Category: loft neighborhoods fidi

most patient sellers in the world sell 15 Broad Street loft after 3 years

one boat, in a rising tide… The “1,420 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2904 at 15 Broad Street (Downtown by Starck) that sold for $1.51mm on September 18 had been first offered for sale in December 2011 at $1.5mm and was

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rational market? not for 15 Broad Street loft that sold 13% above unsuccessful 2013 ask

economists weep over the downtown Manhattan loft market (sometimes) In yet another twist on the Manhattan-lofts-that-sell-above-ask theme, the wrinkle that most interests me about the recent sale of the “2,011 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3120 at 15 Broad Street (Downtown

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the yield after renovating 71 Nassau Street loft? 5% over 2006 (ouch)

numbers collide, a little painfully, for FiDi loft on resale It’s not bad enough that the folks who just unloaded the “1,376 sq ft” Manhattan loft #15A at 71 Nassau Street (the Croft Building) for $1.348mm paid $1,282,995 when they

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commodious penthouse loft at 130 Fulton Street sells after 1 year, 27% off first ask

up 1.4% over 2006 sponsor sale, but still Continuing a theme this week that it is possible for a seller to over-reach even in a seller’s market, I present for your consideration the  Manhattan Penthouse loft at 130 Fulton Street, “commodious”

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