AND'BUILD ERS' GUIDE
Vol, X. ' NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER' 12, 1872. No. 239.
"^Published Weekly by
TIIE REili ESTATE RECORD ASSOCIATION.
One year, in advance......................$(> 00
All communications should be addressed to
-7 AND 9 WABBEN STKBUT,
No receipt for money duo the REAL ESTATE Rkcor-D
will be acknowledged unless signed by one oE our regular
collectors. Henhy D, Smith or Thojias F, Cujimings.
All bills for collection will be sent from the office on a regu¬
larly printed form.
B^ElfiAU OF ASSESSMENTS.
OWixERS of property interested in the assess¬
ments for the following improvements are noti¬
fied that the rolls of assessments -were received
at the ofB.ce of the collector of assessments, on
"Wednesday, October Oth, and all payments
made -within sixty days from that date are by
law exempted from the charge for interest at
seven per cent., which runs from the several
dates of confirmation. The collector's ofaee is
open from 9 A,M, to 3 P.M.
B-jnlc -St., opposite Nos. 52 & 54, curbing, etc.
Bank st., regulating, etc., bet. West st. and North river.
Clinton and South sts., flagging north-west corner.
Church St., sewers, bet. Fulton and Morris sts.
Clark St., curbing, guttering, etc., Broome st. to Spring st,
Hudson st,, sewer, bet. Canal and Vestry sts,
Eaureng st., sewer, bet, Broome and Spring sts.
Laurens st,. basins, bet. Canal and 4th sts.
La-wxence st., bet. 10th av. and 129th st.
Water St., sewer, bet. Gouverneur and Jackson sts.
43d St., sewer, bet. 3d and Lexington avs.
44to St., sewer, bet. 2d av. and Ea.st river.
45th St., sewer, bet. 2d av. and B.ast river.
51st St., flag^ng, from Broadway to Sth av.
5Sth St., Stafford pavement, bet. 6th and ilth avs,
59th St., trap-block pavement, bet. 10th av, and Hudson
61st St., sewer, bet. Boulevard and 9th av.
62d st,, sewer, bet. Boulevard and 9lh av.
6fith st, and Lexmgton av., n, e, cor., basin,
73d st, and Lexington av., s. e. cor,, basin.
74th St. and Le.xiugton av., n. w. cor., basin.
7Cth St., sewer, bet. Isfe and Sd av.
123d St., sewer, bet. Av. A and 2d av.
Little West 12th st. and 10th av,, ba.«in, on s. e. cor.
Avenue A, sewer with branches, bet. 79tli and 8(5th sts.
Lexington av. and 74th st,, basin, s, e. cor.
1st av., sewer with branches, bet. 34tli and 39th sts.
5th av., sewer, het. 49th and 50th sts.
Oth av., regulating, etc.. llOtli st. to Harlem river. '
4th av., sewer, bet. Igoth and 132d sts., with branches.
4th av,, .sewer, bet, 15th and ITtli sts,
ilth av. and 47th st., basin, n. w. cor,
10th av,, sewer, Manhattan to La-.vrence st,
10th av, and 53d st., basin, n, w. cor.
10th av. and 53d st., basin, s. w. cor.
