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RECORD AJVD GUIDE
February 9, 1907
174 Fulton st, 5-sty buildings, 53.8x77, about 200 ft. west of
Broadway and facing St. Paul's Churchyard. The sellers- pur¬
chased the property in 1906 for $232,000. It is understood that
the present purchase price was about $280,000. The property
is admirably adapted for improvement and it is considered
likely that the old buildings will be razed and a new office build¬
ing erected thereon. The downtown terminal of the McAdoo
tunnel is close by.
"Pidtou Chambers" Sold.
FULTON ST.^-The Chas. P. Noyes Co. sold on Friday for
Voorhees & Floyd, representing the estate of Isaac Greenwood,
the 7-sty office building known as the "Fulton Chambers," 102-
104 Fulton St. The building covers a plot 50x80 and is as¬
sessed by the city at $200,000. It is said that the structure is
leased to separate tenants at $25,000 per annum. The pur-
chaeers are Edward A. Bradley and Floyd H. Crane, who will
make alterations and hold the property for investment. This
is the second sale in Fulton st this week.
GRAND ST.—S. H. Schlanger sold to Isidor Leipzig the north¬
west corner of Grand and Pitt sts, a G-sty tenement, 25x100.
HARRISON ST.—John N. Kalley & Son sold for John R.
Smith and Patten Bros. 43 and 45 Harrison st, two 4-Bty build¬
HENRT ST.—I. Alexander has sold 39 Henry st, a G-sty
Held for More Than a Century.
OAK ST.—^Arthur A. Goldstein sold for the estate of Eliza A.
Thorn 53 Oak st, a 5-sty tenement house, with stores, and 7G
Catherine st, a 2-sty building.
PIKE ST.—Louis Lebewohl sold for Laurence Schor to Jacob
Levin 46 Pike st, a 5-sty tenement, with stores, 25x86.
RECTOR ST.—Arnold & Byrne sold for Edmund D. and Lena
Teller 17 Rector st, a G-sty building. 30x47. The buyer is Pat¬
rick McCartbj', who owns the adjoining southwest corner of
Greenwich, and now controls a frontage of 100 ft. on Rector st.
SULLIVAN ST.—E. V. Pescia & Co. sold for Shapiro. Le^-y &
Starr the 7-sty tenement 142 Sullivan st, 25x125.
The Everett House Sale.
UNION SQ.—The Everett House, at the northwest corner
of 4th av and 17th st, was sold by Henrietta Kahn, Ferdinand
Kurzman and Richard Deeves to the Century Realty Co., the
Alliance PLcalty Co. and Potter & Bro. Tlie brokers in the deal
were Geo. R. Read & Co. The parcel has been held at about
$900,000. It was purchased by the sellers in 1S95 for about
?700,000. While the exact selling price has not been made
public, it Is believed to have approached $850,000. The build¬
ing is a 5-sty structure, having a frontage of 142 ft. on 4th
av and about 128 ft. in Union sq. The Everett House was
erected in ISoS and is one of the old landmarks of the city of
New Tork. The premises are situated diagonally opposite the
proposed Court House site, which latter extends from 14th to 17th
sts and from Union sq east to Irving pl. It is not Icnown what
disposition will be made of the Everett House, but operators
are of the belief that the property will be improved by the
erection of a modern office building. Its proximity to a new
Court House would undoubtedly render such an improvement a
To Build a Large Paper Warehouse.
WASHINGTON ST.—Mrs. G. H. Stege sold to the Duval Co.
the northeast corner of Washington and West 12th sts, 22x
S9.ll. This gives the Duval Co. about 115 ft. in West 12th and
89.10 ft. in Washingtoii st. It is said the company will erect
a large paper warehouse and stable on the site.
"WEST BROADWAT.—Daniel Birdsall & Co. sold for Sidney
Mason 28 and 30 West Broadway, a o-sty loft building, 46.11x
86.7 and irregular, with an "L" to Park pl.
3D ST.—Lowenfeld & Prager sold for improvement 191 and
193 East 3d st, old buildings, 48x97. '
6TH ST.—John Bunn- sold 330 Gth st, a 5-sty tenement house.
25x97. The buyer is Louis Rosenzswaike, who owns 332, ad¬
IITH ST.—Horace S. Ely & Co. sold for a client to William J.
Farrell G2 West llth st, a 3-sty dwelling. 22x94.10. George D.
Waring was associated with Ely & Co. as broker.
15th ST.—Charles E. Duress sold for a client to Mrs. Hattie
Bird 251 West 15th st, a 4-3ty ilwening, 24.2x103.3.
Tenements Sell in Sixteenth Street.
IGTH ST.—I. Goldblatt bought the 6-sty tenement 617 and
619 East IGth st, 50x100, through Greenwald, Woolf & Shoen-
17TH ST.—Steinman & Jackson sold- to Michael Bonn 227 to
230'West 17th st, seven 4-sty tenement houses, with stores, 120x
lOO. ' ■■ •'■ *?!f!"!
. 19TH ST.—The Cruikshank Co. sold for John D. Van Buren
409 West 19th st, a 3-sty dwelling, 21.5x92.
19TH ST.^Julius Friend sold for Philip Braender the new
12-sty loft building IG to 20 West 19th st, 64.3x92.
20TH ST.—Louis Schrag sold for Agnes A. Arden the private
dwelling 351 West 20th st'to a client for investment.
23D ST.—Haslehurst, Weston & Co. sold 121 East 23d st for
Mrs. E. M. Goodrich and others. This property has not been
transferred since 1854,
25TH ST.—Pocher & Co. sold for George Wright to M. J. Sul¬
livan 201 West 25th st. a 5-sty tenement house and a 4-Bty loft
building, on lot 25x100.
