Tag: Balcony

American Felt loft at 114 East 13 St sells for 6th time at a gain

there are no guarantees in Manhattan residential real estate, of course, of course Timing may not be the proverbial “everything” when it comes to Manhattan lofts, but it surely helps to have it on your side. The “1,164 sq ft” East

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Warren Street loft shows why Manhattan “lofts” comp by size, “apartments” by bedrooms

someone used a shoehorn in this Tribeca loft living room Way back when, in my first year as a professional residential real estate sales person in Manhattan, I accompanied a mentor on a series of buyer appointments. It being way

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true sculptor studio loft at 561 Broadway needs gut, gets $1,142/ft

you’re looking at a $1,400/ft Soho loft, all in (at least) What would you do with the “2,100 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4A at 561 Broadway (the oh so lovely Little Singer Building)? It “has been the studio and showroom

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224 West 18 Street lofts up 13% in a year, down 12% since Peak?

so it seems, but wait (there’s more!)Yesterday’s Just sold! feature in the New York Post featured a Manhattan loft that had (yes!) recently sold. (Why can’t the New York Times do that?) It always interests me when a Manhattan loft

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balcony problem a deal-beaker? or, another disappointing major media Manhattan real estate article?

or, is Manhattan Loft Guy just getting cranky?I was pleased to see that NY Magazine ran a recent S. Jhoanna Robledo on-line piece asking — among other things — "do buyers care [about the recent press about dangerous balconies]?". I

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the last 13% haircut drives new development deal at 135 West 14 Street

down $950k overallThe Manhattan loft #5 at 135 West 14 Street is the latest sale at the new condo construction "Loft 14", having closed December 22 (deed filed January 14). The "2,161 sq ft" floor-through has a classic Long-and-Narrow loft

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114 East 13 St lofts go 3-for-3 above $1,000/ft

nice streak in this season, but what does it mean?The Manhattan loft #6A at 114 East 13 Street closed on December 15, pretty successfully, at $1.3mm. This "1,200 sq ft" condo loft was offered at $1.395mm since August 24 and

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Oculus squints just a bit to get it at 50 West 15 Street

can you see me now?The NY Post today demonstrates the somewhat elastic use of language in even the real estate news on this tabloid, as today’s Just Sold feature includes a new development sale at The Oculus Condominium, 50 West

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NY Times highlight 142 Duane St sale, mis-counts weeks, omits land lease info

  garbage in, garbage out? The problem with relying on the NY Times sometimes for accurate information about Manhattan loft sales is that the Times has to rely on (shudder) real estate agents to supply "facts". That can lead to

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dueling $4mm open houses at 217 West 19 Street + 32 West 18 St

Chelsea or Flatiron? space or views?My guess is that there will be about a 65% overlap between open house visitors on Sunday to 217 West 19 Street 9th floor and 32 West 18 Street #2B. The open house times overlap, they

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