Month: September 2011

big space, small price for 142 West 26 Street

but there’s an alibiThere is a reason why the “3,870 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 7th floor at 142 West 26 Street sold on September 19 at only $722/ft ($2.475mm) despite having a “chef’s kitchen … with Liebherr, Viking

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down 9.5% at 249 West 29 Street since 2007 (not fair!)

not all 2007 buyers are happy sellersHere is another Manhattan loft on the list featured in my September 27, is the Manhattan loft market back to (up to) 2007? 61 repeat sales say “probably”, “a bit”, post about 61 pairs

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682 Broadway loft sells up 33% since 2007 after moving some walls

[updated Oct 2]or somethingWhen the “3,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 682 Broadway sold on August 25 at $4mm, it added another data point to a line with a steep slope. The loft last sold on

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is the Manhattan loft market back to (up to) 2007? 61 repeat sales say “probably”, “a bit”

[updated Oct 2]61 66 pairs say yesOne of the frequent topics for a Manhattan Loft Guy Note to self … has been ways to exploit that oh-so-(potentially)-powerful Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008, beyond the mere list

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44 Laight Street, where another flipper scarfed most of the gain, but did he work for it?

we’ve seen this movie beforeIt is some news that the “4,021sq ft” Manhattan loft #4A at 44 Laight Street (Grabler Building) sold on August 17 at $4.06mm, give that it last sold in December 2006 at $3.75mm, as that post-2006

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Sunday diversion / Americana + softball edition

not the train wreck that is the AL WC “race”If members of RS Nation can step back from the ledge, even they might enjoy a trip down memory lane, to a simpler time, when a guy on a pitcher’s mound

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speedy 155 Franklin Street loft sale shows neighbor's frostbite in 2009

a (changing) market in microcosmThe deed recording the August 22 sale of the “2,438 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2S at 155 Franklin Street was not filed until Wednesday, so this qualifies as late-breaking news in our world: keeping up with

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32 West 20 Street loft flies off shelf, into war, contra 31 East 21 Street loft

not enough for a speed week, but still…I had the sale of the “1,350 sq ft” Manhattan loft #8N at 32 West 20 Street on my For Posting pile since I noted last week that the deed for $1.6mm (dated

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revisiting velocity, as 132 West 22 Street loft sells near a world land speed record

16 + 14 = pdqAs far as Bright Shiny Objects are concerned, it is the dates associated with the sale of the Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 132 West 22 Street (the Stanwick) that most quickly catch the

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wrapping up last week's penthouse week with 43 Wooster Street loft sale, redux

playing outdoors, againWith last week’s theme in mind, I went back to look at the Manhattan loft #6E at 43 Wooster Street. I hit this penthouse loft sale when the deed was freshly filed (July 19, 43 Wooster Street penthouse

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