In the Board of Aldermen, on Thursday List, a motion
was made by Aldormaii Conover, iind carried, that all resolu¬
tions and ordinances now pending for paving aU streets
running from Broadway to the North river, on a descend¬
ing grade, with Belgian or trap-block pavement, be amend¬
ed by substetiting Guidet stone pavenient therefor___The
Commi-ssioners in, the matter, of the opening of 97th .and
98th street, from the Eighth ayenue to the Boulevard, have
completed their estimate and assessment, and give notice,
that the abstract, maps, etc, arc now deposited in the
office of the Department of Public Works, there to remain
until the 27th day of November, 1872, Olyjections to be
made in writing to Joseph H, Toone, Chairman, at 82-
Nassau street. Room No. 24. The limits of the assessment
are from the north side of 9Gth street to the south side
oE 98th street, between the centre line of the Boule¬
vard and the centre line of the Eighth avenue___
In the matter of the opening of the Eleventh avenue,
from 59th street to the Boulevard, the Commissioners
have completed their ■ estirhate and assessment, abstracts
of which may be seen at the Deimrtmeut of Public
Works. The limits embraced by the assessment are from
north side of 42d stieet, 600 west from Tenth avenue,
thence..north parallel to Tenth avenue, to centi-e line of
block between 58th and 59th streets, thence east 2U0 feet to
centi-e block between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, thence
north .ind parallel to Tenth-avenue to centre line of block
between 106th and 107tli streets, thence westerly 175 fect,
thence north parallel to Tenth avenue, to south side of
12.0th street, thence westerly to a point 225 west of Eleventh
avenue, thence south to centre block between 106th and
lOTth streets, thence we.st to a point 400 east of Twelfth
avenue, to centre line block between SSth and 59th street,
thence east 200 feet, thence south parallel to Twelfth av¬
enue to north side of 42d street, and thence easterly to place
The Commissioners in the matter of the opening and
extension of Madison avenue, from 124th street to the
Harlem river, have completed their estimate and assess¬
ment, and give notice that the abstract, etc.,' of their
proceedings is now deposited at the office of the Commis¬
sioner of Public Works, there to remain until the 15th day
of November. The limits embraced by the assessment are
as follows : All those lots, pieces or parcels" of land in the
city-of NewYork, situate, bounded and contained within
tho following limits, that is to say: On the west, by the
centre line-of Fifth avenue; oh the east, by the centre line
of Fourth avenue: on the north, by Exterior street or Har¬
lem river; and on the south by the centi-e line of Ei.ghty-
sixth street, excepting therefrom all the land known as
Mount Morris Square. Objections to be filed before the 4th
day of November, with Charles Place, Esq., chah-man, at
82 Nassau street. Room No. 24.
S Amity st., n, s, (No, 77), cok,
Thompson st. Edward R, Costi¬
gan agt, Edward P. Huylar.......
9 Bowery, e. s. (Nos, 45 & 47) a-nd
Christie st., w. s. (Nos. 21, 25, 27 &
29), Stadt Theatre. Michael O'-
' Sullivan agt. Hammond and Rosen¬
4 Chambers st., n. s. (No. 181), 44.4
e. Washington st. Geo. W.' Da
Cunha agt. Catharine Hall........
5 C.\NAL ST,,.N. s. (Nos. 465 & 467),
Jno, Kierst agt, —, Coleman......
5 Eleventh AV.,W', s. (No. 731), abt.
50 s, 52d St. Wm, Murray agt.
Andrew Deer. (Continuation)-----
7 East Broadway, s, s, (No, 183),
bet. Jefiferson and Rutgers, Chris¬
tian Goetz agt, Mr, Barnett.......
8 Same property. Wm. Klein agt.
Mr. S, Barnett...................
5 Fiftieth st., n. s, (No. 447). Theo-
dore Wright agt, Michael Lapp.
5 Poxjrty-sixth st,, n. s,, 125 e. 2d
av, (2 h.), 50s—, John J. & Chas.
M, Bowes agt, Wm, H. Arnox-----
5 Forty-eirst ST. (Nos, 440 to 448
inclus.). Theodore V/right agt,
Carl Wilhelm. (Continuation,)...
■ 4 Forty-first st,, same property.
JohnHaden,Saml. Wilson and Wm.
Winans agt. Carl Wilhelm. (Con¬
4 Fiftieth st,, s, s. (Nos, 404 and
406 W.), Haden, Wilson &.Winans
agt, Martin Karl, (Continuation.)
8 Forty-fourth St., s. s. (Nos. 334,
'330, 338 and 340 W.) bet, Sth and
9th avs. J, H, Havens and J. H,
Havens, Jr. agt, F, Lepoiin......
8 Fiftieth st, (Nos, 404 & 408 W,).
Michael Croghan agt, Martin Karl.
8 Forty-first st, (Nos. 440 to 448 W.
inclus.). Michael Croghan agt.
