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AND BUILDERS' GUIDR
NEW YORK. FEBRUARY 3, 1883.
Published Weekly by The
Real Estate Record Association
OWE XFAR, In advance.....$S.OO
Oommimications should be addressed to
C. W. SWEET, 191 8roadwa>
J. T. LINDSEY. Business Manager.
SALES OF THE WEEK.
The following are the sales at the Exchange Salaa-
room for the week ending February 2;
• Indicates that the property described has been 0 irf
in for plaintiff's account:
a. v. HARNETT & CO.
Nichola pi, as, 183.4 w Preacoft av. 51.fls202s
E. M. Olcott. (Amount due,
Water st, No. 385, a a, 20x806. four-slory brick
store, and one-story brick extenaion. J.
18th sr. No. 227 E., n a. 23x82, three-atory brick
dweil'g. Thos. E. Tripler. ILeaseliolcl;
leaae eipirea Nov., 133ti; ground reut $350
per an uura and tasea)....................
I9th st, No. UH E., a a, 2Ux9ii, three-story brick
dweil'g. R.Kelly. iLeast-bold; lease &i:-
pires Nov., 13!16; ground rent 8300 per an¬
num and taxeaj ...........___..........
»28thst, No. 41 W., u s, 214x08.9. four-story
stone front dweil'g. Jolin P. Patterion
and ano., exr. (Amount due, abt $13,700).
Inwood st, s w cor B st, 9 lots ..............i
Inwood St. n a, oppoaite C st, 8 lots....... (
A. R. Vau Nest.........................
B. H. LODLOW A CO.
Bowery, No. 186, w a, 25.\99.6, three-story brick
house and i ue-story frame extunsion. H.
Broadway, No. 318, s e cor Pearl st, 25.ls99.6r
25x99.10. five-siory brick store and office
building. Orlando B. Potter .............
Beaver St. No. I. a s, 23.2x70.11, irreg., four-
story brick siore. A. Kingaland. (Leased
for 9 yeara, from May 1, 1882, at $4,000 per
Broadway, es, abt 13,' n Exchange pi, 225x
119 5 to Kew st, x2i. 11x53.3x1.4x63.2; No.
68 Broadway and 11 New st, five-story
brick biiildiiig. H.Kennedy. (Leased to
May 1. 18S3. at g.8,300 per annum).........
Front fit, No. 56, n e cur Cuyler's alley. lH.5x
85.3, four-atory brick atore. John Dono¬
Fulton St. No. 8, ss, Ifl.lOxtas, four atory brick
building. E. A. Cruikaiiank. (Leased to
May 1, 1883, at $3,5U0 per annum)..........
Wall at, No. 97, s s, i0.6x40,H, lour-atory brick
building. J. Grifton Minet. (Leased to
May I. 18S3, at $4,50 ).....................
Water st, No. :.'■!;. a s, 25x73.9. five-story brick
store. J. A. Leavitt. (Leased lo May 1,
16S3, at 81,700pBraQnum)................
Plot I oC 30 villa iilois at Riverdale, 24th Ward
indeft. H. L. Wardwell ...............
1 5 part of 106.6 ft of total frontage of abt
a3j.l ft. bulkhead and pier 5, North River.
E. A. Cruikshank. (Leased to May ], 1383.
ac $18,0,0 per annum) .........
16th at. No. 9 VV., n s, 33.4x93, three-atory brick
dweil'g. W. P. Prentice. (Amount due
82d st, n s, lo3.6 w 2d av, 50.10x100, three two^
story dwell'gs. Chas. L. Willis. (Amount
due, abD $7,010)............................
W. L. HAHBRSLEV.
I2ih st, No. 9 E., n s, aix 127x20x121. three-atory
brick dwellg. Bronson Murray, for
United States Medical Assoc...............
J. T. nosn.
120tb st, Noa 110 to 120 E., a s, ISoxlOO.lO six
four-story brick dwell'es, unfinished. Fred¬
erick Baker, (ad mort.; amount due, abt
$13,500; prior morts., $53,000)..............
ftUUOKLYN, N. I.
In the City of Brooklyn, Messrs. T. A. Kerrigan
and J. Colo have made the following sales (or the
weekending February 2:
Bond at, e a. IS a State st, 18.3x50. Frank
Frost............................ ftg 7qq
"Jefferson at, s s, 160 e Reid av,'26x166 'wil-
liam Mackie.................. g ggO
Lafayette av, s s, 110.1 u Raymond st. 22.6x95^
Alexander Asar .................... 7 BOO
♦6th av, a w cor 23J at, 25x100. William How¬
ard aud ano ............................... 3 010
Wherever the letters Q. C. and C. a. 6. occur, pre¬
ceded by the name of ihe grantee they mean as follows
ist—Q.C. is an abbreviation for Qu.it Claim deed
i. c, a deed in which all the right, title and interest of
the grantor is conveyed, omitting all covenants or war¬
■id~C. a. G. means a deed containing Covenant
against Grantor only, in which he covenants that he
hath not done any act whereby the estate conveyed may
be impeached, cluinjed or incum,bered.
