Tag: Authentic

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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what is “original” about Tribeca loft that went for $1,438/ft at 109 Reade Street?

(mis) adventures in Manhattan loft babbling Sometimes I suspect that I take this stuff too seriously. When I read the broker babble for the “1,321 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 109 Reade Street I expected to

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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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not gussied, 46 Great Jones Street loft sells after 363 days, down 42% from first ask

I don’t find that in my (out of date?) handbookI don’t think I’ve seen this locution to describe an “authentic” Manhattan loft before: “NOT Gussied Up”. I think it like it, but the fact that it sticks out probably means

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6 prices, 13 months to contract for 107 West 25 Street loft

a busy little buildingOne of these days I am going to get to drafting a post about the bidding wars I have observed with buyer clients and on the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008. But that

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it should not be this hard to get the right price, as 40 West 15 Street loft (finally) sells above ask

patience, of course, is a virtue (if rewarded)The listing history for the “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2A at 40 West 15 Street involves several efforts, but considering that it sold for $2mm on July 2, the numbers are just

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22 Warren Street loft seller paints a portrait of motivation

painting by numbersMaybe the winner of the Oscar for Most Motivated Buyer would have dropped in another price or two, but 4 price drops in 9 weeks looks to me like at least an performance worth a nomination by the

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161 Grand Street loft closes up almost 1% over 2007

streets not as mean a bit westYesterday’s post (no mistaking the condition of artist loft at 184 Grand Street that sold for $710/ft) hit a very primitive artist’s loft on Grand Street near Mulberry Street, in the immediate Johnny Boy

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no mistaking the condition of artist loft at 182 Grand Street that sold for $710/ft

“classic”, “quintessential”, “rare”, “authentic”The Manhattan loft #2E at 182 Grand Street was marketed with a historical marker (“currently serves as the studio for a working artist”) and every picture in the listing tells that story. Yes, the floor plan of

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424 Broome Street loft takes 15 months to sell at 9% discount; why so long?

in which I simply just gaze in wonderAvid consumer of Manhattan loft closing data that I am (the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 now has almost 2,000 transactions), sometimes I don’t know what it is about

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