Half of the former brewery site, No. 225, was sold to John Jackson who erected a four-story flat and store building. The Italianate style structure was faced in red brick with cast iron lintels and bracketed cornice.
Board--Two or three single gentlemen, or a gentleman and his wife can be accommodated with very pleasant rooms, with board, at No. 292, West 22d street; between 9th and 10th avenues, accessible by cars and stages. House contains all the modern improvements, and location very pleasant.
Three-Story Dwelling (Chelsea Section)
432 West 22d St., eleven rooms; price $15,000; possession October, 1920; little cash.
Within the last year the invasion by the art dealers of the upper Fifth Avenue precinct has been one of the most characteristic features in the changing appearance of that thoroughfare. The Whitney block has already been invaded by business, the fine residence on the northwest corner of Fifth-sixth Street, formerly occupied by Edwin Gould, having lately been torn down to make way for the Duveen Brothers' new building.
|The 170+ year old house is disguised by a 1942 brick veneer.|
|A grocery store occupied the ground floor in 1932. At some point in the second half of the 19th century a neo-Grec cornice was added. photo by Charles Von Urban from the collection of the Museum of the City of New York|
In 1900 William and Anna Barnes Bliss erected two abutting mansions at Nos. 6 and 8 East 65th Street. Designed by the firm of Hiss & Weekes, the Bliss family would live in the smaller of the two sumptuous Beaux Arts residences, No. 6.
Among the articles stolen from Mr. Hart were a number of souvenirs of sentimental value. They included an expensive cigarette case given to him by Zeppo Marx, a pair of cufflinks which had belonged to the late Alexander Wollcott, a golden tray given to Mr. Hart by the cast of "Lady in the Dark" and a string of hearts which formerly belonged to Gertrude Lawrence.