Tag: Design

strict 2-bedroom loft at 222 Park Avenue South takes a while to find its buyer

appreciating the personal style I am not going to repeat the Caps Lock portion, but I can testify that the opening bit of broker babble about the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3E at 222 Park Avenue South at the

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260 Fifth Avenue loft missed opportunity to sell before world found out about nearby development

  you do hate to see thatYou will often see a comment on Manhattan Loft Guy to the effect that a seller missed the best opportunity to sell (First Quarter 2008, aka The Peak) by being too aggressive in pricing,

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the Just One Buyer theory holds, as idiosyncratic 575 Sixth Avenue loft sells above ask, quickly

personal style that is very personal might still appealThis is a typical scenario: owner with wonderful taste renovates and decorates a Manhattan loft so that it fits her lifestyle and personality to a T, but eventually decides to sell; agent

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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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90 West Broadway loft bought at auction dresses up for magazine photo shoot

shown for life + design, not sale One of the regular features in the must-read Tribeca Citizen is “Loft Peeping”, which today linked to an unidentified “3,500 sq ft” loft featured in New York Magazine’s Design Hunting title. Lofts featured

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this very Winka-tect designed 497 Greenwich Street loft was all over the inter-tubes

so I had to track it downI don’t know why it came up like dandelions, but I saw a bunch of tweets last week about an Archi-tectonics designed loft in Soho, with links from many, many design websites, including this

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loft porn: Dietz Lantern loft transformed at 429 Greenwich Street

from good to greatA twitterverse mention of Manhattan Loft Guy on Tribeca Live (eventually) lead me to photos of a beautiful redesign of a loft at the Dietz Lantern Building (429 Greenwich Street), via Remodelista, a “sourcebook for the considered

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600 sq ft loft that “comfortably sleeps 8” sells at 21 East 22 Street, with happy back story, and different front story

telling part of your story on TVIt is a cliche to say that there are 8 million stories in the naked city, but it is also true. The listing description for the “600 sq ft” Manhattan mini-loft #6G at 21

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efficient use of space, to nth degree

not a loft, not in Manhattan, but…This is one of the most amazing videos I have seen about using a small space. No matter how much space you have, at some point you probably wonder if your space can be

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(too rich, too thin) too stylish to sell (well)?

vanilla (sold) vs. guava with hints of chili (languishing)I was going to do this post about a recent sale of a Manhattan loft (one of those great price! 3-weeks-to-contract price discussions), possibly followed by an aside about the remaining unit

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