Tag: Disappointed Seller

29 East 22 Street loft sellers take the money and run (up 41% since 2010 purchase)

nice work, if you can get itI can’t tell how the recent sellers of the “2,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5N at 29 East 22 Street bought the place in 2010, but I can see what they paid then, and

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250 Mercer Street loft rode peak without selling, just sold off one-third

no cash in just riding a wave The Manhattan loft #B406 at 250 Mercer Street closed on December 1 at $1.65mm, a far cry from the asking prices in 2007 and 2008. If only… It is just not enough to

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modesty (again) rewarded / 5 weeks to contract at 55 Hudson Street

pricing like it’s 2006The Manhattan loft 55 Hudson Street #3A was marketed modestly: the broker babble is plain about its limitations (“open loft plan”, “perfect home for the person with his/her own design in mind”, “needs a little TLC”, only

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ground floor loft at 7 Worth St proves how bad 2009 was

year in review, Part OneI can’t promise that there will be a Manhattan Loft Guy Year In Review, Part Two (or 3 …), but the recent sale of the ground floor loft at 7 Worth Street fits nicely in the

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213 West 23 Street loft takes what the market gives (28% off original ask)

when is a quick sale not a quick sale?To look at the recent marketing history, the Manhattan loft #5N at 213 West 23 Street was a pretty quick sale: to market September 8 at $3.695mm, contract by November 2, sold

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