Category: loft neighborhoods west 30s

new at 347 W 39 / confidence abounds, with terraces

“this will sell quickly”I didn’t say that. Scott Hustis and Mark Jovanovic of Corcoran did, about #13N at 347 West 39 Street. They are asking $1.375mm and $1,480/mo for “1,300 sq ft” that has 3 exposures, 2 terraces, but no

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new with view at 448 W 37 / Glass Farmhouse duplex is large 1 Bed Wonder

fascinating space, tantalizing views (until…)Unit 12G at 448 West 37 Street (The Glass Farmhouse) was new to market yesterday, asking $2.595mm and $1,975/mo (condo) for “2,638 sq ft” (duplexed). The predominant views are east (4 windows on each floor) and

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249 W 29 has a motivated broker/owner

I mentioned 249 West 29 Street #4S in an open house review September 21 (open house review / 7 new lofts from 2.2 to 1.5) when it was brand new to market. My comment then was: $1.895mm and $1,907/mo for

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the unloftiest loft ever – 28 W 38 is over-the-top

yes, a Versailles loft Loft snob that I am, I sometimes carp about whether a given space passes muster as a true Manhattan loft, or is more loft-like or even (gasp) more “apartment” than loft. See August 30, 2006 the

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new contract, much space, untold story at 249 W 29

  #2Eat 249 West 29 Street has been an intriguing Manhattan loftlisting since coming to market in May, but if you’ve waited to seeit you’ve lost it, as it is now in a committed relationship(“contract signed” as of yesterday).  

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indoors and out at 284 Fifth

  but how big isit? Very cool new listing tonight fromJoseph Testone at Bellmarc for those who want real outdoor space.PH-Bat 284 Fifth Avenue is a 3 BR + 3 bath with — so far — nofloor plan or gross

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372 Fifth little loft / NY Times On The Market

  so small but so tall Sunday’s On The Market feature in the Sunday real estate section of the NY Times included a Manhattan loft that is only “744 sq ft”, #3P at 372 Fifth Avenue. This former mercantile space

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28 W 38 St broker/owner in contract

  top price, terrific loft Jim Grica at BHS just got a signed contract on his loft at 28 W 38 St, Unit 3W, which had been on the market since April at $1.795mm ($1,943/mo maintenance) for “2,00 sq ft”

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losing whose sky in the new west / development over the Lincoln Tunnel a threat to Glass Farmhouse?

  maybe not so bad for of the Glass Farmers? When I posted about the new listing at The Glass Farmhouse, 438 W 37 St, #6F yesterday I was focused on that listing being new. I dropped an aside about

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people who live in Glass Farmhouse

  Unit 6F at 448 W 37 Street is so new this morning that Anthony Gentile at PruDE does not have a floor plan or any interior photos up yet. He says “over 1,200 sq ft”, though our building data

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