New building for Henry Rumsfeld 3-13-1892
NEW BUILDINGS. Structure Pigal by Chicago Arehttoeta oa Which Work Will Soon Commence. J. Neal Tilton has drawings for residence to go up on Leavitt Btreet. near Lake, for Mrs. Kilgore, 25x58 feet, two stories and basement. Cost, 93,oUU. Edmund Krauae has designs for apartment building to be erected on Ui Salle avenue. near Carl street, for Harry aad Louis Huck, six stones witn Daaejnent ; cost, oo,uuu. D. S. Pentecost has planned a three-story three-story three-story and attic residence, 25x65 feet, to be erected on Astor street, just north of Schiller. It will ooet $18,000, and work will be commenced next week. A permit has been . issued to Morgan L. Swift for the erection of five three-story three-story three-story flat buildings at no. soau ana ooa Ellis avenue at a cost of $00,000, Wilson fc Marble are the architects. ; Flanders Jb Zimmerman have plana for school building at the corner of One Hundred and Fourth and Charles streets, for the Board of Education, 131x110 feet, three stories and basement. Cost, $55,000. Holabird &, Roche hare plans for altera tions to the Ugden block at the corner of Clark and Lake streets ; also lor addition Ox 60 feet and three atone in height. Two quick service elevators will be put ia. Cost, $50,- $50,- uuu. Robert Rae. Jr.. has desitrned for Charles E. Follansbee eight two and three-story three-story three-story bass-ment bass-ment bass-ment dwelling to be erected at No. 4533 and 4559 Greenwood avenue at a cost of $100,000, They will front 171 feet with a depth of 70, ana win oe constructed ox stone and brie. A new school building will be erected at4 Washington Heights, for whieh Flanders k Zimmerman have plans, . It will be built at the cornel os Una Hundred and Fourth place and Charles street, with a frontage of 131 feet on the former and 110 feet on the latter. The cost is placed at $55,000. E. F. Foshrioger baa plans for alterations alterations and an addition to .the store and bui Kline Kline at the northeast corner of Sedsrwiek and Oak streets, for Henry Rumsfeld, at a cost of $25,000. The addition will be five atones high, 36x50 feet, and will be constructed of pressed brick and stone. .