1901-06-09 SF Call
BLYTHE BLOCK' FROM A POINT ON MARKET STREET. OPPOSITE GRANT AVENUE. State. Something of the value of the . property may ¦ be realized when it j Is known that at present, with the old build- Ings, it brings in' over $140,000." , In answer to a question as to whether the property would be improved, Mr. Hellman Hellman said: -*: . • ¦ • "At present •improvements have-not been considered. You can state, however, ._ that in a comparatively short time the ' property, which is in the choicest part of the city,; will' be suitably improved. Moro than this I cannot say^ at present." The sale was.'; consummated morning, final agreement being reached in the office of the Union Trust Company of San Francisco. The actual of the property will probably not be made for a month, as the transaction is a colossal colossal one and much time will be required for the examination of titles,' the adjustment adjustment of leases and contracts with tenants and other work preliminary to the change; of ownership.- " \ - • . • ( The sale was * negotiated , by Thomas Magee & Sons and Walter J. Bartnett of the law firm of Gunnison, Booth & Bart? , rett. Mrs. Florence "¦ Blythe. Moore was represented in the transaction by A. A. Moore, her father-in-law, andE. S.-Heller'of S.-Heller'of Heller & Powers represented Mr. Hellman and his associates. '. ', The transaction includes, all' the realty ' held by Mrs.- Florence Blythe Moore. Of . the property bounded . by r Market and Geary streets and Grant avenue but three pieces are (held ,by other owners. One is ¦ the gore lot at Market and Geary streets, with a! frontage of 37:7; feet 'on Market street, and 30:6 . feet on 'Geary street,, owned by . the 'Adams ¦ and Kibbe • heirs. ; The adjoining lots, .with a ¦ frontage of , 53; feet oh Market -street and ,73 feet 10 , Inches on Geary : street, was. purchased > . , . . . . , J ': I ¦ . ; , "