Tag: Footprint

hints in the floor plan of a life lived in 32 West 20 Street loft as it sells after 23 years

the Manhattan loft  Floor Plan Whisperer says … not a conventional plan, is it? If you owned an (officially, as always) “2,000 sq ft” loft that was nearly square, with two exposures and plumbing risers in multiple locations, you could

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lofts sell by the foot, not by bedrooms, as at 53 N. Moore Street in Tribeca

a serendipitous pair of closings at The North Moore line right up with Theory I’ve had this conversation so many times, about how room count (specifically, bedroom count) is the key to the size (and value) of Manhattan “apartments”, while

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The Market has its way with “above ask” Tribeca Space loft sale, as is its wont

who was responsible for pricing strategy of loft at 25 Murray Street? Uncharacteristically, let me cut to the chase: yes, the “1,395 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4K at 25 Murray Street (Tribeca Space) earned the coveted green cell background on

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OYAToMLG talking about post-Peak and square floor plans at 161 Hudson Street

well, yesterday, in factIt has been quite a while since I’ve dipped into the archives for a One Year Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy post, but we will be out of town for the week by the time this

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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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down and down 44 Walker Street loft closes after a year, off 7% since Peak

ominous trend lineThe Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 44 Walker Street closed on April 26 at $1.79mm, which seems not particularly brag-worthy given that it started the marketing campaign way back on November 26, 2009 at $2.3mm. But

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