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memory lane: 3 for the price of 1, with chills and views

  Two Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy, and 4 and 7 You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up. Don’t get spoiled, but

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hard to argue with success, as owner sells 29 East 22 Street with NO BROKERS (no “please”?)

much as I’d like toI can appreciate that owners want to “save” money by not listing with an agent, and even that some owners are able to do it. (Most owners who go FSBO put less money in their pocket,

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21 East 22 Street loft sells after long, painful price discovery

2009 was not such a trough hereThis one has to hurt: not only did the “900 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4F at 21 East 22 Street take 18 months to sell, it sold for a tiny premium over the price

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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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will it be lofts? new residential development to replace “asylum” at 124 West 16 Street

not worth $1,000/ft (as is)In looking at newly filed deeds this weekend to update the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 (17 loft resales filed last week!), I came across this odd one: The French Evangelical Church

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when the 2nd floor is high enough: 21 East 22 Street mini-loft sells at $1,086/ft in Flatiron

The Market shows some love for the little, the low, and the lovelyThe 1988 conversion to residential coop living 21 East 22 Street is one of the largest buildings with some of the smallest lofts among classic Manhattan loft buildings.

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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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tough times in mini-loft market? or just at 21 East 22 Street & 77 Bleecker Street

eerie parallelsOne of the fun things about the (typically) weekly updates I do to the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 is the opportunity to notice coincidences, and (sometimes) the beginning of trends. This pair of Manhattan

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maple beats oak, handily, and 9th beats 10th, as 21 East 22 Street loft close up 26% since 2007

neighbor, not so handyFor fans of neighbor-on-neighbor competition, it does not get much better than this. Two Manhattan lofts with identical footprints that share a ceiling/floor come to market in “stunning” condition or better within a few weeks of each

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28 East 22 Street loft has truly “just sold”, fetched $834/ft

you read it here secondI have ragged before on the “just” part of the New York Post’s regular Thursday real estate feature, “Just Sold” (like on February 25). Today’s edition, in contrast, reports a loft sale that is so “just”

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