Carl Wilhelm, (Continuation,),..
9 Forty-sixth st., s, s, (No, 158 W^)
. bet. 6th and 7th avs. Dav. A.
Knapp agt, Mrs, Van Kleet.......
9 Fifty-third st,, n. s., 175 e. 8th
av.,75x^. JohnandJas.M, Worth¬
ington agt. Trustees St, John's
M, E, Church, (Continuation,)..
9 First av.^ w. s. (Nos. 605 and 607).
Wares and Forbes agt, M. - A,
10 First av., w. s., bet. 109th and
110th sts. John J. Knoppel agt.
HiramMoore.................... 1,400 00
10 First av. and 11th st. , n. w. cor. ""
Smith & Matthews agt. Frederick
Edw. Rafter..................... 512 40
4 Houston, n. w. cor. Merger st.
Alex. G. Colder and B, W. Blott
agt, —. Gleason..................
5 Howard st,, n. e. cor. Crosby st.,
2.5x92. Donald and John McDonald
agt. Mrs. Frazer..................
4 Ninth av., n. e. cor, 23d st. (4
houses). Wm. O'Gorman agt.
Thomas E. Foran.................
4 One Hundred and Thirteenth
St., n. s., 100 e. 2d av. (Nos. 30.5'to
325 inclus.). (10 houses). Peter
Brown agt. Green, Owens and Gel¬
7 One Hundred and Thirty-sec-
ondst., n. s., 80 w. 4th av. (7
One Hundred and Thirty-thibd j
s. s., 80 w. 4th av. (7 houses.).. J
John G. Genet agt. Mary A. Moore
4 Ridge st., e. s., bet. Broome and
Delancey sts. (No. 34). Wm. H.
Moore agt. John McConaughy.....
7 Second av., b. s. (No. 1046), bet.
5.5th and 56th sts. Peck and Wan¬
dell agt. Mrs. Blagee. (Continua¬
9 Seventy-eighth st., s, s, (No. 240
E.), 225 w, 2d av,, 2.5x—. Z, S.
Ayres and Jas, McCandless agt.
Maria A. Jahn...................
10 Seventieth st., s. s,, 120 e. Lexing-
ton av, (4 houses). Patrick H. Ly¬
don agt, Wm. McEvily...........
10 Sixty-ninth st., s. s, (No, 28 E.)
H'y McGuckin agt, Wm. P. Deuck-
10 Thirty-eighth st., n. s,, 375 w. 2d
av,, 25x100, Jos, B, Redmond agt.
5 Thirty-sixth st., n. s, (No, 441
W,). The. Wright agt, Carl Wil¬
5 Thirty-ninth st,, s. s/ (No. 43S
W.). The, Wright agt. John Bec¬
7 Thirty-sixth ST. (No, 214B.). Jno.
L. Davis and Jno. B, Johnson agt.
7 Thirty-ninth st., s. s, (No. 424
W.). Jno. Haden, Sam'l Wilson,
and Wm. Winans agt. —. Jordan.
8 Thirty-sixth ST., s. s. (No. 214E.),
bet. 2d .and 3d avs. George Schuf-
flin agt. Patrick Cassidy......___
8 Thirty-ninth ST., s. s. (No. 438 W.).
Michael Croghan agt. John Becker.
8 Thirty-sixtIi: ST., n. s,, 80 -w, 1st
av, (4 houses), John L. Davis and
Jno, B,' Jolmson agt.' T. and J.
9 Tiffany pl., e.. s., 184.6 s. Harbi-
son st„ 100x100. Hugh McGovern
agt, Geo. R, Redman, Sam'l B.
Decker, and J, S, Bowen......... $400 00
9 Butler st., s. e. cor. Brooklyn
av., 240.7 to Douglass st. x350,
Nos. 223, 225, 231 233, 241, and 243
Brooklyn-av., and Nos. 1112, 1114,
1120, 1122, 1128, 1130, and 113.2,
Butler st. Hall & Remsen agt.
Rich'd Claffev, Jno. W, Field, and -
Geo, W. Mead,.,.................. 1,191 99