Tag: Due Diligence

new 44-story hotel in Chelsea to crimp some loft views

that’s what (sometimes) (eventually) happens if your sightline goes over a Manhattan parking lot [updated] Another day, another new hotel announced …. The Real Deal had the news yesterday that a parking lot at 144 West 28 Street that sold

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is there a discernible market impact to long-running litigation over defects in luxe Flatiron loft development?

some Manhattan loft topics never get old, though they do repeat The story about the 2010 new Manhattan loft development at 141 Fifth Avenue in the heart of the Flatiron district in yesterday’s The Real Deal, Savanna wants claims dismissed

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old school gut-me loft sells at $926/ft at east end of Chelsea

love the truthful broker babbling describing this (quintessential?) Chelsea loft “[F]air condition and livable” is damn fine praise to describe the “1,980 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 106 West 26 Street, a small late condominium conversion

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is the hyper-local Manhattan loft market at 80 John Street up more than 5% in a year?

and now for something a little differentAfter looking twice this week at Manhattan lofts that sold high recently after not selling in 2009, the recent sale of the “875 sq ft” mini-loft #14A at 80 John Street (the troubled South

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73 Worth Street loft goes a little above ask, a lot above 2010 (of course)

  doing the Buy Low, Sell High thing I never tire of these stories: a Manhattan loft with a past sales history that says interesting things about past market conditions, or buyers/sellers who achieve the real estate ideal of Buy

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more views at risk, as another 315 West 36 Street neighbor sells

“put your hands up, we’ve got you surrounded”If buildings could talk, that’s what the 2-story garage across 36th Street from the residential Manhattan loft building at 315 West 36 Street might say to its residential neighbor. Word comes today that

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if gut renovation loft at 33 Greene Street went for $1,188/ft the roof rights were free

playing with numbersWhat is your guess as to what a $4mm buyer would pay to gut renovate a ”3,200 sq ft” classic Soho loft? Let’s say a minimum of $250/ft for ballpark purposes, so figure that the recent buyer of

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private loft sale at 150 Nassau Street might be an arm’s length deal

or notAlready a Manhattan Loft Guy fave building, the newest sale there is an apparently private, possibly arm’s length deal transferring the “1,793 sq ft” Manhattan loft #16C at 150 Nassau Street from an Inc. to an LLC for $1.7mm.

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small piece of troubled loft empire sold at 95 Greene Street

condo could use some giant stepsI was talking to 2 friends last night, both of whom are professionally informed about Manhattan residential real estate, and was surprised to learn that neither one was aware that the Condo v. Unit Owner

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another day, another parking lot to be developed / Varick Street Tribeca edition

more View Diligence due [UPDATED] The guy at Tribeca Citizen had a nice catch yesterday in response to a reader’s jackhammer question: building permits for the parking lot on Varick Street opposite the First Precinct. The Department of Buildings permit

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