1923 feb 11 koch, george auto and aero property
THE ENQUIRER, ! SUNDAY, In fln-tshedthlrd, of two-year-olds three-ouarter-inile Favon-ian Property Is Acquired as Investment i 1 1 1 1 mwwni ii d n' .- '-- B f.t Tn? a ffSpWp u y m igi ii' ii s. .t'V 1SHIIIIII ' ii in, Ksi4Vt3sa , - . "r ; ' -i " . i.i.i." .M i ill i iii '"'"I d I n rill tTml Hyg '. . .''tyirts' vxV .' . ' -' - - - George W. Koch, o the Auto and Aero Supply Company, Main street. last week became the owner of the brick Investment property, 1672-1574- 1676 Central avenue. It is a three-story building with three stores on the first floor and rooms above. Occupants of the shops are Morris Katz. restaurant, and tho People's Pacing Houe Company. Brown & Passed were the owners of 1be parcel, which fronts 60 feet on Central avenue and extends through to Providence street, 160 feet. Cleieay & Nourse handled tho transaction. Tho price was $26,000.