Category: loft neighborhoods flatiron

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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loft lovers trade light on Fifth Avenue in Flatiron for dark space on 24th Street in Chelsea

Manhattan loft voyeurs unite! Long-time readers of Manhattan loft Guy know that I am interested somewhat obsessed with the choices that folks make when it comes to Manhattan lofts. The folks who traded the “1,750 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7B

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in a world unusual loft floor plans, this One Bed Wonder at 40 West 15 Street takes a cake

a floor plan for every Manhattan loft buyer, a buyer for every floor plan Maybe the people who just paid $2.1mm for the “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 40 West 15 Street in the busy bottom left corner

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New York Times charmingly shows what a $233/ft Flatiron loft renovation looks like

Manhattan loft owners are not necessarily funnier than others, but they have more choices Maybe it is all the Auld Lang Syne-ing of late, but isn’t yesterday’s New York Times On Location feature in the Home & Garden section, Love

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diversion about lofts in the movies and a tech mogul’s sex life

spectacular Flatiron loft back in the news I must say that I can’t figure out why it is recent ‘news’ that The Google Man is in an open marriage,  but I appreciate that The Real Deal did a loft-peeking piece

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long story about a small loft at 650 Sixth Avenue that finally sells up 28% over 2011

there’s a 2011 new loft development sale and a “reconceived” loft sale, not far enough apart The simple facts about the “942 sq ft” Manhattan mini-loft #6J at 650 Sixth Avenue (in the Cammeyer) are simple: the recent seller at $1.45mm

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strict 2-bedroom loft at 222 Park Avenue South takes a while to find its buyer

appreciating the personal style I am not going to repeat the Caps Lock portion, but I can testify that the opening bit of broker babble about the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3E at 222 Park Avenue South at the

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buyers with cold nerves sell 4 West 21 Street loft at 51% gain

… and the home of the brave Let’s take another spin at a wheel I mentioned on Wednesday (September 18, masterpiece designed since 2009, 60 West 15 Street loft doubles in value) about the favorable resale position of  2013 sellers

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adding wall for 3rd bedroom did NOT increase value of 49 East 21 Street loft by 36%

nor did time, or dimmers This is the kind of thing that drives Efficient Market fans to distraction and buyers to drink (or worse): the “1,461 sq ft” Manhattan loft #10C at 49 East 21 Street just sold at a

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masterpiece designed since 2009, 60 West 15 Street loft doubles in value

cashing out on meticulous + to the 9s Not every agent has the credibility in the business to be taken at face value when saying things like “Renovated to the nines” and “Come home to the extraordinary”, but the listing

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