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April 15, 1916
RECORD AND GUIDE
in Bond st. Douglas Eskell represented Mr.
Day's offlce in the negotiations.
45TH ST.—Tutino & Cerny sold tor George
■Wedekind the plot, 59.8x100, at .535 45th st,
for improvement with a 4-sty apartment house.
49TH ST, ETC.—I. Salzberg sold for Mrs. M.
Russell to S. Harris a plot 40x100 at the south¬
east corner of 49th st and IBth av. Mr. Harris
gave in exchange a 10-room cottage, on plot
40x100, at 1027 SOth st. I. Salzberg also sold
for Mr. Kornblum to Mr. Phillips a 2-tam. cot¬
tage at 1.548 47th st;and for 0. Gueth to H.
Salwen a cottage at 1,320 45th st.
65TH ST.—The Alco Building Co. has sold
to Alexander J. Silberstein 1930 65th st, Maple¬
ton Park, a 1-fam. dwelling, on plot 25x100,
near the 20th av station of the Sea Beach
Subway for a reported price of $6,000.
66TH ST.—Alco Building Co., associated with
Realty Trust, sold the 1-fam. dwelling 2103 66th
st, Mapleton Park, on plot 24x100, to A. Peter,
for about $6,000.
68TH ST.—Edward J. Hollahan sold for
Henry Knutson, 130 0.8th st, a 1-fam. cottage on
plot 07x145. It is reported that the buyer will
build apartuient houses.
75TH ST.—Wolflnger & Lasberg Building
Corporation purchased, through the Borough
Hall Realty Corporation, the plot 330x100, in
the south side of 75th st, 100 ft. west ot 3d av.
for improvement with five 4-sty apartment
houses, from plans by W. T. McCarthy. The
same brokers obtained from the Lawyers Title
& Trust Co. a building and permanent loan of
77TH ST.—F. P. Brauns sold for Margaret
Donovan the 3-sty building on a plot 40x100. in
the north side of 77th st. 123.8 ft west of Sth av.
and also the plot 60x100 in the north side ot
7Sth St. 149 ft east of 4th av. to be improved
with two 4-sty apartment houses.
BAY RIDGE AV.—Frank A. Seaver & Co sold
three lots on the south side of Bay ridge av. 2Si)
ft east from the Shore rd. for G. W. Averell.
20TH AV, ETC.—Frank A. Seaver & Co sold
fourteen lots at the northeast corner of 20th av
and 71st st and two lots in the north side of
70th st, 180 feet east of 20th av, for Fannie F.
Rural and Suburban.
BRONXVILLE. N. Y.—Burke Stone (Inc.)
sold for a client a house on Front av, Bronx
Manor, to Paolo Zucconi, of France.
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y.—Loton H. Slawson
Co. sold 3% acres at Premium Point for Miss
Ada Nisson to Dr. Charles Weber.
I LEASES. ;
Bush Terminal Co. in 42d Street.
The Kush Terminal Company, Irving
T. Bush, president, has leased from John
Hoge of Zanesville, Ohio, 132-134 West
42d street, and abutting property at 135
West 41st street, a plot fronting 50 feet
in 42d street and 25 feet in 41st street,
with a depth of about 200 feet, for twen¬
ty-one years, with the privilege of four
renewals and an option to purchase.
The deal was negotiated by John P.
Kirwan and E. S. Willard & Company.
On this site, which has been taken, prac¬
tically for eighty-four years, the Bush
Terminal Company will build a twenty-
five-story building, from plans by Helmle
& Corbett. The structure will cost
about $1,000,000 and will be constructed
to house the sales departments of all
classes of American products. Besides
its commercial advantages, other fea¬
tures are contemplated, including a
permanent exhibit of American manu¬
factures. The site is one of the most
central in the city. The present build¬
ings were at one time occupied by Lewis
& Csnger, but have been vacant since
that firm moved to its new Sixth ave¬
Lease Pending in Johnson Building.
A deal is on for the lease, by a newly
formed corporation in which Henry
Siegel is rumored to be interested, of
the store, 66x187, at the northwest cor¬
ner of Broadwav and 35th street, in the
Johnson Building; also of other space
on other floors. At the offices of F.
& G. Pflomm, managers of the building,
it was admitted that negotiations were
going on, but no information was avail¬
able regarding the identity of the pro¬
Foreign Firm Changes Location.
Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ltd., of
Hong Kong, China, with New York of¬
fices at 63 Wall street, have leased
through Stephen H. Tyng, Jr., & Co..
and Pease & Elliman, for their import
and export departments, the twentictli
floor in the Madison Avenue Building,
at 25 Madison avenue, comprising about
15,000 sq. ft.
Lease for Sixty-Three Years.
Menschcl Bros., caterers, have leased
through Frederick Zittel & Sons, from
£. N. Dickerson for sixty-three years
at an annual rental of $15,000 net, 62
and 64 East 34th street, four-story dwell¬
ings, on plot 43.8x98.9, adjoining the
Vanderbilt Hotel. The lessees will erect
a twelve or fifteen story structure at an
estimated cost of $200,000. The first
four floors will be occupied by their ca¬
Florist Takes Watt Block.
The Massas Floral Company has leased
from the New York Life Insurance Com¬
pany, through Charles Edelson, for five
years, the entire block bounded by
Lenox and Seventh avenues and 139th
and 140th streets, known as the old Watt
AMES & CO. have leased tor the J. Romaine
Brown Co. the store and basement at 481 6th
av to M. Gold ; also for John H. Henshaw the
store at 480 3d av to Matt Gagliardi for barber
shop ; for William H. Hussey & Sons the store
at 453 7th av to James H. Jarrett for barber
shop ; tor Leslie P. Gillies the store and 2d
floor of 1.53 West S4th st to the Schwartz Leath¬
er Goods Co.
