Tag: Exposures

huge Flatiron coop loft sale at $1,435/ft proves there is no accounting for taste

some very un-loft-y elements here at 73 Fifth Avenue Let’s start with the floor plan of the “3,100 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5B at 73 Fifth Avenue that sold for $4.45mm down at the bottom of Flatiron (northeast corner of

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ballyhooed artist loft with unique floor plan + top kitchen sells for $962/ft at 307 West Broadway

famous in New York Times, and Manhattan Loft GuyTalk about using the Real Estate Industrial Complex, Manhattan Media Division to your benefit! I have to wonder if there is any connection between the fact that the “3,300 sq ft” Manhattan

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105 Hudson Street loft sold at $1,241/ft with great light but needing TLC is news only to Old Grey Lady

the Real Estate Industrial Complex, Media Division, strikes (late) The fact that the November 1 sale of the “2,800 sq ft” Manhattan loft #10S at 105 Hudson Street (the Powell Building) was featured in Residential Sales Around The Region in

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huge premium for condition, light + views for this 20-26 N. Moore Street loft

what a difference a day makes (+ light + views + renovation)Let’s stay near the corner of N. Moore and Varick Streets, just above my favorite Tribeca bar, Walkers. Yesterday we stopped on the 5th floor of the western half

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20-26 N. Moore Street loft sells quickly if you don’t count 2008 and 2009

what do you get?The Manhattan loft #5W in the twin building coop 20-26 N. Moore Street finally sold on July 28, after coming back to market on February 6 and finding a contract by April 22. Why “finally sold” if

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is this 66 Leonard Street guy the savviest loft seller ever??

big premium, no marketingI am scratching my head over the August 12 sale of Manhattan loft #12A at 66 Leonard Street (Textile Building) for $3.45mm. For one thing, the loft has been officially off the market for a year (i.e.,

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20-26 N. Moore loft clears at $1,286/ft with no frills

listing associated with "no listing associated" saleStreetEasy has the news that the Manhattan loft #8W at 20-26 N. Moore Street closed on August 2 at $3.6mm, but no other news about the sale ("no listing associated with this sale"). Which

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2 closings at 36 West 15 Street / one was pushing it

  pushy one off 10%, other off 6% I hit the 11th floor at 36 West 15 Street (anonymously) on December 19 in a too pushy …? thread dialogue with Reader Jess (pushing on in Flatiron, but not as hard).

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you price it high, you pay the price / 105 East 29 St #11 closes, finally

from September 2005 to nowManifestly, the sellers of the beautiful 11th floor loft at 105 East 29 Street (with "3,000 sq ft" that have room for 2 fireplaces, 4 exposures and 19 windows) mis-perceived the Manhattan loft market when they

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