
two 5-sty flats, 332 and 3-34 East 94lh st, 50x100.8.
97TH ST—Frank M. Frauklin sold 229 Bast 97th st, a 5-sty flat,
25x100.8, lo M. Lint.
99th ST.—In part pa.yment for the southwest eorner oE Av A
and 07th st Shweitzer Bros, give to Silverman & Son the plot 250x
100.11, on tbe north side of 99tb st, 100 feet west of First av.
IOOTH ST.—S. Steingut Se Co. sold for F- M. Franklin 119 and 121
East lOOlh st, two new 5-sty flats, each 25x100, to 0. Karp.
109th st —D Phoenix Ingraham & Co. sold for Fifth Avenue
Trust Company 102 West 109th st, a 5-sty triple flat, 25x100,11,
adjoining the southwest cor of Columbus av,
lllTH ST —Isaac Hattenbach sold for Lena Michel ITT East
lllth st, a 4-sty flat, 25x100,11.
113TH ST.—Joseph Roberts bought frora Sarauel Mandel the lot.
25x75, on the south side of n3th st, 100 feel west of Lenox av.
The huyer will erect a 5-sty flat.
Purchaser for a Leasehold.
115th ST.—Charles Funcke sold to D. B. Phillips, through S.
Phillips, the 3-sty brick stable 307 to 311 East llSth st, 75x100,
IITTH ST.—Meyer aud Rose Rosenherg sold to Moses Upland
142 and 144 West llTth st, two 5-sty flats, 50x100,11.
120th ST.—Axel A, Olsen sold for a client to Milton C. Henley
243 East 120tb ts, a 5-sty double flat with stores, 2.5x102.
121ST ST.—Isidor Federman sold for M. Morgenstern to M. Lefko¬
witz. 321 and 323 East 121st ts, a 6-sty apartment house, SOx
123D ST.—Shaw & Co. sold for John W, Calahan. 354 West 123d
st, a 3-sty dwelling, 10x60x100.
Bishop Walters a Piu'chaser.
134TH ST.—Melvin J. Chisum sold for a client 20S West 134th st
to the Right Rev. Alexander Wallers. In the near future this is to
become the diocesan house of the A. M, E. Zion Church.
13-5TH ST.—Hofmann & Tetart have sold for a client to Johu J.
Cronin 4 West 135lh st, a S-sty tenement, 20x99.11.
136th ST.—A. V. Amy Sc Co. sold 492-494 West ISOth st, a 5-sty
new law apartment house, 50x100. to M. Fraade.
Apai-tnient Traded for Jersey Tract.
141ST ST,—. L. Mordecai & Son and Frank Hughes sold for S. M.
Schatzkin to Jacob Axelrod, the two 6-sly elevator apartraent houses
at 227 to 233 West 141st st, each on plot 62:6x99,11, Mr. Axelrod
gives in part payment the property of the Park Heights Land and
Water Company, at Passaic, N. J., containing about 1,100 lots and
Stable Finds Buyer.
AMSTERDAM AV.-F. & G. Pflomm resold for Cbaries E. Johnson
344 Amslerdam av, a 2-sly brick stable, 25.6x90. Mr. Johnson
recently bought the property ihrough the sarae brokers.
Apartments Purchased for Investnient.
COLUMBUS AV.—Harry Goodstein and John Palraer sold, through
Millard Veil, to Isaac Beck the two.5-sty apartment houses cover¬
ing the block front on the west side of Columhus av. hetween 86th
and 87th sts, known as 540 to 5-52 Columhus av. 101 West SOth st
and 100 West 87th st. The huildings cover a plot fronting 201 ft.
on the av and .30 ft. on either st, and contain 13 slores. This sec¬
tion of the Wesl side has for many years heen regarded by real
estale men as an ideal renting district. The parcel has been held
at $275,000. Mr. Beck acquired the property for investment.
MADISON AV.—John Reuahan sold 1291 Madison av, a 4-sty flat,""
20x02.2, adjoining the southeast corner of 02d st.
MORNINGSIDE AV. WEST.—A. L, Mordecai Sc Son sold for the
West Side Construction Corapany to a client of Frank Thorn tbe 6-
sly elevator apartment house now iu eourse of construction at
southwest eor of Morningside av. West, and llSth st. 100x125.
MORNINGSIDE AV.—Henry B. Davis and Charles Helborn sold
to a client of Frank Thorn the southwest cor of Morningside av
and lloth st, a O-sty elevator apartment house, known as Cathedra!
