Full text: Statistical manual

Appraised: Fenimore C. Goode Co., Inc, $3,185,000; Wm. Ken- 
nelly, Inc, $3,125,000. 
Assessed, 1930: $2,125,000. 
Security: Fee estate in land at the northeast corner of Fifth 
Avenue and 12th Street, 18,312 square feet and the 18-story 
office and store building erected thereon. Building contains 
about 300,000 square feet of floor space. 
Earnings: The property subject to this mortgage is owned by 
the Midburn Realty Corporation, 52 William Street, New 
York City. We are advised that 17 of the eighteen floors 
are rented to reliable tenants in the publishing and in- 
surance business, all long-term leases. Since date of 
mortgage $222,000 principal has been retired. The net earn- 
ings for 1929 amounted to $192,130; interest charges $105,- 
843, or 1.8 times earned. 
Woodbridge Building 
(100 William Street, New York City) 
First Mortgage 534% 1941 Sinking Fund Gold Loan 
Original amount: $2,500,000—outstanding $2,436,000. 
Dated: April 1, 1926. 
Interest: April and October 1st. 
Denominations: $1,000 and $500. 
Redemption: 103 to April 1, 1930; then 102 to April 1, 1935; 
then 101 to April 1, 1940—thereafter at par. 
Taxes: 2% Federal—Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Kansas, Cali- 
fornia, Maryland, Kentucky, District of Columbia, Michi- 
gan, Virginia, Massachusetts. 
Trustee: New York Trust Company. 
Legal for Trust Funds in New York. 
Land by Brown Wheelock. Harris Vought 
& Co, Inc. viii i iii 
Building, Clinton & Russell, Architects...... 
Assessed 1930: $2,600,000. 
Security: 100 William Street Corporation owns the fee estate 
in the plot of ground fronting 121.7 feet on William Street, 
145 feet on John Street and 163.7 feet on Platt Street— 

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