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hyper-local loft market in northeast East Village is flat since March 2014

adventures in anomalous Manhattan loft sales, cont’d There’s ‘the forest’ of Manhattan residential real estate, in which median sales prices and average days on market are best viewed; then there are ‘the trees’ of Manhattan residential real estate, in which individual

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happy Renwick penthouse loft at 808 Broadway sells at $1,643/ft

the open city makes a big difference in a loft penthouse The most important words on the floor plan for the “1,400 sq ft” (true) penthouse loft #PHB at 808 Broadway (The Renwick) are “open city views”, which help make this

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111 Fourth Avenue pad proves you can sell a loft without a kitchen

loft living is often a lifestyle choice; living without a kitchen always is I am thinking “bachelor pad”, but perhaps the tiny (550 sq ft??) Manhattan loft #12D at 111 Fourth Avenue is merely a pied-à-terre. I don’t often see

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“bring your vision” loft at 111 Fourth Avenue sells +15% over 2004, nonetheless

or was it already the place “you’ve been waiting for”?It is probably a fool’s game to try to make too much sense of too much broker babble. But my edition of The Babble Primer would reserve a statement like “the

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changing firms + raising price after 7 months does the trick for 67 East 11 Street cast iron loft

no Virginia, there is no rational market (not here, at least)Fans of the efficient market theory for the Manhattan residential real estate market should be surprised if a loft is offered within $5,000 of its value but takes 7 months

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Astor Place loft seller takes wee bath since 2005 at 445 Lafayette Street

almost a diversion, for being tardyThis one has been sitting in my To Do pile for a while, but is interesting enough for even a tardy post because it involves A Famous Building that (in this case, at least) has

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111 Fourth Avenue combination loft closes after 19 months at 30% off original ask

can you see a premium for a combined space?It should not be a surprise if the sellers of the Manhattan loft combination #2HIJ at 111 Fourth Avenue expected to be paid a premium for having put together 3 small lofts

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more man-on-dog action as 21 Astor Place loft sells up 3% since Peak

only $50,000, but stillI hit a Bright Shiny Object last weekend, a man-bites-dog story last month, and a sale at 21 Astor Place the month before that. Today’s feature is the sale of the “1,304 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6F

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21 Astor Place loft sells up 21% in 2 years

smarter than he looks?When the Manhattan loft #7F at 21 Astor Place sold on May 17 for $3,915,000 it made big news not because it found a contract within 6 weeks or had been bought 25 months earlier at $3,225,000,

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808 Broadway penthouse loft lost 15% of value since 2007

dramatically different dynamics result in regressionWhen the duplex Manhattan loft with private roof deck #PH-C at 808 Broadway sold on October 1, 2007 it was the belle of its ball, sparking a bidding war to close at $1,987,000, a 5%

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