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plusses and minuses evident as 249 Church Street penthouse loft sells above 3rd floor, at par with 4th floor

primitive loft with roof rights will do thatThe “1,588 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 5th floor (“penthouse”) at 249 Church Street that sold on December 4 at $2.15mm, is a study of the power of “on the other hand

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Franklin Tower loft at 90 Franklin Street zooms through market, into 2007

who will argue with success?The recent sale of the “2,633 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7S at 90 Franklin Street (Franklin Tower) was a success in the sense that it sold quickly (21 days to contract) at a small discount (3%).

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129 West 22 Street loft sells at $947/ft as more classic than mint-y, but you have to sleep inside

dressed up by loft lovers, for loft lovers The longer I look at the large format photos of the “1,431 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 129 West 22 Street that recently sold at $1.355mm, the more I agree with

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124 Hudson Street loft finally sells, above nearby comp but below 2006

perhaps you have heard?To look at the most obviously relevant data on StreetEasy regarding the recent sale of the “3,217 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5C at 124 Hudson Street, you’d think the sellers did fairly well. After all, the clearing

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if you want a spellbinding loft at 889 Broadway, it will cost ya

might you fall onto Broadway?Is there another true (old school) Manhattan loft building (other than 889 Broadway, the Gorham Manufacturing Building), with essentially floor-to-ceiling windows? If so, it does not come to my mind. The marketing lede for the “2,500

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O’Neill loft at 655 Sixth Avenue sells despite not being marketed from July 2007 to December 2008

otherwise, it was actively marketedSome marketing campaigns are longer than others; few are as long as this (perhaps none). When the Manhattan loft #3B at 655 Sixth Avenue (the O’Neill Building) finally sold on February 28 for $1.22mm it had

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giant 43% gain since 2004 for giant Jensen Lewis loft marketed aggressively at 161 West 15 Street

celebrity buyer alert! but there’s all sorts of other stuff going on…When the Manhattan loft #6FG at 161 West 15 Street (the Jensen Lewis building) closed at $3.15mm on January 31 it made the papers because of the identity of

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giant 43% gain since 2004 for giant Jensen Lewis loft marketed aggressively at 161 West 15 Street

celebrity buyer alert! but there’s all sorts of other stuff going on…When the Manhattan loft #6FG at 161 West 15 Street (the Jensen Lewis building) closed at $3.15mm on January 31 it made the papers because of the identity of

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is this a $625k renovation of a 1,200 sq ft loft at 720 Greenwich Street?

Manhattan Loft Guy report, you decideThe footprint of the “A” line of The Tower in the West Village at 720 Greenwich Street is pretty funky, as Manhattan lofts go. It winds around an obtuse corner (2 exposures!) with enough of

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