The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on August 21, 1927 · Page 39
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 39

Brooklyn, New York
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Sunday, August 21, 1927
Page 39
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D 3 Read About the New Apartments Nou Available. Attractive and Economical. APARTMENT HOUSE REVIEW, Select Your Apartment From These Desirable Offerinjr. Representatives on premises. THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. ?EW YORK. SUNDAY. 'AUGUST 21. 1927. N APARTMENTS 7501-7311 Ridge Blvd., Brooklyn At the Southeast Corner of 75th St. J. a f-Hrftilti mm, - m ft in deliahtiul surroundings The Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn has always been acknowledged at one of the roost healthful spots in the borough on account of its high elevation. The Ridge Tower Apartments are built on the crest of the highest ridge in a most select and restricted; residential environment. From their height, these apartments look down over the Shore Road, lending a close view of the Narrows and Staten Island. These tastefully appointed apartments are arranged in well laid out units of two, three, four and five rooms. An abundance of ample closet room, including a cedar storage, radio outlet connections and garbage incinerator will delight the most exacting famjly. The Ridge Tower Apartments all have permanent light on every side. A one-block walk brings you to every modern convenience. The shopping district is replete with good stores operated by reliable merchants. The Fourth Avenue subway station is but three minutes distant from your apartment. Superintendent on Premise! Brighton Beach-ott-tw-Boardwafk to Reminiscent of Atlantic City Live in the healthful atmosphere of the sea-Shore all-year-round, along the beautiful boardwalk at Brighton. The following six attractive apartment dwellings, commanding a magnificent view of the ocean, have just been completed and are now renting. Few other apartment houses enjoy such unique surroundings. Visit early those listed below and select the most attractive one of these desirable apartments before the remaining vacancies have been taken. Two 'L' stations on property express service. A THE M1RAMAR Boardwalk and East 4th Street Hot Salt Baths in every Suite, Ball Room, Bathing Accommodations and every other modern convenience. WALDORF APTS. 3121 East 5th Street Radio Plugs, Ball Room, Resting Room, Bathing Accommodations, Incinerator, Elevator Service, Play Room for Children. VENICE HALL 3111 East 7th Street Cedar Closets, Bathing Accommodations, Doorman, Interview Phones, Play Room for Children, Resting Room, Radio Plug, Elevator Service, Incinerator. LAKELAND ARMS ' 3001 L4keland Place Frigidaire Boxes, Murphy Beds in wall, Bathing Accommodations, Radio Plugs, Elevator Service, Incinerator. AMBASSADOR 3010 East 5th Street Bathing Accommodations'. Radio Plugs. Elevator Service. Incinerators. PARKWAY ARMS Under Construction LIVE IN BRIGHTON'S PREFERRED SURROUNDINGS SELECT YOUR APARTMENT NOW.' 5 y Finest Location in Brooklyn On Main Plaza Overlooking Prospect Park p t Southern Exposure Equal to New York's Best 36 to 50 PLAZA STREET (COR. BUTLER PLACE) 12-STORY FIREPROOF CORNER APARTMENTS Plaza Lane j Prospect Lane 4-5-6-7 Rooms i 2-3-4 Rooms, Bath 1-2 and 3 Baths 4 Kitchenettes, Dining Alcovet Frigidaire Electrical Refrigeration tfj ":::; ij M'" 1 Block to (Protprct Park Plaza) Subway Station. 10 Minutca to Wall Street. 2 Minutes' Walk to all Subways. 20 Minutes to Timet Square. 'A Beautiful and. Most Convenient Location NOW RENTING APPLY ON PREMISES OR PHONE NEVINS 9519. OR JOHN F. JAMES & SONS 193 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone Triangle 6200 V V v 1900 Albemarle Rd. corner wit. Incinerators (or. the burning of refuse and vapor vacuum heating system, radiators in kitchens and baths; no unsightly steam rises in rooms; kitchen floors inlaid with Armstrong (Dutch Tile Red) linoleum; mail chutes; day and night service, 24-hour doorman service; two electric Otis elevators; parquet flooring, quartered oak. Near Church avenue subway; one minute to B. M. T. