contracts (again) at 90 Prince + 258 Bway

long, strange trip at 90 Prince?
Unit 7A at 90 Prince Street is a peculiar loft (even in a Manhattan filled with ‘unique’ lofts) with a now-tortured history. I reported good news on his baby on July 11 in besotted suitor finds 90 Prince? 7A in contract, but that did not last. It was back on the market two weeks later.
Maybe this one will last, but it shows up this morning as a Signed Contract. Check out my July 11 posting for why this loft is so peculiar, and for the fun the Curbed-folk had with it back in January.
not as long, or strange at 258 Broadway
Unit 3B at 258 Broadway came to market in March at $1.175mm (41,313/mo maintenance), had a contract signed at Memorial Day, and then dropped off the market in July with a failed contract. It came back as “new” (not quite!) on August 1 at $1.15mm but has found another buyer, as it is also shows up as Contract Signed this morning.
I can’t put my finger on a prior posting about this one, but it sure looks familiar to me – check the pix for the pretty distinctive lofted space in this “1,100 sq ft” open loft. I talked about a unit down the hall (258 Broadway #3G) with an even more unusual layout in open house reviews in July (see Open House review – early bird specials under $1.8for a recap). That one looks like two 900 sq ft boxes on top of each other, with some 18 ft ceilings and some up-ing and down-ing required. Asking $1.62mm for “1,800 sq ft”.
© Sandy Mattingly 2007
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