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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 2, no. 49: February 20, 1869

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BS AND BUILDERS' GUIDE NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1869. Vol. II.] [No. 49. El iPESTY IS OIN" H'^TJLTOlSr A-VEISTUE:, TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION BY ' It 12 o'clijck on Wednesday, february 24, at Exchange Sales Room, ^ • 111 Broadway, FULTON AVENUE—South side, entire front between Clinton and Vanderbilt Avenues, 10 lots, including the two magnificent comers. The best locality for business on the avenue. FULTON AVENUE—South side, commencing 220 feet east of Classon Avenue, and running thence east to within 185 feet of Franklin Avenue, 18 splendid lots. FULTON AVENUE—South side, commencing 120 feet west of Albany Avenue, running thence west, 18 very desirable lots. VANDERBILT AVENUE—East side, about 100 feet south of Fulton Avenue, 3 lots. LEFFERTS STREET—North side, 113 feet east of Classon Avenue, 8 lots. THIS SALE WILL MFOBO THE BEST OPPORTUNITY IN THE HISTORY OF REAL ESTATE TO SEOUBE OHOIOE BUSINESS LOCATIONS Terms Easy. Maps at 25 Nassau Street, New York. !AT SAi: H HI PROSPECT PARK, By JOHlSrSOM & INJ-ILLER, AT 12 O'CLOCK, ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, AT EXCHANGE SALES ROOM. Terms Easy, Maps at 25 Nassau Street, New York.