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY MARVIN HAIL 1 539 East 21st Street 1 ' Brooklyn, Jsew lork A Delightful Dwelling Newly Built Modernly Appointed -w& A 'TTt .Or' it Cnmrire nv of the newer ar-artmcnt dwelling ilh Mar-vin Hall, intrct their nunv feature", including location and interior rcl.reniems and vnu will agree that this is a remarkably well-planned building Two, three, four and five room nil- now available. Tcdur elects, t'i'n nut'ets. near Nekirk Avenue station, "lera'c rcr.t.i't. ApahtmentS 1 1 and 2 room with kitchen etle; 3 and 4 room part-menu. For those who desire a delightful summer -winter home Bay-View Apartments are ideal. Every modern convenience hat been installed, including incinerator, doorman aervice, radio outlets and roof garden. Reterve your apartment now Superintendent on premitet. N. W. Corner of Shtepihead Bay Road aad Emmons Ave. At the head of Sheepahcad Bay, commanding a superb view of the entire liny, Man-hattan Beach and the Atlantic Ocean, A 'M. (jTUDOD.-STUART (jarden tApartmenis 131-111 East 21st Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Juxurious, G)nvenient Exclusive Here is an ideal dwelling in an ideal location. It is among the largest and most modern garden apartments in Greater New York. The Tudor-Stuart Garden Apartments arc favored with unusually convenient transportation facilities. They are equipped with every modern improvement, such as electric refrigeration, full length screens, radiator enclosures and cedar-lined mothproof closets. There is also 24-hour doorman service. AlMrilrn'Inn for Ptirtlnintil ulimilil I mnrin to Birmado Kllt' o.. Inc., Ml Cmirt Mlrrrt, HrHkln, V V. (T.'lphnf Trtnnglp HIIMt), or HH5 Flntltuth Avrnn-. 'Iplrithtme J-'InthuHh W'li. Kcprmfnlatlve tin prrmlnt't. HriH,hln, V V. (T.'lphnf THnnp HlfMtl, aw np NK' '','tn,ln Avrnn-. 'Iplrphtme J-'Inthu-h ar W 5824. K,pniMllotlve tin prrmlnt't. Jw l!3uchir tl' 1MI 58 E. 18 St. C.taa aai Church At.bu.i A STEP TO THE SUBWAY Adjoining Beautiful Proipect Park In the Heart of Flatbuih IS minutes to Wall St. 20 minutes la Tim.i Square the B. M. T. Brighton Lino Church Ao. Station. IDEAL ELEVATOR APARTMENTS of 3, 4, 5 and 6 Room Suites, Combining Every Modern Convenience NOW LEASING FROM OCTOBER 1ST RENTING AGENT ON PREMISES -t fnmmtmmmliml mhamMal 789iitJRarKAvtnita AtTltw'YorkAvjnui Hrtoklu,n.Vrf. Characteristic Features of Buckingham Hall ti minuirt from Ttmt fq. Tak 7th Avenue I. It. T. rVtltwar (IVnu. Ave. ) tu Notrand ATrnue. Wsik north to Ht. 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A few choice apartments available. Two blocks from elevated and subway trains ti Times Square. Surface cars nearby. Convenient to schools and churches. Tel. 10492 Bensonhurst f t I Stephen Guardinq 2000 84th Street ft Builder and Owner 20th Avenue W Tl , IH B zstmimitv Hail 840-850 St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn, New York Gfeaturitici OldSngliiholnhikcturQ Every apartment has a cedar closet; most baths are supplemented with standing shower compartments;' kitchen floors are of durable rubber composition and the walls have tiled wainscoting. A modern oil-burning heating system to provide even and continuous heat has been installed. This in conjunction with incinerators for garbage disposal will keep the building free from coal dust and fumes. A formal garden in front of the house of 35 feet in depth and a city park directly opposite, which houses the Children's Museum. MODERATE RENTALS Inquire on Premiers. 9h Copley -Tiaza Brooklyn J. 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