Tag: Campiello

schizo seller succeeds with 224 West 18 Street loft by zigging, then zagging

success, but no points for styleThe “2,002 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7C at 224 West 18 Street just sold at a very, very small discount from the asking price, so that’s an impressive bit of work. But I am intrigued

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Campiello Collection penthouse loft at 151 West 17 Street eventually sells 54% above 2005

eventually can be a long timeYou’ve seen the stats: something like the average American moves every 6 years. The guy who bought the “2,876 sq ft” Manhattan loft #PHE at 151 West 17 Street (the Campiello Collection), with another “1,121

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151 West 17 Street loft sale is a Headscratcher's Special: 5% below 2005

fans of efficient market theory should avert their eyesLet’s stick with John McCain (“The Market is cruel”) another day. In yesterday’s market cruelty or mean streets?  gut renovated sundrenched 347 West 39 Street loft closes at $675/ft, unadjusted for terraces,

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8 months to contract at 6.5% discount for 151 West 17 Street loft

did Conventional Wisdom takes another shot to the head, or did CW slip the punch?You know the Conventional Wisdom about asking prices and time: that a listing professionally exposed to The Market for enough time without having selling is at

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151 West 17 Street loft sells up 9% in 16 months

at least everyone made moneyFrom a karmic perspective, it is nice that the “1,917 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6A at 151 West 17 Street (the Campiello Collection) has a fairly straight line sales history, with no hiccups or plunges: Dec

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