Tag: Artist Loft

not many true artist lofts in Tribeca (one fewer as 145 Chambers Street sells at $821/ft)

and they say there are no Manhattan loft bargains left The “1,700 sq ft” Tribeca loft 145 Chambers Street #2 just sold for $1.395mm, which I’ve already told you in the headline is $821/ft. (And by “just sold”, I mean yesterday,

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“true artist’s loft” still exists at 19 Greene Street, but not for long

 there’s a sad majesty to these listing photos in Soho For a loft snob, or for any who truly appreciates classic Manhattan lofts, seeing listing photos for a “true artist loft in Soho” might be like what an animal rights

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diversion: Lena Dunham’s parents ruin a Tribeca loft

not a sale, so a diversion, even if about a Manhattan loft Weekends on Manhattan Loft Guy are usually for diversions from outside the real estate world, but this Robin Finn story (A Lena Dunham Locale and slideshow) from the Sunday

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was Great Jones Street loft a million dollar renovation?

more or less, and sold at $1,300/ftThe April 22 sale of the Manhattan loft #4F at 48 Great Jones Street at $3.24mm represents a huge premium over the year-old sale of #5R in the same building at $2,262,500, as the

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the opportunity in an artist’s loft / new at 152 Wooster

possibilities can be expensiveWhen the listing description says “full of character and possibility” and “currently configured as a largely open 2 BR artist’s loft”, you should plan to visit with your architect and your contractor. So come on down to

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the rest of the story about 427 Washington / NY Times Habitats column

  buyers see 100+ lofts until the ‘this is it’ moment Fascinating piece in today’s NY Times “Habitats” feature by Stephen Williams about a couple who found (18 months searching) and renovated (2 years renovating) their TriBeCa dream loft “startlingly

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Tribeca buy & build opportunity under $800/ft at 56 Warren

  rare opportunity to start fresh #2E at 56 Warren Street is a “true artist loft” in “raw and original condition”. Offered by Kim Shepard-Fabrizi of PruDE for $1.695mm, it is an unusual opportunity for the person who wants 2,200

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