SEW YOKH. CITY.
Jan. 26, 37, 39, 30, -31, Feb. 1.
Broadway, s e cor Beaver st, runa south 26.5 x
east 33.6 X 84.6 x north a'H to Beaver st, x
west IIO.S. Cornelia W. Weeks, widow, to
The New York Produce Excda'nge. Q. C.
Jan. S3. nom
Broadway, No. 233, w s, 18.6x118.11x18.6x117.6,
five-story stone front office building Mah-
lon Sands to George Noakes. Mort. S-IO OO^
Jan. 11. 73,250
Broadway or old Blcoiningdale ri ad, n p cor |
103d st, runs east 1.57.9 x north 100.U x
west 2(18.1 to Broadwav, xsouth 113.
Boulevard, e s, 59..5 n J03dst, runs northe.ist
13.11 X northweat 39.10 x south 42.2.
Broadway, s e cor 104th st, ruus east ISS.H x
south 100.11 X west 83.1 to Broadway x
northwest 113 9.
Boulevard, n e cor 103d st, runs east 37.6 x
north 73.3 x west 13.11 to Boulevard, x
Boulevard, es, Vo.S s 93d st, runs east 106.1
to Bloomingdale road, x south 43.6 to lane,
X west ioa.y to Boulevard, x north 35.?.
Bloomingdale, n w cor 91st st, luns uorth
8.10 X west along lane 100.3 to Boulevard, x
south 15.5 to 91st st, x east 99.8.
Sth av, s w cor 58th st, 35.5x100.
Jesse W, Liiienthal, trustee or a'-'signee, sub¬
stituted for J. Seligman, dec'd, who was as¬
signee for J. D. Phillips, to Joseph M.
Emanuel. All title. Juue30, 18«l. l,fiOO
Broome st, No. 105, s s, 75 w Sheriff st, 35x75,
flve-story brick store and tenem't. Katha¬
rina wife of and Simon Levy to Tobias and
Gerson Krakower. Moit. §3,500. Janu¬
ary S5. 14,000
Cortlandt st. No. 14, five-story stone front
store, also all title iu trust fund, James R
Walsh. St. Paul, Minn., to Olivia B. Walsh,
Stamford, Conn., both children of Emily M.
Walsh, dec'd. All title. Jan. 12. 800
Bame property. Silas B. Walsh, St. Paul
Minn., to Elizabetb R. Walsh. Stamford,
Conn., both children of Emily M Walsh.
All title. Jan. li. 800
Canal st, n e cor Elm st, 33x92x33.6x91.6, four-
story brick store and factory on Canal st,
and flve-story factory on ?;im st. Nicholas
Gerdes to John H. Gerdes. >., part Morts
J^ of ?33,0l)0. Jan. 29. ' ar-m
Canal st. No. 116, s s, 611 e Chrystie st, 30x50,
three-story frame (brick front) store and
dweil'g. Fredericka W. and Edmund War¬
ing, exrs. Wm. E. Waring, to Charlotte Bar¬
nett. Mort. $5,000. Jau. 30. 13,7.-,u
Same prop«rty. Release dower. Fredericka
W. VPftring, widow, to (Jharlotte Barnett.
Jan. 30. Qom
Chambers st. No. 18 New Chambera st, s s, 96.1
e Willifcm st, runs eaat 33.6 x souih 3.3 x west
17 X north 14.8, twe-story brick store and
dweil'g- Emile Richard to Thomas Lewia.
Jan. 31. .5,000
Christie st, Nos. 8 and 10, s e cor Bavard at,
43x76.3, two five-story brick stores and
tenem'ts. John and Henry Stemme to
Mayer, Baum and Moses Friedman, Janu¬
ary 30. 4,i5,00O
Chrystiest, No. 110, e s, 100 n Grand st, 35x
100, three-story frame (brick fronl) store and
dweil'g and fi ur-story brick tenem't in rear.
Elizabeth A. wife of Stephen Barker, Elean¬
or Burling, New York, Coruelia B. Fond,
Passaic, N. J., Edward O. Burling, Roseville,
N. J., devisees L. S. Burling, to Josephine
Carrol. Jan. 33. nom
Same property. Stephen Barker, exr. L. S,
Burling, to same. Jan. 39. 13,500
Same property. Lancaster C. Burling, heir L.
D. Burling, to same. Jan. 83. uom
Clinton st, No. 175. w s, 150 s Grand st, 25x100,
flve-story store aud tenem't. Partition.
Cliarles F. MacLean to Isaac Marks. Morts.
