Month: December 2013

Chelsea House loft at 130 West 19 Street provokes delayed bidding war

a fascinating sequence finally gets this loft off to the races It took the “1,596 sq ft” Manhattan loft #9A at 130 West 19 Street (the Chelsea House) 9 weeks to get into a contract above ask, but that is

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NoLIta neighbor buys neighbor’s modest loft at 225 Lafayette Street at a modest price

yes, Virginia, we live in a Manhattan loft world in which $1,789/ft is modest Last week we saw that a Tribeca penthouse loft owner with a lot of space was able to persuade his next-door penthouse loft neighbor who also had

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ceilings + columns + beams + brick get authentic Soho loft huge premium, despite steps

bringing together Manhattan loft threads about walk-ups and character Of course the recently sold “1,550 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3R at 132 Greene Street at the top middle of prime Soho is most obviously noteworthy because it sold for $2.351mm

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110 Duane Street penthouse loft owner loves it so much he bought another one

 no extortion evident in this neighbor-to-neighbor Tribeca loft  sale Whoever is behind the LLC that bought the “2,254 sq ft” penthouse loft #PH3N a year ago October from the developer for $3,309,312 just bought  the “2,297 sq ft” penthouse loft

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whatever an “ungentrified” Manhattan loft is, one at 33 Bleecker Street just got $1,/317ft

breaking barriers in broker babbling about Manhattan lofts since … There’s nothing wrong with calling a Manhattan loft “ungentrified”; it’s just a tad obscure. Does it mean the hipsters haven’t moved in yet? (Probably not.) Does it want to imply

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what do manhattan lofts and walk-up apartments have in common?

the Real Estate Industrial Complex, Manhattan Media Division, always in search of an angle You saw that article in the holiday weekend New York Times Real Estate section, Stair Masters, about the (ahem) ‘bragging rights’ associated with living in Manhattan