Month: August 2014

very not-private private terrace in Tribeca loft is surprisingly valuable

when Art meets Science in valuing Manhattan residential loft space, Art wins (a lot) Unless you are brand new to Manhattan Loft Guy, you know that all roads through discussions of the value of terraces, roof decks and balconies of

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74 Fifth Avenue loft celebrates new plumbing rooms by selling 34% over 2007

this Flatiron loft still has crappy light, no views This is a sequence that drives appraisers (and other data-driven Manhattan residential real estate folk) crazy: the “1,900 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 74 Fifth Avenue in central Greenwich Village

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is there a discernible market impact to long-running litigation over defects in luxe Flatiron loft development?

some Manhattan loft topics never get old, though they do repeat The story about the 2010 new Manhattan loft development at 141 Fifth Avenue in the heart of the Flatiron district in yesterday’s The Real Deal, Savanna wants claims dismissed

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pair of Tribeca loft sales at 27 Leonard Street show 15 feet of wall is worth about $200,000

not to pay the carpenter, but for the Manhattan loft buyers who had to have 2 bedrooms The “1,636 sq ft” full-floor Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 27 Leonard Street sold three weeks ago for $3mm. Its many

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flashy 88 Laight Street loft underperforms, answers question “when is a 17 foot ceiling not 17 feet?”

the mezzanine curse of (some) Manhattan lofts afflicts this Tribeca  loft I am going to save you some SHOUTING (you’re welcome) by noting that the broker babble for the recently sold “1,982 sq ft” Manhattan loft #8 at 88 Laight

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one “painstaking deconstruction” later, 874 Broadway loft sells for 236% of 2009 price

it can be very rewarding to take apart a Manhattan loft Numbers don’t lie: the “1,674 sq ft” Manhattan loft #301 at 874 Broadway (in the lovely MacIntyre Building) that was purchased in needs-a-renovation condition for $1.1mm in October 2009 (after

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