Tag: Bidding War

so many incorrect prices finally sell 73 Worth Street penthouse loft above ask

don’t see many June sales with snow in Manhattan loft listing photos It took four listing prices to sell the “1,997 sq ft” Manhattan penthouse loft #PHD at 73 Worth Street on June 26. One way to say it took

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no rational market evident in 708 Greenwich Street loft sale $260k over ask

an ‘efficient’ Manhattan loft market requires more transparency than a bidding war can offer From November 2014 to February 2015 the overall Manhattan residential real estate market was essentially flat, unless you consider a change of .01% to be a significant deviation

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rational market? not for 15 Broad Street loft that sold 13% above unsuccessful 2013 ask

economists weep over the downtown Manhattan loft market (sometimes) In yet another twist on the Manhattan-lofts-that-sell-above-ask theme, the wrinkle that most interests me about the recent sale of the “2,011 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3120 at 15 Broad Street (Downtown

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lots of reasons loft at 710 Broadway sold 30% over ask

provocative price does its job: generates a feeding frenzy Let’s start (uncharacteristically) with the main point: it’s not that the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 7th floor at 710 Broadway sold quickly for a lot of money, it’s

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The Market has its way with “above ask” Tribeca Space loft sale, as is its wont

who was responsible for pricing strategy of loft at 25 Murray Street? Uncharacteristically, let me cut to the chase: yes, the “1,395 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4K at 25 Murray Street (Tribeca Space) earned the coveted green cell background on

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the ‘complete transformation’ does not explain 28% gain over 2010 for 312 East 23 Street loft

this broker babble is accurate, but …? You’d be forgiven for thinking that the reason that the “1,200 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7B at 312 East 23 Street (the Foundry) just sold for $1.24mm after having been purchased in July

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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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flashy 88 Laight Street loft underperforms, answers question “when is a 17 foot ceiling not 17 feet?”

the mezzanine curse of (some) Manhattan lofts afflicts this Tribeca  loft I am going to save you some SHOUTING (you’re welcome) by noting that the broker babble for the recently sold “1,982 sq ft” Manhattan loft #8 at 88 Laight

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Chelsea House loft at 130 West 19 Street provokes delayed bidding war

a fascinating sequence finally gets this loft off to the races It took the “1,596 sq ft” Manhattan loft #9A at 130 West 19 Street (the Chelsea House) 9 weeks to get into a contract above ask, but that is

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108 Reade Street loft goes to war, secretly, beats the heck out of 2011 market

for reasons unknownStill groggy from a 4AM wake-up call on Wednesday in Buenos Aires and an overnight flight from Chile to JFK on (still) Wednesday night, but it is time to get out of the Manhattan Loft Guy archives and

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