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Real Estate Record
AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY ai, 1873.
Published Weekly by
THE REAL Wm RECORD ASSOCIATION.
One year, in advance......................g6 00
AU communications should be addressed to
AVniTiNH BmEUiNG, 345 .and 347 Bhoadav.w.
SuBSCRiBEKs AvUl plcase bear in mind, that they
should receive the Reae Estate Record promptly on
Saturday morning, as every paper is sent to the Post-
oflice on Friday night before 11 o'clock in order that the
carriers may have it for their first delivery. The Super¬
intendent of the newspaper mail expects this, and
should be notified immediately through ns of any neg¬
lect on the part of carriers.
The ]\IoiiTGA6E Circular, pnblished CA'ery
AVeducsda}', shoAvs exactly Avho are the parties
tJiat loan monej'^ ou api)i'oved property, and
hoAV much money is advanced by the various
linanciîil institutions of NeAv York on certain
real estate. While this is of value to laAV-
yers, real estate owners, banks, and insurance
companies, no merchant should be Avithout
the list of Chattel Mortgages pnblished Aveek-
ly in TiiE Circular. Ten dollars a year only
being the subscription price, it should be on
file in every Avell-regulated counting-house or
office. Only a few of the back numbers are
to be had at this ofiice. Number eleven is
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WELCOME, WESTCHESTER !
From ail Ave eau hear, the annexation of
Westchester to Ncav York County may be
regarded as an accomplished fact; even the
small politicians of the suburbs A\'ho hereto¬
fore opposed it having ceased résistance to a
measure that the inévitable groAvth of our
city has so successfuUy urged upon the Lég¬
islature of the State. The vote, uncloubted-
ly, Avili be ail but unanimous in this city as
a matter of course, and also Ave now hear in
the villages that abound in the as yet neigh¬
boring county. Westchester property OAvners
will at once appreciate the importance of this
measure, AVhich brings their property right
into a market Avhere financial institutions—
now bj'^ law restricted in advancing money to
city property only—can then also pay atten¬
tion to the real estate of Westchester.
With Vanderbilt's track completed—within
a year, as the prospect how is—there certainly
can be no reason f^^' implaint on the part of
: v". h î who will be then en-
. : ; X " the city within ten
Tlic ixtùMU EîîA^ii. liiîOBp, ayMcU always
has paid considérable attention to real estate
in Westchester County, Avill noAV double its
watchfulness in that respect, aud become a still
more A'aluable organ for aU of those Avho arc
so soou to become our tovx'nsmon.
The RE.A.L Estate Record, as the organ
of property OAA^ners in Ncav York and vieinity,
cannot but congratulate its readers on the
municipal appointments inade thus far by
Mayor Havemeyer. They reprosent a fîiir
îiverage of Ncav York's wealth and intelli¬
gence, and there exists good reason to hope
that property OAvners and citi/.ens generally
Avill have their interests dnly guarded at the
hands of the ncAV appointées. So far as known,
most of the gentlemen thus honored by the
Jlayor are honest, and certainly mean to do
well ; Avhether they will succeed in managing
public affairs as carefully and intelligently as
some of them have been kuoAvn to conduct
their private affairs, remains as yet to be
There is, aside of some minor offices which
many citizens would have preferred to see
filled by more capable men, only a single cause
of regret for those engaged and interested in
the real estate business, and that is that the
Tax Commissioners are not ail experts"in real
estate. No one would dare to lift his A^oice
against the fair famé of Mr. Wlieeler, the
Président of the Commission, but it must be
admitted on ail sides that those who are
charged with taxing property in accordance
with its valuation should, Avhen appealed to,
be able to knoAV Avhat the actual value of that
property is, without being compelled to take
the judgment of others for so important a
part of their Avork.
