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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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Manhattan real estate is a funny business: the curious case of the Lower Soho loft at 49 Howard Street

loft takes 3 years to contract, data are hard to track (sigh) If you took a look at the Past Activity tab on the StreetEasy building page for 49 Howard Street (aka 307 Canal Street) you wouldn’t know that the

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artist loft clears at $742/ft in south Soho, 307 West Broadway

how much more to create that masterpiece?There is a great span of values for primitive lofts, isn’t there? Today’s specimen is the “3,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 6th floor at 307 West Broadway, a roughly 36 x 90

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why did 288 West Street lofts close with such a wide spread?

why would “gut” beat “restored”?There is a puzzle about the last two Manhattan loft sales at 288 West Street at the extreme northwest corner of Tribeca that might be one of those always-easy-when-you-know-the-answer puzzles. Two lofts that sound the same

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a Tuesday diversion / vintage Manhattan photos 1941, 1942

driving me crazy, and you?Don’t click here if you don’t have a few minutes, because you will be late to your next appointment or call. It is a collection of 63 color photographs taken by a visiting businessman, nearly all

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short One York v. tall tower / NY Post offers part of the (temporary) sculpture garden story

we’ve been here before (recently)Today’s NY Post residential real estate section has two pieces of interest to Manhattan loft aficionados by Max Gross. One is a love note to the southernmost blocks in Soho, with recaps of hotels, condo development

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505 Greenwich Street loft is up 8% since 2004, down 12% since 2006

in which it is better to have been the first owner than the secondEven if I had an easy way to search price histories for Manhattan lofts I don’t think I would find one quite like the zigging and zagging

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nice flipping loft at 49 Howard Street

aka 307 Canal StreetThis building caught my eye this week when I noted the Manhattan loft #3N at 49 Howard Street was sold on October 13 to a Swedish couple for $1.9mm after having been bought in February 2008 for

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interesting data point: primitive 5th floor walk-up loft sells at 8 Greene Street

hot off the pressThe Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 8 Greene Street sold on April 29, with a deed filed today(!), and not a very long listing history (to market January 13; in contract February 16), with not

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181 Hudson Street closes at strong price / why?

  why is $996/ft ‘impressive’?The March 15 deed for the sale of Manhattan loft #3A at 181 Hudson Street is late-breaking (filed yesterday!), but is it news? The "2,509 sq ft" "uniquely textured" (??) north Tribeca loft came and went

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