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Re: Looking for Info: Teutonia Hall, 66 Essex Street, Lower East Side, Manhattan, NY
Posted by: Stu (ID *****0757) Date: September 11, 2012 at 08:24:30
In Reply to: Looking for Info: Teutonia Hall, 66 Essex Street, Lower East Side, Manhattan, NY by Erica Hersh of 61925

There was a transfer of ownership in 1915-1916

From the 1915-1916 edition of the New York American Real Estate Review and Forecast

HISTORICAL STRUCTURES PUT TO NEW USES.

The old Metal Exchange, in Burling slip, between Water and Pearl streets, was sold. A Vandewater street structure, in which the Family Story Paper used to be printed, went to a new Sunday newspaper for its plant. Harris Cohen's old clothing bay, at Park Row and Baxter Street was bought by an investor in anticipation of a rise in values because of the formation of the new civic centre. Teutonia Hall, Nos. 66-68 Essex street, went to a new owner.


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