29TH ST.—Dr. A. L. Nelden is reported to have sold 13 East
29fh st, a 4-sty and basement dwelling, 25x98.9, directly op¬
posite the entrance to the Hotel Seville and adjoining property
of the Church of the Transfiguration.
31ST ST.—Alice H. Quackenbush sold 114 West 31st st, a
3-«ty dwelling, 20.10xl07.3x irregular.
Movement in Thirty-tliii-d Street.
33D ST.—Albert B. Ashforth sold to a client for Mrs. C. A.
Willette 10 East 33d st, 1-sty dwelling, 25x98.9. The property
adjoins the former residence of Wm. Waldorf Astor, and it
will be improved by the erection of a 12-sty mercantile struc¬
ture. Tlie R. E. Pattei-son Co., dealer in woolens at 320 Sth av,
proves to be the buyer, who will occupy the first six floors of the
new building. It is said tha the price paid approached $150,000.
The same offlce also sold for Susan L. Smith to C. Grayson Mar¬
tin 14 Eaist 33d st; also the adjoining building, 16, making
a plot 50x98.9. The latter parcels were resold for Mr. Martin
and Mrs. Samuel Penniman to a client of the law firm of Weil,
Wolf & Kramer.
Operator Buys in Thirty-ninth Sti'cet.
39TH ST.—C. Grayson Martin bought from Mns. Bruce Price,
through Francis B. Robert, the dwelling 125 East 39th st.
41ST ST.—Charles P. Hotm.er sold 351 West 41st st, a 4-sty
tenement, 25x98.9. The purchaser buys for investment.
Hamniei'stein Sells Hackett Theatre.
42D ST.—Oscar Hammerstein sold to Henry B. Harris the
Hackett Theatre, 254 to 258 West 42d st, 66.8x98.9, adjoining
the American Theatre. The price is said to be about $400,000.
43D ST.—E. Henry Eckhardt, in connection with Palmer &
Finneran, sold for James T. Stanley to Regina Reilly the 5-sty
brownstone triple flat, 307 West 43d st, 25x90x100.5.
4.5TH ST.—Pocher & Co. sold the two 4-sty tenements, SOx
100, at 550-52 West 45th st for J. Alexander to Edward Butt,
who buys for investment.
45TH ST.—W. Clarence Martin has resold 141 East 45th st,
a 3-sty dwelling, 20x100.5.
47TH ST.—S. Steingut & Go. sold for M. Dlugasch 344 East
47th St. a 5-Ety tenement house, 20x85.
48TH ST.—E. Henry Eckhardt sold for Charles G. Chace to
James T. Stanley the plot, 7.5x100,5, known as 605-G07-G09 West
52D ST.—N. A. Berwin & Co. resold for Conway & Corduke
to Maria S. Simpson 251 West D2d st, a 3-sty and basement
53d ST.—Tiie estate of Charles F. Hoffman sold 51 West 53d
st, a 4-sty dwelling. 22x100.5, to George Greyward.
54TH ST.—Frederick T. Barry sold for Emma G. Hamilton IOS
East 54th st, a 5-sty flat, 25x100.5, to the Thomas E. Crimmins
Realty and Construction Co.. represented by Leo Schwab.
55th ST.—Douglas Robinson. Charles S. Brown & Co. sold
to John S. Kennedy 34 and 36 West 55th st, two 3-isty and
basement dwellings, each on a lot 25.5x100.5. The property
adjoins the private stable of "n'^illiam Rockefeller.
56TH ST.—O. E. Larson & Co. sold for M. Green & Co. the
northwest corner of 56th st and Gth av, a 3-sty and basement
building, on a Jot 20.2x80.
SSTH ST.—E. E. Tisch & Co. sold for a Mr. Hugo Shulton 224
East 58th st, a 3-sty and basement dwelling, 20x100.5.
Studio-Apartment Building for Pifty-ninth Street.
59TH ST.—Edward S. Simon sold the Parkview, a 6-sty apart¬
ment house, 222-224 West 59th st, 50x100.5, facing Central
Park and just east of Columbus Circle. Tlie buyer is C. W.
Buckham, representing a syndicate of artists. Plans have been
prepared for an S-sty, duplex studio and apartment building,
with mezzanine floors to each apartment. The present structure
wil! be entirely demolished. This block has remained dormant
for many years. Ad.ioining on the west is a 9-sty structure
known as the Hubert Apartment Association, covering a plot
of 75xl00..5. Geo. Ehret owns a large vacant plot adjoining and
extending to the corner and covering an area of about 190 ft. in
59th st and approximately 115 ft. in 58th st. together with the
whole block front on Broadway. To the east of the "Park¬
view" is another large apartment edifice, with five 4-sty brown¬
stone front buildings abutting. The Central Park Riding Acad¬
emy covers almost one-fourth of the easterly portion of this
oblong, having some 123 ft. on 7th av, while in the rear (SSth
st) are mostly stables. North and south of the Grand Circle, on
Broadway, many improvements have taken place, especially in
the line of buildings which have been erected for automobile
garages and salesrooms, together with a number of theatrical
structures. One detriment to the proximity of this point is the
block to the west in SOth st. which has been darkened by the
invasion of colored tenants.
Avenue D Corner Changes Hands.
AV D.—Herman Rosenberg sold for Newman & Wisker the
6-sty loft building at southeast corner of Av D and oth st,
4TH AV.—-Romaine C. Nichols & Co. sold for John Ingle 427
4th av, a 4-sty building, 20x80.