Category: one bed wonders

142 Duane Street loft up 48% since 2005, 35% since 2008

another Manhattan loft that draws outside the lines The lovely and classic Manhattan loft #4A at 142 Duane Street just off prime Tribeca has now sold 3 times going back to 2005, 4 times back to 2000. Continuing my recent

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limits of the loft form / 448 Greenwich St

1,300 sq ft = 1 BRI touched yesterday on a beautiful little loft that – with only “1,100 sq ft” – is fit for no more than one couple, or even one person (minimal drop at minimal beauty / 8

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wondering about the 1 Bed Wonder at 543 Broadway

  The 2d fl at 543 Broadway is new to the market this week, claiming to be “sprawling 2,500 sq ft” of “sexiness, charm and luxury” for $2.275mm ($1,550/mo maintenance). I can’t speak to the sex or charm, but the

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smaller but still One Bed Wonder-full at 644 Broadway + 30 W 13

  In an Upper East Side condo, 1,600 or 1,400 sq ft would be a 3 bedroom. In the Village or NoHo, that’s a One Bed Wonder loft.   30 W 13 St #2B is a smaller version of the

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really big One Bed Wonders with really big prices at 716 Broadway + 32 Laight

  One type of One Bed Wonder (what is a One Bed Wonder?) among Manhattan loft styles is dictated by the footprint and window placement. With no windows along a “long” side, the Long-and-Narrow lofts might only have one legal

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what is a 1 bed wonder?

  large lofts suitable for one person or a couple   I remember talking to people last year (and the year before that) about a spectacularly beautiful 2,000 sq ft loft, with very high-end finishes and a truly “Zen-like” renovation.

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