Tag: Contract

TYAToMLG: a great counter counts summer contracts + listings

  old market trends never really get old On Thursday I used The Miller’s new way of cutting the 20-year Manhattan residential real estate market into 8 eras in service of a post about a particular Tribeca loft with a

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challenging American Thread loft at 260 West Broadway finally sells (contract took 50 weeks)

  fools rush in (here comes Manhattan Loft Guy) … It is hard to argue with success, but I am going to try. The “1,365 sq ft” duplex Manhattan loft #9E at 260 West Broadway in the iconic American Thread

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a tricky $1,220/ft for a most lovely gut job of 451 Broome Street loft that took 50 weeks + 3 contracts to sell

a pretty short year This is the kind of history that is so infuriatingly rich that it is a shame not to know the whole story. The “2,400 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7E at 451 Broadway came to market a

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1 year, 2 contracts to resell 90 William Street loft unfairly, off slightly since 2008

sticking with the odysseysHave I mentioned recently that The Market is not fair? You’d have to have read between the lines of yesterday’s post (December 12, 6 prices, 13 months to contract for 107 West 25 Street loft) about a

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about that Master List of downtown Manhattan loft sales …

if you need a diversion from Manhattan lofts today, look elsewhere (anywhere else)I think this is the second week in a row, but perhaps only the second time in the last few months, that the  Master List of Manhattan Lofts

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more developer's remorse: scooped by Curbed over 246 West 17 Street loft resale +89% in 3 years

no blogger’s remorse, howeverHow’s this for a Bright Shiny Object? The “1,717 sq ft” Manhattan loft (with a “321 sq ft” terrace) #1C at 246 West 17 Street recently sold at $2.55mm after having been sold in 2009 by the

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did it really take 3 contracts to sell top floor loft with private roof at 303 Mercer Street for 99.3% of ask?

I hate these fuzzy historiesThis much we know: the Manhattan loft triplex with roof terrace #A608 at 303 Mercer Street (in the oh-so-poetic Snug Cove [oops] Harbor 3-building coop) came to market on July 5, 2011 at $2.995mm and closed

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Flower District loft at 133 West 28 Street sells at small discount after 11 months, 2 firms, only a $5,000 drop

why did that first contract fail?It is impossible to know this kind of thing from the outside, but there is a reason that the “1,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6C at 133 West 28 Street took nearly a year to

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diversions of spring baseball / players & dumb advocates edition

a mixed bagThis time of year, all or nearly all of the Manhattan Loft Guy weekend diversion posts should be about one thing: baseball. But it has not worked out that way. This post will be but small recompense, as

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big space, small price for 142 West 26 Street

but there’s an alibiThere is a reason why the “3,870 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 7th floor at 142 West 26 Street sold on September 19 at only $722/ft ($2.475mm) despite having a “chef’s kitchen … with Liebherr, Viking

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