The Evening Post Record of Real Estate Sales in Greater New York Volume 4

The Evening Post Record of Real Estate Sales in Greater New York Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...AVENUE, No. 314. adjoining the southwest corner of 32d St., a four-story dwelling, remodelled for business purposes, on lot 24.8% xlOO; sold by Charles Astor Brlsted; brokers, Horace S. Ely Co. FIFTH AVENUE, west side, the block front between 58th and 59th Sts., the Plaza Hotel, an eight-story brick building, on plot fronting 200.11 feet on Fifth Avenue, 125 feet on 58th St., and 175 feet on 59th St.; together with the adjoining plot on 59th St., 75x100.5; sold by the New York Life Insurance Company to the George A. Fuller Construction Company; broker, John N. Goidlng; price, $3,000,000. The owners will at once erect a twenty-story addition to the hotel on the 7a-root plot and will replace the hotel itself with a modern twenty or twenty-two story structure at the expiration of the present lease in 1904, or earlier if it can be abrogated. The transaction was a cash one, said to be the largest in the history of New York realty. The Central Realty and Bond Company and Hallgarten & Company are associated with the Fuller Company in the deal. FIFTH AVENUE, Nos. 1047 and 1049, southeast corner of Eighty-sixth Street, a six-story flat and a four-story and basement brownstone-front dwelling, on plot 56.6x100; sold by Margaret L. Stone and Louis Korn, respectively, to Charles C. Marshall; broker, Herbert A. Sherman; price, about $275,000. FIFTH AVENUE, No. 2168, a flve-story flat, on lot 19x100; sold by Peter G. Kemp. FIRST AVENUE, southeast corner of Sixty-sixth Street, a lot 25x100; sold by William Schermerhorn to Frederick Lese; brokers, L. J. Carpenter & Co. FIRST AVENUE, No. 2019, northwest corner of One Hundred and Fourth Street, a four-story tenement, on lot 25.11x75; sold by Rudolph Relchenstein; brokers, Pescia &...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 558g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236929799
  • 9781236929792