Category: loft neighborhoods noho

classic loft project at 644 Broadway sells above ask after difficult price discovery

the story is longer than it looks from a quick look Maybe there’s a trend being born here, about downtown Manhattan lofts that have more trouble than typical buy-it-or-it’s-gone loft (or, a trend dying with this post). Today’s loft, submitted

1 Bond Street loft goes over $1,500/ft for 3 windows

the limits of a (lovely) form Last week it was the problems caused by the elevator placement in a Manhattan loft with a classic Long-and-Narrow shape (September 13, 77 White Street loft lacks “bedrooms” because elevator is in the wrong

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SEVEN Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy

  You were warned in my July 4 post that you had a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; this will be it. My July 18, 2006, light more precious than views to an artist

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our long national nightmare is over, as 57 Bond Street loft sells with strangest history you will see today

every party needs a pooperThis post may only be for the fanatic spectators of the Manhattan residential real estate game who collect odd price histories. I am going to ruin the suspense by telling you that the “2,110 sq ft”

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not gussied, 46 Great Jones Street loft sells after 363 days, down 42% from first ask

I don’t find that in my (out of date?) handbookI don’t think I’ve seen this locution to describe an “authentic” Manhattan loft before: “NOT Gussied Up”. I think it like it, but the fact that it sticks out probably means

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again running with the bulls at 48 Bond Street, up 18% over 2008 this time

the Berke premium growsOf course we have been on Bond Street before, talking about how that small stretch of Noho has taken off after just two new residential loft uber-condo developments (starting with my November 1, 2007, re-setting values at

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man takes small nip at big dog: 48 Bond Street loft resells 41% above 2008

not so unusual, except for scaleThe last few resales at the Deborah Berke designed oh-so-successful 2008 new development 48 Bond Street have been above their 2008 prices, so it is not is so unusual that the “1,551 sq ft” Manhattan

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were sellers of 21 Astor Place loft more motivated this year, or was market stronger than in 2011?

the numbers say there is a story, but not what the story isThe sellers of the “1,436 sq ft” Manhattan loft #10A at 21 Astor Place gave it a long shot last year, asking $2.25mm almost six months before taking

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55 Great Jones Street loft with unobstructed views + potential sells for $1,016/ft

reading between the lines, and pixYou could just “[p]aint and move right in” to the “2,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 55 Great Jones Street “or [you could] update with your own vision”, as the broker

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$1,500/ft for 7 Bond Street loft with 4 windows, no bedrooms

The Bond Street effect in actionThe problem for the "1,100 sq ft" Manhattan loft #2D at 7 Bond Street is obvious from the floor plan, and only slightly less obvious from the photos: the four great big windows at the

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