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RECORD AND GUIDE
June 10, 1922
on all classes of high-
grade income pro¬
ducing properties in
New York City, in
amounts of $500,000
Bond & Mortg-age
562 Fifth Ave., New York City
Telephone 9600 Bryant
Solid Iron and Hollow
Built in the belief that the best matal
window is the only safe window for a
builder to use or for a manufacturer to
S. H. POMEROY CO., Inc.
282-M East U4th Street NEW YORK
Phone: Mott Haven 5220
H. W. BELL CO.
Terra Cotta Blocks
Park Ave. & 139th St.
Phone—Mott Haven 3134
KENT AVENUE & MORTON STREBT
37TH ST.—Geo. & Edw. Blum, 505 Sth av,
have completed plans for alterations to the 4-
sty brick dwelling, 23.\91 ft, at 33 West 37th st
for alleratiosn to the 4-sty brick dwelling, 23x
91 ft, at 33 West 37th st for Mrs. Clara P.
Trunk. 64 Edgecomb rd, Larehmont, owner.
Cost, .I^IO.OOO. Architects will take bids on gen¬
eral contract about June 12. Lessee, Miss Ray
Rosenbaum, 57 West 37th st.
HOMES AND ASYLUMS.
GRAND CONCOURSE.—Jos. H. Friedlander,
681 Sth av, has plans nearing completion for a
3-sty stone home on the west side of Grand
Concourse, between 166th and McClellan sts, for
Andrew Friedman Home, Dr. Bernard Sacks,
chairman building committee, 160 West 50th
st, owner. Architect will take bids on general
contract about June 15.
MANHATTAN AV.—Chas. B. Meyers, 31
Union sq, has been retained to prepare plans for
a hospital on the north side of Manhattan av,
between r23d and 124th sts. for Sydenham Hos¬
pital, Robert Birkhan, president, room 1002, 202
81ST ST.—Sugarman & Hess, 16 East 43d St.
have plans in progress for a 15-sty brick and
limestone apartment hotel, 115x100 ft, at 41-9
West Slst st for Joseph G. Siegal, Inc., 2120
Broadway, owner and builder. Cost, $8oO,000.
STABLES AND GARAGES.
129TH ST.—Samuel Cohen, 32 Union sq, has
completed plans for a 1-sty brick garage, 46x160
ft, at 217-223 East 12Uth st for Chris Dages, 173
East 122d st, owner and builder. Cost, $15,000.
STORES, OFFICES AN DLOFTS.
PARK AV.—Warren & Wetmore, 116 East 47th
st, have plans in progress for a 20-sty brick,
terra cotta and granite offlce building, 80x200
ft, on the east side of Park av. 4Uth to 47th sts,
for Merchants .Manufacturing Exchange of New
York, 400 Lexington av, owner. Cost, $2,500,000.
OTH AV.—Charles Dieterlen, 15 West 38th at,
has plans in progress for a 2-sty and basement
brick loft building. 18x100 ft, at 368 9th av.
corner 31st st, for Patrick Barry, care of Duross
Co., 261 Broadway, owner.
30TH ST.—Cross & Cross, 681 Sth av, have
plans in progress for a 12-sty brick and lime¬
stone offlce and cold storage building, S.'ixlOO ft.
at the southeast corner of 30th st and Sth av
for Revillon Feres Co., 670 Sth av, owner. Cost,
jl.OOO.OOO. Architect will take bids on general
contract about Junt 10. Structural engineer. H.
G Balcom, 10 East 47th st. Steam and elec¬
trical engineer, Clark, MacMullen & Riley, 101
BROADWAY.—Rapp cSi Rapp. 190 North State
st, Chicago, have been retained to prepare plans
for a theatre and moving picture theatre on the
west side ot Broadway, 43d to 44th sts. for
Famous Players-Lasky Corp., Adolph Zukor,
president. 1493 Broadway, owner.
APARTMENTS, FLATS AND TENEMENTS.
GRAND AV.—1. L. Crausman, 2035 Southern
blvd, has completed plans for a o-sty brick,
limestone and terra cotta apartment house. lOOx
95 ft, at the northeast corner ot Grand av and
Evelyn pl for Daar Hartman Construction Co..
Meyer Hartman, president, 726 Beck st, owner
and builder. Cost, $185,000.
SHERMAN AV.—Margon & Glaser, 2806 3d
av, have plans nearing completion for a o-sty
brick and limestone apartment house at the
northwest corner of Sherman av and 165th st
for Rolla Holding Corp., David J, Rubmstein,
president, 1215 Grand Concourse, owner. Cost,
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M anuf ac turers
"PRIZE BEAUTY" Gas Ranges
NEW YORK SHOWROOM AND WAREHOUSE
Phone—Madison Sq. 6627 107 E. 3ltt St., at Fourth Av«.
