Tag: Floor

prime Soho loft needs imagination, but only $1,091/ft to buy

3 exposures helpA numbers guy would just focus on the price at which the “2,200 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 345 West Broadway sold at year end, but an aesthete like this Manhattan Loft Guy is

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little loft with great low floor light sells at $993/ft at 130 Nassau Street

a few topics of interest The recent sale of the “901 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3J at 150 Nassau Street is interesting for several things, but the first thing that caught my eye was the broker babble “some of the

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a tale of 2 lofts: did (removable) decor add $126/ft to value of one 32 West 18 Street loft?

how 2 essentially identical next door lofts can look so different, and what that means in $$$I am indebted to Jennifer Gould Keil for her Gimme Shelter item in today’s New York Post about a very recent Manhattan loft sale

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129 West 22 Street loft sells at $947/ft as more classic than mint-y, but you have to sleep inside

dressed up by loft lovers, for loft lovers The longer I look at the large format photos of the “1,431 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 129 West 22 Street that recently sold at $1.355mm, the more I agree with

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loft porn: Dietz Lantern loft transformed at 429 Greenwich Street

from good to greatA twitterverse mention of Manhattan Loft Guy on Tribeca Live (eventually) lead me to photos of a beautiful redesign of a loft at the Dietz Lantern Building (429 Greenwich Street), via Remodelista, a “sourcebook for the considered

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old news, as build-a-loft takes 2 years to sell for $646/ft at 129 West 22 Street

breaking news, from MarchThe reason that the March 23 sale of the “2,400 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5A at 129 West 22 Street for $1.55mm is news is that the deed was just filed last week. No, that’s not right;

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NFL guy sells loft at 347 West 39 Street, Observer gets facts wrong (again)

preferring puns to fact-checkingIf you are tired of Manhattan Loft Guy bashing The New York Observer for getting details wrong about Manhattan loft sales, don’t tell me; try this: editorial@observer.com. Today’s bash is, as usual, from a link on The

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would you pay $675/ft for this loft at 36 West 22 Street?

no one else wouldStreetEasy is sparse on the details of the listing history of the Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 36 West 22 Street, but the essential facts are simple: “1,508 sq ft” with “many original details such

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3,000 sq ft Manhattan loft renovated for $250,000

just for floors, kitchen + bathsI stumbled across a Wall Street Journal slide-show in the new trying-to-outdo-The-Times section this week, featuring a Tribeca loft of nearly 3,000 sq ft that had been renovated for $250,000. Of course Manhattan Loft Guy

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