$10,000. Jan. 26. 31,570
Clinton st. No. 133, w 9, 156.6 s Delancey st,
20.9x100, three-story frame store and dweli'g,
and four-atory brick teuem't in rear. John
Wagner to John Nehrbas, Mort. J3,500,
Jan. 27. nom
Same property. John Nehrbas to Friedericke
w ife of Jobn Wagner. Mort. $3,500. Janu¬
ary 37. nom
Ea';t Broadway, No. 90, n s, 185.6 e Market st,
35x65.1(1x35x65,11, flve-story brick store and
tenem't Joseph and Frank Schaeffler to
George Gottheimer. Mort. SIO.OOO. Janu¬
ary m. 21,001)
Edgecombe road, e s, at n s of former 172d st,
runs east 60.7 to High Bridge park x south
631.3 to centre of former 170th st x west
108.9 to Edgecombe road x north 764.6; includ¬
ing so much of Edgecombe road as lies between
aboveproperty and centre of said ri ad, extend¬
ing north to Illth av, &c, Pbilo T. Ruggles to
James McCloudand Jobn J. Mahoney. Par¬
tition. Jan. 4. 35,iil5
Edgecombe road, e s, at south boundary High
Bridge park, runs south 599.2 x ca.st on line
with 155tb ft 1.9 to aqueduct X north .595 to
south boundary of Park x west 311.1 x south¬
west l(iis.9. Partition. Philo T. Ruggles to
Hugh Stevenson. Jan. 4. 7.5113
Eldridge st. No. 1.^8, e s, 80 s Rivington st, X'3x
W.6, four-story brick tenem't. Peter Schnei¬
der to Charles Tisch. Feb. 1. 13,501)
Forsyth st. No. 317, w s, 75 s Houston st, 3lx
66.10, four-story brick tenem't. Louis Hey-
mann to Elizabeth Bernhard. Mort. J5 000.
Feb. 1. 11,800
Grand st. No. 107, and Nos. 32 and 34 Mercer
st, begins Grand st, s c cor Mercer st, 3a.3x
95.4; No. 107 Grand st, three story brick
store; Nos. 33 and 34 Mercer st, four story
brick store. Jobn F. Townsend and Edward
Tuck to Charles E. Butler. Morts. S:;5,000.
Feb. 1. 47,500
Grand st. No. 476, n s, 50 w Willett st, 25xloo,
fouT-.=tory b'ick store and tenem't and three-
story brick tenem't on rear. Albert Bau¬
mann to Bernard Magen. Mort. $9,0 0.
Jan. 31. .30,000
Greene st. No. 203, e s, 150 s Amity st, 25xlu0,
four-story brick factory buld'g and tbree-
story brick extension to same. FrsnK j.
Dupignac to Isaias Meyer. Mort. $9,000.
Jan. 30. 17,000
Greenwich st. No. 113, e s, 25 x —, four-i-tory
frame (brick front) store and tenem't and
three-story brick carpenter shop on rear.
Thomas Wall, Brooklyn, to Patrick Kava-
nagb. Feb. 33, 1883. All liens. 750
Houston st. No. 125, s s, 81 e Chrystie st, S7x
74.3, six-story brick store aud tenem't. Chas.
H. Schminke to Charles R. Schminke. All
title. )4 part. Jan. 29. 13,750
Houston st, s w cor Forsyth st, 66.7x75, three
four-sCory brick stores aud tenem'ts on Hous¬
ton st and four-story brick cracber bakery on
Forsyth st. Johu Stemme to Wiibelm
Klumpf. Morts. 16,000. Feb. 1. 53,000
Houston st, n s, 315 w Pitt st, 60x73.3x50x69.8.
Frank aud Peter Schaeffler to Catharine
Springer. Morts, $18,000. Feb. I. 45,700
Irving pi. No. 17, w s, S3 n 15ih st. 30.3x60,
portion of flve-story brick hotel. Mary A.
wife of Samuel Frost to said Samuel Frost.
Jan. 13. nom
James st. No. 63, e s, 16.8x100, two-story brick
frout store and dweU'g. * Annej wife of and
Johu K.eirns to Bernard Golden. Jan. 30. 4,000
Jumel pi, ws, 213.9s Edgecomb road, 50x100,
Partition. Philo T. Ruggles to Nicholas
Powers. Jan. 4. 470
Kingsbridge road, s s, 100 w Hawthorne st,
Kingsbridge road, s s, 50 w Hawthorne st,
Hawthorne st, w s, 100 n Vermilyea ; v, lOOx
Wiliiam A. Booth, assign, of W. F. Moller, to
Arnold Lustig. Q. C. Dec. 37. uom.
Liberty st. No. 63, 3 s, 160 e Broadway, 33.11x
SHx33.nx83.2. four-story (stone front) office
bailding. Mary V. [Marquand wife of El¬
bert B. Monroe, Soulhport, Conn., Henry G.
iuar.iuaua, N. Y.; Daniel W. McWilliams,
Biooklyn, to Alanson Trask, Brooklyn. Q,
C. Jan. 36. ,4^,000
Lc-wis st No. 86, e s, 145 s Stamon st, 20x100,
twos ;y frame (brick front) storeand dwell¬
ing, and two-story frame dweli'g on rear.
Christian Young to Emilie S. Young, Morts.
$3,500. Jan. 36. gift
Morton st. No. 60, s s, 105 e Hudson st, 25x100,
tbree-story brick dweU'g. Francis Bouteeou,
Toronto, Kansas, so Evert Bergen, Brooklyn,
Dec. 13, 18,500