Tag: Conversion

2 years to contract for 139 Spring Street artist's loft

one birthday is bad enough…It is a little unfair of me to say it took two years for the recently sold “2,522 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3B at 139 Spring Street find a contract, even though the loft was brought

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loft without walls sells for $1,098/ft at 60 East 13 Street

it is a lifestyle thingFor a loft condominium conversion dating only to 2005, the “2,575 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5E at 60 East 13 Street has an old school look, at least insofar as the (very open) floor plan is

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7-figure discount gets 15 Union Square West loft sold after 3 years

reading the writing on the (glass) wallsI checked via The Google: although the duplexed “2,282 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3D at 15 Union Square West is the 7th loft in this oh-so-luxe 36-unit condo conversion to close below my $5mm

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161 Grand Street loft closes up almost 1% over 2007

streets not as mean a bit westYesterday’s post (no mistaking the condition of artist loft at 184 Grand Street that sold for $710/ft) hit a very primitive artist’s loft on Grand Street near Mulberry Street, in the immediate Johnny Boy

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did the sponsor of 186 Fifth Avenue lofts get squeezed in first resale?

the runt of the litterBoth times the Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 186 Fifth Avenue have sold have been odd sales. Back on those thrilling days of yesteryear (2007), when four full-floor lofts were offered by the sponsor

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interesting price history of 71 Murray Street loft bought by Famous Couple

newsworthy for a different reasonThe Manhattan loft on the 10th floor at 71 Warren Street (the Hastings Building) made news when it sold on October 6 because the buyers are A Famous Couple (the New York Post mention is here,

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from $1,102/ft to $874/ft at 420 West 25 Street in 3 years

no surpriseUnit #7D at the 2007 Manhattan loft conversion Loft 25 at 420 West 25 Street closed on February 27, 2008 at $1,476,462, from a contract signed in May 2007. This clearing price of $1,102/ft for the "1,339 sq ft"

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was the terrace free at 38 Warren Street?

  of course not! (but there’s more)The Manhattan loft #9B at 38 Warren Street (Keystone Building) closed on February 5 at $2.3mm, which at first looked like a healthy-for-2010 $1,152/ft, especially when compared to #8A, which cleared in January 2008

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bringing low balls and a hard nose / developer trying to close out at 415 Greenwich

take the money + run?The Tribeca Summit at 415 Greenwich Street is a candidate for poster boy for bi-polar psychosis (an armchair diagnosis). The Manhattan loft deluxe condo conversion of a warehouse  has been marketing since Summer 2006, at a

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how to be happy selling for $1mm+ off at 43 West 64 Street

don’t cry for me ArgentinaYou’d be tempted to assume that a Manhattan loft seller with this listing history would not be happy:to market April 28, 2008 at $3.85mmprice drop June 23 to $3.595mmprice drop October 17 to $2.95mmprice drop November

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