Tag: Cash

did 11 Lispenard Street loft (Tribeca) sell because close to Soho?

interesting (truthful) marketing angleThe “1,782 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 11 Lispenard Street is so solidly “Tribeca” that it is one short block west of the original Triangle Below Canal block (more on that, below*). Yet

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prime Soho original artist loft at 100 Wooster sells immediately for $600/ft

another one bites the dustThe “2,000 sq ft” “classic”, “quintessential”, “rare”, “authentic” artist loft I hit last week (July 21, no mistaking the condition of artist loft at 184 Grand Street that sold for $710/ft) sold for (you guessed, right?)

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return of the gut renovation buyer / 222 Park Avenue South edition

was she ever away?I wonder if the run of recent Manhattan loft sales that I have noticed of lofts in need of a complete build-out is an actual sign of Something Happening In The Market, or if it just random

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another loft in New York Times, another inexpensive renovation, with 400 shoes

more shores shoes in basement storage!Wasn’t it just the other day that I wondered whether the New York Times, in fact, disproportionately represented Manhattan lofts in living/design pieces, or whether I just happened to notice the instances in which it

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what is your loft worth after a major FIRE? 12 East 12 Street loft goes for more than you'd think

20% off peak pricing??The Manhattan loft 12 East 12 Street #7NE sold on April 8, 2008, almost exactly at The Peak of the overall Manhattan real estate market, and then again on September 24. Conventional wisdom might be that the

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cash was king when 152 Wooster Street loft sold

scooping ACRISYou can’t tell (yet) on StreetEasy or in the city’s system, but the Manhattan loft #5B at 152 Wooster Street sold on June 29 for $2.85mm in cash. That cash is significant, as the seller had a "much higher"

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