Tag: Efficient

did Tribeca Summit loft get slammed for being second floor?

or, is there another explanation for breaking the comps at 415 Greenwich Street? This looks pretty good at first blush: the “2,276 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2C at 415 Greenwich Street (the Tribeca Summit) sold on September 4 for $4.545mm,

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Manhattan real estate is a funny business: the curious case of the Lower Soho loft at 49 Howard Street

loft takes 3 years to contract, data are hard to track (sigh) If you took a look at the Past Activity tab on the StreetEasy building page for 49 Howard Street (aka 307 Canal Street) you wouldn’t know that the

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142 Duane Street loft sells up a million after chilly purchase, lovely renovation

getting it right in buying, fixing, selling … a Tribeca loft trifecta Axioms are axiomatic for a reason. In the case of the recently re-sold “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 142 Duane Street the seller got it right

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adding wall for 3rd bedroom did NOT increase value of 49 East 21 Street loft by 36%

nor did time, or dimmers This is the kind of thing that drives Efficient Market fans to distraction and buyers to drink (or worse): the “1,461 sq ft” Manhattan loft #10C at 49 East 21 Street just sold at a

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a(nother) tale of two lofts, as 121 West 17 Street twin sells right in line

  is $25,777 a reasonable premium for one floor higher?If the “1,135 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6D at 121 West 17 Street that just sold at $1,300,777 looks familiar that’s because you are thinking of its twin one flight down,

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400 shoes that used to live in 12 East 12 Street loft need a new home, carry big profit

hello old friend If you are a fan of well designed small lofts and a reader of Manhattan Loft Guy, you will remember the post I did about the tiny (“840 sq ft”) renovated loft with lots of shoes at

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penthouse loft at 363 Greenwich finally sells, only 29% above 2004

  The Market contains a multitude of data points One of the nice things about being with one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in Manhattan is that our listing system has some very rich past sales data about

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25 Murray Street loft slow walks through market, takes 7 months to deal at small discount

  inefficiency is maddening The “1,850 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6E at 25 Murray Street (Tribeca Space) recently sold for $2.145mm, at a tiny discount to last ask, less than a 5% discount to the prior ask, and less than

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small 250 Mercer Street loft sale suggests seller got great deal in 2011

unless you think market is up 21% in 2 yearsI am 98% certain that if you look at the 2012 listing photos for the “850 sq ft” Manhattan loft #A301 at 250 Mercer Street you will find that this mini-loft

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our long national nightmare is over, as 57 Bond Street loft sells with strangest history you will see today

every party needs a pooperThis post may only be for the fanatic spectators of the Manhattan residential real estate game who collect odd price histories. I am going to ruin the suspense by telling you that the “2,110 sq ft”

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