Tag: Chambers

stunning Tribeca loft with great light sells for $1,037/ft but it’s on Chambers Street, and 4 flights up

more exploration of the bottom layers of the downtown Manhattan loft market I’ve been hitting a bunch of (relatively) low-priced downtown Manhattan lofts lately (for the two of you who have forgotten how to scroll up: December 10, NoLIta neighbor buys neighbor’s

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should 80 Chambers Street loft be embarrassed? (resells over ask, but only 6% over 2006)

no reason to anthropomorphize Manhattan lofts Silly me: no, the “1,056 sq ft” Manhattan loft #11B at 80 Chambers Street should not be embarrassed because it sold for only 6.3% more last month than it sold for in May 2006,

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119 Chambers Street loft with roof view discovers its clearing price, eventually

nicely played, photographer; nicely playedThe listing photos in support of the recent sale of the “2,236 sq ft” Manhattan loft  on the 4th floor at 119 Chambers Street don’t lie: that is the Gehry building and that is the Woolworth

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another picture of the trough, as 92 Chambers Street loft sells up 37% over 2009

can’t explain the 2007, howeverI am going to try not to get too distracted by the new development sale in 2007 of the “1,353 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 92 Chambers Street, as I don’t know

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flip city: 99 Reade Street loft sold in 2011 sells again, up 4%

so many questions Some people might look at the September 4 sale of the “1,576 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5W at 99 Reade Street (Reade Court) for $2mm and see that the big news is that it sold at that

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least expensive Tribeca loft ($471/ft!!) is 5 flights up at 145 Chambers Street

is it the maintenance, Mars? [updated Oct 19 about the mortgage]There are a lot of factors contributing to the very low market value of the “1,700 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 145 Chambers Street as reflected

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80 Chambers Street loft takes a year to go from $3.5mm to $2.75mm in an efficient (gasp!) micro-market

at least it got a birthday presentWhen the Manhattan loft #15F at 80 Chambers Street sold on March 17 at $2.75mm that closing capped a marketing campaign that started on February 11, 2010 at $3.5mm. In exchange for the 21%

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stable loft market at 303 Greenwich Street, since 2009 + since 2005

nice to see simple data once in a whileFrequent readers of Manhattan Loft Guy know that I am intrigued by sales that don’t fit The Overall Narrative, such as loft sales implying a 15% change in the market in the

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38 Warren Street and other loft buildings in 1894 (lamp + “gas trimmings” importers & more)

  The Google is my (distracting) friendI played around on Google when I was looking at the listing history of 38 Warren Street (for the February 19, was the terrace free at 38 Warren Street?) and found some interesting history

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50 Warren Street closes, off 45% from original ask + 14% off 2005 price

how do you spell O – U – C – H ?It is fair to assume that the sellers of the Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 50 Warren Street were quite frustrated with how … realistic … they

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