As to the Park Commissioners, Ave would
like to see men like William T. Blodgett and
William R Martin dévote their time and éner¬
gies toward beautifying our city, a task which
can only be successfuUy accomplished by
gentlemen of culture and of extensive expé¬
rience. To Mr. Martin especially, Avho maj»^
be called the godfather of ail that part of
New York known as the West side, as he
indeed has christened many of its streets and
avenues ; such a compliment would have been
simply an acknoAvledgment honestly made of
liast services freely and spiritedly rendered at
a time that New York was governed by a
cabal, Avhich only looked to its own and not
the city's aggrandizement.
With thèse few Avords we bid the new
régime welcome, hoping only that the Reform
era now beguu in earnest Avili not be per¬
mitted to lose force as time passes by, and
that New York will, henceforth, be governed
in a manner thatAvill secure uot only tiie lives,
but prot(jct the property of its citizens iu ail
its various forms.
28 Bho.sdwaa', e. h. (No. 198). AA''. II.
Van Tassel &, Co. agt. John An¬
24 Dutch ST. (No. 15). .Tohx Laaa'kexce
agt. James S. Smith..............
26 ElciuTH AV., 3. Vf. COR. 12r)TU ST.
James E. roole agt. A. Piaymond .
OJ. ElGUTY-PIFT.-f ST., N. S. .(No. 225 E.) )
~ ElGHTY-SIXTUST., S. S. (No. 228 E.) f
Henry Niebuhr and Wm. Nicbuhr
agt. EclAvard S. Innis.............
28 Saiie PKOPEETy. Tnos. J. Crombie
■agt. E. S. Inuis...................
28 East Bro.A-Davat, w. s. (No. 4à). W.
P. Tyson agt. Eisher & Gustbal...
23 FoRTr-FiFTH ST., S. S. (No. 440 West)
John J. Kennedy agt. Michael
27 FiFTY-SEATiXTH ST., N. S. (No. 227
East). Murray tfc Finn agt. ------
Fortieth st., ït. e. and n. w. cor. T
.i~ Prospect pl.....................
" Forty-eiust st., s. e.. cok. Puos-
pect pl., and G hoiises com. at
s. AV. cor. Prospect pl. and ex¬
tending AV. on 4lst st. and Pros¬
pect pl. e. and av. s. extending
from 40tli to 41st sts............
Joseph M. Hill agt. Calviu 0. Biî¬
28 Forty-second st., s. s. (No. 350
AVest). Joseph IBeacli agt. James
29 Forty-second st. (No. 350). Joseph
Beach agt. James Dunseith.......
29 S.AJVIE PROPERTY. HUGH DOLAJST AGT.
28 FORTY^-SEVENTH ST., S. E. COR. LeX-
ington av., 5 houses on av. and
Madison av. av. s. 2 houses 80 s.
45th st. Thomas Lyons agt. Cath¬
arine A. Birdsall aud E. S. Innis...
23 Gouverneur st., cor. Front st..,
extending to AVater st. John Mc¬
27 Hester st. (No. 189). H. A. Royce
and AV. G. H. Randolph agt. George
29 Hester st., n. s. (No. 189). Brad-
ley & Currier agt. George Vix___
24 Lexington av., s. w. cor. 28Tn st.
John LaAvrence agt.------..........
27 One Hundred and Twelfth st.,
s. s., 100 e. 4th av., 6 houses. Pat¬
rick Slavin agt. David Coburn___
27 One Hundred and Thirty-first
st., s. s., 10 hs. commencing 90 AV.
4th av. John G. Geut agt. Tliomas
26 Park st., n. e. c!Or. Baxter st., 16
x60. John Planagan agt. Frederick
39 Sixty-ninth st., n. s., 100 w. 3d av.,
J. <& R. DarroAV agt. B. Muldoon..
23 Taventy-sixth st., s. s. (No. 234
West) James V. Donvan agt. John
23 Garden st., w. e., 225 n. State st.,
20x75. E. McC. Davis agt. FarreU
Donnelly and Gillespie and Owen
Byrne............................. 905 63