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Image from page 213 of “Building and industrial news” (1914)

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Identifier: buildingindustri1313cont
Title: Building and industrial news
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Contractors’ and Dealers’ Association of California
Subjects: Architecture Building Construction industry Engineering
Publisher: San Francisco : L. A. Larson
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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or steam heat, elevatorservice and a hot water plant. Vacu-um cleaning will also ibe installed.The exterior of the building will hefaced with cement plaster on brick.Plans are complete and the work carried on under the personal di-rection of Mr. Sly who is right now pur-chasing all mateiials. .PART.ME.T HOUSE—3 story and,base, tra.iie, $30,000. San Francisco..Architects, Fabre & Bearwald, West-ern .Metropolis Bank Bldg.. S. F. Own-ers name withheld. Th* building Is,to be one of the first modern apart-ment houses erected south of .Marketstreet. The interior lias beeu ar-ranged to contain 24 suites of two andthree rooms each with batli and wallbeds. Interior finish will be ot pineand hardwoods. There will be steamheat and a viuuum cleaning system.Bath rooms will be finished in tile..n atiractie entrance and loliby willbe one ot the features ot the building.The exterior will be covered withpressed brick veneer and shiplap. Plans 1« BUILDING AND INDUSTRIAL NEWS Self-Sentering

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THE FIREPROOFING HAND-BOOK The FINAL Word on LOW COST Fireproofing.Would YOU Like a Copy?

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