Tag: Bedrooms

architects trash O’Neill Building loft in Chelsea, in order to make it beautiful, of course

for the due diligence files of 655 Sixth Avenue loft buyers (caveat emptor!) Long-time readers of Manhattan Loft Guy know that I am a sucker for before-and-after photos; otherwise I have to wait for a loft having been sold twice,

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pair of Tribeca loft sales at 27 Leonard Street show 15 feet of wall is worth about $200,000

not to pay the carpenter, but for the Manhattan loft buyers who had to have 2 bedrooms The “1,636 sq ft” full-floor Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 27 Leonard Street sold three weeks ago for $3mm. Its many

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adding wall for 3rd bedroom did NOT increase value of 49 East 21 Street loft by 36%

nor did time, or dimmers This is the kind of thing that drives Efficient Market fans to distraction and buyers to drink (or worse): the “1,461 sq ft” Manhattan loft #10C at 49 East 21 Street just sold at a

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“quintessential” 249 Church Street loft has quintessential Tribeca sales history

tripping down memory laneIf memory serves, the “1,588 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor of 249 Church Street (aka 65 Leonard Street) that just sold for $2mm has the exact same floor plan as when I visited it

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