Tag: Deed

serendipity: 113 Prince Street loft that took a year to sell took 113 days to file deed

nothing happens quickly here, apparentlyThe sale of the “1,490 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5ER at 113 Prince Street is another example of not new news (like in my November 23, 67 Hudson Street loft closes off 9% from 2005, with

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interesting loft sale at 260 Fifth Avenue, but Observer gets it wrong

why do they do that?The New York Observer reported yesterday that the Manhattan loft on the 8th floor at 260 Fifth Avenue sold for $3.95mm but, as you will see in a minute, it didn’t. It was a newsworthy event

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ignore this loft “sale” at 114 Mercer Street

no length between the armsOne of the risks in looking at closed transactions in Manhattan loft buildings is that things are sometimes not what they seem. Or, that they are exactly what they seem if you look a little closer.

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one year to contract at 45 Walker Street

did Hillary Swank help? The deed transferring the Manhattan loft at 45 Walker Street #4 was filed two weeks ago, ending a rather long sales effort. At under $1,200/ft for a condo with low monthly charges, this is a relative

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