Tag: Chelsea

Chelsea House loft at 130 West 19 Street provokes delayed bidding war

a fascinating sequence finally gets this loft off to the races It took the “1,596 sq ft” Manhattan loft #9A at 130 West 19 Street (the Chelsea House) 9 weeks to get into a contract above ask, but that is

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6 prices, 13 months to contract for 107 West 25 Street loft

a busy little buildingOne of these days I am going to get to drafting a post about the bidding wars I have observed with buyer clients and on the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008. But that

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233 West 26 Street loft closes up 13% over 2008 (!) but down 6% since 2006 (!!)

‘tis a puzzlementThe last three times the “1,450 sq ft” duplex Manhattan loft #1E at 233 West 26 Street sold, the clearing prices from bottom to top were $1.33mm, $1.25mm, and $1.11mm. The dates from old to new were January

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huge 205 West 19 Street loft sells at $200,000/window, but why?

how much per book, I wonderBy any measure, the marketing campaign for the “3,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft #10F at 205 West 19 Street was a success. A full price contract in 4 weeks at $1,143/ft ($4mm) is the main

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NY Times on Chelsea penthouse leads me to wonder “what is a loft”?

structural columns, open space, big windows are not enoughLong-time Manhattan Loft Guy readers know that I am a loft snob, yet that I recognize that there is no universal definition (that I am aware of, at least) as to what

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114 West 27 Street penthouse loft sells at $1,041/ft with unlimited potential (+ free roof?)

talk about missing The Peak!With the recent clearing price of the “3,600 sq ft” Manhattan loft dubbed #PH at 114 West 27 Street just clearing $1,000/ft at $3.75mm, there is a way to squint at the sale and the “2,500

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flipping on your head (ouch) in Chelsea / from 2002 to 2007, returning to 2009 … then 2006 or earlier??

off 10-15%, at leastIt feels as though it has been a while since I posted in the too pushy …? thread but here’s one that reminds me that the thread always had that "?" in it. There’s a Manhattan loft

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dynamic city / champagne in a cookie building

  Two pieces in Sunday’s NY Times got me thinking about how dynamic New York City is. I suppose that other cities are similarly dynamic, but the relative age, breadth and range of the City, and its sharp geographic boundaries,

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the newest new kitchen (in Flatiron, not Chelsea)

  If you have been paying really close attention, you will understand my reference to G4 kitchens (if not, see my earlier blog about Manhattan loft kitchen styles).   Here’s a new one in the G4 series, which will have

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