Tag: American Thread

challenging American Thread loft at 260 West Broadway finally sells (contract took 50 weeks)

  fools rush in (here comes Manhattan Loft Guy) … It is hard to argue with success, but I am going to try. The “1,365 sq ft” duplex Manhattan loft #9E at 260 West Broadway in the iconic American Thread

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American Thread loft sells on Groundhog's Day, again

seriously weird, but totally trueThe Manhattan loft #8C at 260 West Broadway (an all-time MLG favorite loft building) closed on December 23. I had to focus really hard to appreciate that the sale was December 23, 2009 rather than another

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4 months to close, 4 years to zero out at 260 West Broadway

threading the needle to a quick sale, through the Way Back Machine The Manhattan loft #5G at 260 West Broadway (the American Thread Building) slid through The Market this year, starting on January 8 and finishing on May 6. (Not

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1981 to 2009: progress, or not so much?

plus ca change … When I moved into the American Thread Building in 1981 (the first great condo loft conversion in Tribeca?), I was in that (relatively) new Manhattan demographic, Young Urban Professionals, and we were "welcomed" into the building

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American Thread new to market / why so soon?

  one year later… #4A at 260 West Broadway, the American Thread Building, is new to the Manhattan loft market this weekend, asking $2.3mm and $1,788/mo (condo; with an assessment of $697/mo for an unstated period) for “1,600 sq ft” of

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new contract at American Thread, 260 W Bway

I described #4G at 260 West Broadway (the fabled – to me – Manhattan loft American Thread Building) when it was new to the market in early March (new this week at 260 West Broadway ). It is said to

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