AMES & CO. have leased for Lucy E. Mirick
the 3-sty dwelling at 74 West 12th st to Mrs. E.
M. Mouraille; also for Potterton Brothers the
4-sty dwelling at 220 West 28th st to Mrs.
DANIEL BIRDSALL & CO., rented for the
estate of John E. Parsons the store, basement
and sub-basement at .388 Broadway to the
Walker-Keenan Co., representing the Hall's
Safe Co. This lease is for flve years at an
aggregate rental of about $20,000.
DANIEL BIRDSALL & CO. (INC.) leased the
entire building .",71 Broadway for Mrs. Carson
C. Peck to 'VV. H. Ostrander & Co., electrical
supplies. The lease is for a long term at an
aggregate rental of approximately $70,000.
WM. D. BLOODGOOD & CO. (INC.) leased
for M. L. C. Ernst the 6-sty building at 1.55-157
West S4th st to M. H. T. Tierney.
BRETT & GOODE CO. has leased at 9-15 Mur¬
ray st the westerly half of the 6th floor to
the Downing Letter Co.: also at 7-11 West
45th st space on the 10th floor to S. Charles,
Inc., and at 406-26 West Slst st about lO.OiJO
sq. ft. on the 7th floor to Brooks & Porter.
BRETTT & GOODE CO. has leased for Fred¬
erick Fox & Co.. as agents, the westerly store at
7r West 23d st to Elias Solomon ; also the parlor
floor store at 51 West 4.5th st to Catherine B.
Reed, and the 4th floor in the same building
to Jacob Leitner ; also space at 7-11 West 45th
st to. Fried & Ungar and Christian F. Groth.
CARSTEIN & LINNEKIN have leased the 5th
loft at 202 East 29th st to Max Berman ; space
at 24-26 East 21st st to Kaufman & Cohen; at
;:i5 6th av to Julius J. Kling ; at 3-7 West 20th
st to the American Braid Co.; at .347 Sth av to
William H. Ammerman and the Sth loft at 465
Broome st to the Standard Muslin Underwear
SIDNEY S. COHEN leased part ot the large
double store at the southeast corner of 7th av
and tnth st to J. H. Hallberg ; also, temporarily,
the store at 1612 Broadway to H. M. McCul¬
CROSS & BROWN CO., in conjunction with
Spear & Co., leased the entire 2d story and
portion of the basement in the new building,
covering the site of the old Wallacks Theatre,
at the northeast corner of Broadway and SOth
st, to Heinrich. Mcrrmann & Weiss, who have
been located at the corner of Broadway and
Broome st for nearly 30 years.
CUTNER & LIPSET leased for Klein & Jack¬
son the nth loft at 37-45 West 19th st. to
Schwab Bros & Baer (Inc.) ; for the Bradkin
Realty Co, at 0-S West .32 st, the 17th floor to
Philip Stromberg; and to the Southern Trav¬
elers' Association, for a New York City club
room, two floors at 1179 Broadway for Schwab
DOUGLAS L. ELLIMAN & Co. have leased
for Robert L. Bacon his apartment at 755 Park
av to William F. Morgan, of Boston, Mass. ;
and also for William Zeigler, Jr., a small
apartment on the entrance floor of the same
building to the same tenant; have renewed
leases for Frederick Johnson at 830 Park av
to Frederick L. Richards, and at 810 Park av
to Wilfred V. N. Powelson; also the store at
605 Sth av, temporarily, tor Mrs. J. F. Ker¬
nochan to Siebreeht, tlie florist, who recently
leased his store at 619 5th av to Dee & Fuku-
DOUGLAS L. ELLIMAN ,S- CO. have leased
apartments at 103 East 86th st for the State
Construction Co. to John F. Ellsworth : at 122
East 70th st for Philip O. Mills to William
Stackpole ; in conjunction with C. P. L. Huston,
an apartment in the new building under con¬
struction at 156 East 79th st for Julius Tish¬
man & Sons to Burr K. Brown ; renewed leases
at 122 East 82d st to Charles W. Camp and
George W. Goldberg ; at 830 Park av to Mrs. R.
M. de Acosta; and at 3 East SSth st to S. Ful¬
DOUGLAS L. ELLIMAN & CO. have leased
from the plans an apartment at 1000 Park av
for Bing & Bing to Max Pollack ; also for Mrs.
William C. Gulliver an apartment at 383 Park
av, furnished, to Walter E. Trent.
J. B. ENGLISH has leased from plans for the
James-Miller Realty Co. to W. J. O'Hearn the
entire Sd loft of 1.552 Broadway, northeast cor¬
ner of 46th St.
J. B. ENGLISH has leased for Ada Under¬
wood, through Louis Carreau, the second loft
at 162 West 48th st to M. Shields, hairdresser,
for five years.
William P. Rae Co.
Tel. Barclay 7451
180 Montague Street
BrooUyn, N. Y.
Tel. Main 4390
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Stale of New Yorit Cily of AVia York
Long Island Railroad
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BROOKLYN, N. Y.
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Specializine in the Bay Ridge District
Bush Terminal Factory Sites
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Tel. 1474-5 Bay Ridge Brooklyn, N. Y.