Tag: Cass Gilbert

efficient market for “A” lofts at 130 West 30 Street

a shower with views!I don’t know that I have ever seen a Manhattan loft marketed before emphasizing shower views, so the campaign for the “1,394 sq ft” loft #14A at 130 West 30 Street (the Cass Gilbert) (“en-suite marble bath

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tired of pi**ing into the wind, 130 West 30 Street loft sellers take money, run

run far, to Jolly Olde, in factAlthough the sellers of the Manhattan loft #12C at 130 West 30 Street (the Cass Gilbert) tried to sell around $2mm in 2006 and again in the post-Lehman market into 2009 at $1.8mm, I

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loft living or penology? Quote Of The Day

you can’t make this stuff upToday’s QOTD comes via the New York Times’ own Hunt Grunt, Joyce Cohen, and requires Manhattan Loft Guy readers to cross the river. Not far, but still …. In The Hunt feature in today’s real

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6 Sunday open houses new to market since Thanksgiving

These 6 listings are all new in the last 6 weeks and range from 800 sq ft to 2,533 sq ft, and from $925k to $3.75mm, with 3 in the West 30s.(remember to check the agent websites Sunday morning to

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what would Cass Gilbert think / 130 W 30 St challenges

  great building! the block … not so much There are few great loft buildings in Manhattan that separate the Prefer-Loft people from the Love-Lofts people the way The Cass Gilbert does, at 130 West 30th Street. Indeed, this building

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Chelsea's Merc merchandise / 5 open houses

the condo that branded Chelsea above 23rd St The Chelsea Mercantile building at 252 Seventh Avenue is the project that – in my opinion – created a market for high-end apartments above West 23rd Street that had not existed before

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