Tag: Custom

111 Mercer Street loft gains $922,438 in 19 months, or did it?

developer left money on the table, skewing Manhattan loft market stats The big story about the “2,024 sq ft” Soho loft on the 3rd floor at 111 Mercer Street is in the headline: the folks behind the trust that paid

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little loft with great low floor light sells at $993/ft at 130 Nassau Street

a few topics of interest The recent sale of the “901 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3J at 150 Nassau Street is interesting for several things, but the first thing that caught my eye was the broker babble “some of the

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what $50,000 worth of mahogany looks like: 260 Park Avenue South loft sells with 30 foot ceilings

for the imagination challenged, an exampleYou have probably never woken up in the middle of the night wondering “what does $50,000 worth of mahogany look like?” but this post will make sure that that never happens to you. The “1,662

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One Bed Wonder loft at 129 West 20 Street sells modestly over $1,000/ft, despite custom finishes

don’t tell Ann SacksThe “1,626 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 129 West 20 Street (the Chelsea Quarter) was all dressed up when it sold earlier this month, with (as the broker babbes) “beautiful features and lux finishes, handsome in

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bowing to the inevitable price drop, but 25% impresses

lovely loft, big hitSpeaking of lovely Manhattan lofts (as we were last week, July 31, why isn’t a Tribeca premium renovation worth at least 250/ft?) with pricing difficulties (as we were yesterday, ditto), there’s a new firm and a price

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