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awkward kitchen fails to stop sale of MacIntyre loft at 874 Broadway in Flatiron

still, $1.875mm There are limits to what even the best architects can do. Assuming the decision about where to place (or, where to keep) the kitchen was made by the clients, you can appreciate that even an “[a]rchitect-designed loft” can

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682 Broadway loft before ($1.295mm) & after ($2.75mm) gut renovation in 2013

I hope you’re not tired of the Guess The Budget game for Manhattan loft renovations I don’t think that I have ever been to a Sunday open house that was as crowded as the one for the pre-renovation “1,350 sq

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loft ‘carved out’ of Gilsey House ballroom shows it

not all residential Manhattan loft conversions yield rational floor plans The Gilsey House at 1200 Broadway (in what can now be termed The Greater Ace Area) is one of the most spectacular large loft buildings in Manhattan, let alone in NoMad,

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111 Mercer Street loft gains $922,438 in 19 months, or did it?

developer left money on the table, skewing Manhattan loft market stats The big story about the “2,024 sq ft” Soho loft on the 3rd floor at 111 Mercer Street is in the headline: the folks behind the trust that paid

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Soho loft with the most awkward kitchen sells above ask at 543 Broadway

a triangle, if only on paper How far would you consider it acceptable to walk to the refrigerator to get, say, vegetables to wash in the sink? If you said “really far, and please, can we put a door in the

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half-off finally sells 620 Broadway artist loft with (obviously) some issues

how selling a Manhattan loft can be like your worst experience pulling off a band-aid I’m going to lead the way you should pull off a band-aid, quickly (brutally, even): contrary to what you’ll read on StreetEasy, the very quirky

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price discovery can be hard, even for pros, as at 738 Broadway

marked down from $6 million! The “2,396 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 738 Broadway (the Broadway McKenna Building) in the most NYU-ish stretch of Noho that sold for $3.85mm at Christmas started life as a $6mm listing.

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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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condition trumps location, earns $1,875/ft in busy corner of northeast Tribeca

not quite a million over 2007 purchase The “1,200 sq ft” Manhattan loft #15C at 395 Broadway that just sold at $2.25mm has seen some upgrades since it was bought by the recent sellers back in April 2007 at $1.295mm,

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Gilsey House loft seller disappointed in setting building record at 1200 Broadway

… and in getting only 62% above 2010 purchase price Not many folks would be disappointed by beating the building record on a dollar-per-foot basis by about a quarter, but the listing history of the “1,850 sq ft” Manhattan loft

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