Wa manufacture eas ranses elclualTely of 49 different styles
and sizes of the highest Krade construction at our compotltore
low grade prices. ■■PBIZB BEArTTT" Oas BangM are ths
best bakers, save gas. sanitary, rust-proof. and special porcelain
VALVE ALARM SERVICE
INTERIOR FIRE ALARM
INSTALLED AS A LOCAL SYSTEM
OR FOR CENTRAL OFFICE SERVICX
FIRE ALARM SERVICE
Automatic Fire Alarm Co.
416 Broadway New York aty
GRAND AV.—J. J. Gloster, 110 West 40th Bt,
has completed plans for a 2-sty brick dwelling,
21x65 ft, on Grand av, near 175th st, for William
Halperin, 124 Glenwood av, Jersey City, owner.
EAST TREMONT AV.—Chas. S. Clark. 441
East Tremont av, has completed plans for alter¬
ations to the 2-sty dwelling, 25x53 tt. at 744
East Tremont av for I. Olenick, 1932 Crotona
parkway, owner. Cost, $10,000. Owner will
take bids on general contract about June 12,
GLEBE AV.—Plans have been prepared pri¬
vately for six 2-sty frame dwellings, 17x36 ft.
with 1-sty garages, 10x16 tt, at the southeast
corner of Glebe av and Rowland st lor J. L.
Fries, Inc., 120 Westchester sq, owner and
builder. Cost, $20,000.
WALTON AV.—Eugene De Rosa. 110 West
loth st, and John A. Dunnigan, 394 East 150th
st, have plans in progress for a 1-sty brick
moving picture theatre, 100x208 ft, with stores,
at the northeast corner of Walton and Bum-
side avs for Jupiter Realty Co., Morris Winck,
president, 71 West 23d st, owner. Cost, $150,-
000. Lessee of store, Cushman Sons, Inc.. 461
West 125th St.
2.8TH ST.—Chas. Infanger & Son, 2634 At¬
lantic av, have completed plans for two 2-sty
frame dwellings. 16x52 ft, in the west side of
East 28th st, 200 ft north of Farragut rd, for
Geo. Scheffer, 568 East 28th st, owner. Total
PRESIDENT ST.—Jos. Martine, 31 Union sq,
has completed plans for a 3-3ty brick dwelling,
24x60 ft, in the north side of President st, 100
ft east of Schenectady av, for Jacob Wishinsky,
45 Powell st, owner. Cost, $20,000.
PRESIDENT ST.—McCarthy 6 Kelly, 159
Remsen st. have completed plans for twelve 2-
sty brick dwellings at President st and Frank¬
lin av for Wm. Small, 215 Montague st, owner.
AMBOY ST.—E. M. Adelsohn, 1778 Pitkin av,
has plans in progress for two 2-sty brick dwell¬
ings, 20x60 ft with garage, in the east side ot
Amboy st, 2()0 ft north of Newport av. for
Gagilow Bros., 251 Watkins st, owner. Cost,
FACTORIES AND WARE!' 'ES.
OOTH ST.—Alfred A. Berube. 220 West 42d
st, Manhattan, has plans in progress for a 1-
sty brick factory, 40x60 ft. with offices, in 60th
St. between 15th and 16th avs. for City Iron
Works, 444 West SSth st, owner. Owner will
soon advertise for bonds on separate contracts.
DEAN ST.—David A. Lucas. 98 3d st, has
completed plans for a 2-sty brick theatre. 70x
100 ft, with stores and offices, at the southeast
corner of Dean st and 4th av for Times Plaza
Theatre, Dr. M. Spero, president, 79 4th av,
owner. Cost. $250,000. Owner will take bids
on general contract in the fail.
BALDWIN, L. I.—Tooker & Marsh, 101 Park
av, Manhattan, have been retained to' prepare
plans for a 1-sty brick and limestone bank, 30x
60 ft. at Merrick rd and Grand av, Baldwin, for
Baldwin National Bank, Baldwin, owner.
MASPETH, L. I.—Geo. W. Landsman, 105
West 40th st, Manhattan, has plans in progress
for a 3-sty frame convent, 25x60 ft. at Clare¬
mont and Hull avs, Maspeth, for Holy Cross
R. C. Church, Rev. Father Adelbert Nawroohl,
rector, owner, on premises. Cost, $10,000.