Other Articles Clipping from New York Times, Sun, Oct 8, 1911.

Clipped from US, New York, New York, New York Times, October 8, 1911

' ^ ^ AiTheatre Concern Buys the Southeast Corner of Broadwayand Cathedral Parkway.ANOTHER DYCKMAN SALEThe Elio 8ccuro $G00;0Q0 Mortgageon Their Forty-third Street Clubhouse—Suburban Deals.A deal involving over $400,000 lias just been concluded by the William Foxa w V Jn-Amusement Company whereby it secures the choice southeast corner of Broadway trd Cathedral Parkway. The propertyhas a frontage of 100 feet on Broadwayand about 100 feet in depth, being slightly^-regular at the rear Cathedral Parkway *ine. The corner has been occupied as a moving picture and vaudeville theatre for about two years, having been one of the well-known amusement houses in thatlocality previous tq that time.The William Fox Amusement Companyjjas been very active in establishing thea- |ties on the west side, and is now completing a large house on the northwest cornerOf Broadway and Ninety-sixth Street.The Cathedral Parkway house, which bas been known as tiie Nemo Theatre, tyill be enlarged to over double its capacity, and a roof garden for Summer entertainments added. Work, it was said yesterday, on these improvements will begin (s a short time. The new owners gave back a mortgage of $305,000 to Josephinedel Drago, who transfers the plotThe new theatre is in the centre ofone of the choicest apartment house sections on the upper west side. To the east Cathedral Parkway has been im- ] proved recently with high-class ten and twelve story apartments, and in the block to the west is the large Hendrick Hudsonhouse.