Tag: Celebrity

quiet & “quintessential” northwest Tribeca loft in move-in condition sells at $843/ft

… so, of course there’s an explanation (there are hints in the broker babble) The raw numbers associated with the three-week old sale of the Manhattan loft #3W at 466 Washington Street yield a stark equation: “3,500 sq ft” + $2.95mm = $843/ft. There

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the fact that I hate spiral stairs did not matter to Noho penthouse loft buyer at 10 Bleecker Street at $2.9mm

crown jewels of Manhattan lofts can be expensive I admit it: one of the things I am most loft-snobby about is a spiral stair. To me, nothing else says cramped or cheap quite as well as a spiral stair. For

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“quintessential” 249 Church Street loft has quintessential Tribeca sales history

tripping down memory laneIf memory serves, the “1,588 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor of 249 Church Street (aka 65 Leonard Street) that just sold for $2mm has the exact same floor plan as when I visited it

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very valuable terrace boosts 65 N. Moore Street loft sale, though at a loss since 2010

that plan did not work outAs you will see eventually, below, the “1,450 sq ft” duplex true-penthouse Manhattan loft #6A at 65 N. Moore Street just sold at $2.625mm with a huge premium for the (266 sq ft, approximately) terrace.

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double bold-faced loft sale at 354 Broome Street: a harbinger or just a Bright Shiny Object?

getting tired of the Jedi mind trickThe recent sale of the Manhattan loft #3H at 354 Broome Street was a Bright Shiny Object for Jessica Gould Keil in the New York Post last week, in part because she was able

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small loft sale at 252 Seventh Avenue is another double-sided bold name transaction

once more into The MercThe New York Observer has the news about a recent sale of a small loft at the Chelsea Mercantile, sold by a photographer to an HBO executive. (I have heard of one half of these bolds,

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bold-faced names on both sides of 121 West 20 Street loft sale that beat 2008 by a million bucks

bold numbers are more interestingThere is something extremely weird about the recent sale of the top-floor duplex Manhattan loft #5D at 121 West 20 Street. Not the fact that none of the names printed in the New York Post report

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spectacular renovation does not prevent 161 West 15 Street loft from closing down 7% since 2006

awkward layout does not help (but did not change)I suspect that there are other people like one set of buyers of mine who really puzzled over the “1,440 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5A at 161 West 15 Street (Jensen-Lewis Building)

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old house guy takes a million dollar bath in new loft on Madison Square

real estate is a tough game, eh Bob?The end of the story through the sale of the Manhattan loft #20A at 15 East 26 Street (Fifteen Madison Square North) has been anticipated since one of the earliest television real estate

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19 Warren Street loft sold by minor celebrity at major profit

had been a super white boxThe Manhattan loft #PH-W at 19 Warren Street sold on June 7 through a deed filed today (according to StreetEasy), yet the New York Observer observed in yesterday’s edition on-line that it had been sold,

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