Court, 100x125. ■
PARK AV.—M. Fraade bought from Louis Seifferd the northeast
cor of IOSth sl aud Park av, a 4-sly building with stores, 74x27,
and resold the properly to an investor.
WEST END AV.—Cbas. S, Kohler sold for the estate of Josephine
Riiicr to a client for occupancy, a 3-sty dwelling, 17x60.0, at 818
Wesl.Eud av. The frequency of the sales of small dwellings bas
become noticeable of late, and brokers on the west side say that
the deraand far exceeds the supply.
1ST AV.—Kalz & Co, sold to Rosa Jackson 2206 First av, a 4-
sty teneraent with slore, 20x90.
2D AV.—Froehlich & Rosenblatt resold to Max Damrauer 2491 2d
av. a 5-sty double flat, with store, 25x100, between 127lh and
(Continued on page 114o.)
REAL ESTATE NOTES
E. A. Turner, real estate broker and agent, has moved to
24 East 2Sth st.
An experienced man is wanted to manage a mortgage loan
department. See Wants and Offers.-
_For sale in Long Island Cily, 3 lots, .$1,200 each; 5 lots, $5,500;
3.T lots, $500 each. See Wants and Offers.
One of the choicest acreage plots on the north shore of Long
Island is noticed for sale. See W''anls and Offers.
A position is wanted with a reliable firm by man with 14 years'
experience in management of real estate. See Wants and Offers.
One of the hest transfer corners in Greater New Tork is for
sale. Good for licjuor or other business. See Wants and Offers.
E. A. Turner has removed his office from 11 West 28th st to
24 East 2Sth st, where he will continue to carry on a general
real estate brokerage business.
To lease on long term, plot 70x300, from street to street, valued
at ,$200,000, city of 70,000 population, less than 100 miles from
Pittsburgh. See Wants and Ofters.
At Eltingville, .Staten Island, there is a property consisting of
23 acres ready for development. It has not changed hands in
over 40 years. See Wants and Offers.
The matter of the building of a new Court House in New Tork
County was indefinitely postponed by the Board of Estimate
at its regular meeting on Friday, and there is likely to be no
chance of its revival until some new means of raising funds
E. Morris Butler and Herbert H. Herman, formerly connected
witb Irving P. Lovejoy Company, have incorporated under the
name of Butler & Herman Company, with offices in tl^e Bishop
Building, 76 William st, where they will conduct a general real
estate brokerage business.
Bay Shore has high expectations of the results of the Akersons
coming to that place. It is reported that the Ackerson brothers
paid "just under $500,000- for "Bright Waters," the name of
the estate they have bought from Charles E. Phelps, and that
they will proceed to develop the property.
Hernstein Sr Tripp, real estate brokers, have recently opened
an oflce at 1161 Broadway. They will make a specialty of rent¬
ing lofts and stores between lllh and 42d sts. They are re¬
tained by the law firm of McCloy, Connolly & Dollin, 154 Nassau
st, as experts in the matter of assessments and condemnation
McVickar-Gaillard Realty Co. leased for Herman Younker
to a client for a term of years, at an aggregate rental of about
.i;50,000, 17 and 19 East OSth st, two 5-sty and basement lime¬
stone apartment houses, 50x100. This makes 7 houses that this
company has leased for a long term of years on this block
during the lost 0 months.
The managers of the McKnight Realty Co. are about to move
from their present quarters at 21 West 34th st to the new Henry
Corn huilding, 341 Sth av, Manhattan. Tliey have taken a 21-
year lease of the second fioor in the 5lh av building and will
have one of the best eciuipped realty offices in Manhattan.
A man had a row of high-grade dwellings to sell. The question
was asked him, what percentage of the tolal number of readers
of the ordinary daily newspapers were financially able to buy a
house from him. When roughly estimated, it was perceived
that the figure w^ould be small. On the other hand, the per¬
centage of the select list of readers of the Record and Guide,
representing the most influential class of citizens and also the
wealthiest, would be the highest possible. He used the Record
Reports from many brokers indicate that the real estate mar¬
ket is in good condition, although it has heen handicapped again
this week by bad weather. Suburban sales were less numerous,
tbe falling off was mostly in the small property deals, and due,
of course, to the unseasonable weather. Operations in the larger
property were active and a great deal of new building work has