Tag: Garden

do you prefer a Chelsea loft with light or a patio?

Campiello Collection loft pair says The Market wants the patio The “1,524 sq ft” ground floor loft #1H at 151 West 17th St (in the Campiello Collection) that sold last week for $3.2mm did so for one reason: the “789

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Hudson Mews loft at 256 West 10 Street sells 21% over 2007

a remarkable gain for a disfavored loftThe downtown Manhattan loft market is still almost completely without power and this blog has been dark 4 days. Enough! (At least as far as this little corner of the blogosphere is concerned.) Let’s

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developer’s remorse? Gansevoort loft sells +50% over 2009 sponsor sale at 325 West 13 Street

fill in the blank: timing is  …?The title question is not quite a Philip K. Dick level inquiry, but I have to wonder if developers have feelings, after noting the resale of the “2,236 sq ft” duplex Manhattan loft #1

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808 Broadway loft sellers did not move far

maybe 30 feet, down to gardenSometimes the cliches commonly used to sell real estate are more than just cliches, cliched as they may be. Case in point: the marketing text for the Manhattan loft #4C at 808 Broadway (the Renwick)

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short One York v. tall tower / NY Post offers part of the (temporary) sculpture garden story

we’ve been here before (recently)Today’s NY Post residential real estate section has two pieces of interest to Manhattan loft aficionados by Max Gross. One is a love note to the southernmost blocks in Soho, with recaps of hotels, condo development

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303 Mercer Street loft with nothing but potential sells for $640/ft

why so low?On the one hand, the Manhattan loft 303 Mercer Street #B103 (in Snug Harbor; awwww) sold on January 10 at the full asking price of $1.6mm, as a loft that claimed a “renovated kitchen” and “unique architectural details”.

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sellers of awesome Riverdale mansion in yesterday's WSJ want a Manhattan loft!

real estate remains a spectator sportI was out with a long-time friend last night, catching up on families, friends, lives (etc, etc, etc) and (even) real estate. He is a partner in a major Manhattan law firm, lives in Manhattan,

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asking $1.495mm did not work for 148 West 23 Street loft, but asking $1.575mm did

can’t (really) blame the calendarI’ve talked before about lofts that did not sell during the nuclear winter of Manhattan real estate that followed the Lehman bankruptcy (two years ago next week!), but the recent sale of the combined Manhattan loft

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124 Hudson is new + terraced

[update 12.4.08: I have restored this post (below), as the reasons for having removed it in April no longer obtain] I have removed the content of this blog post, as it comments about the current listing of another agent. For

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new at River Lofts / 416 Washington with street views

amenities + bling …Unit 2H at 416 Washington Street is new to market today, asking $2.995mm and $1,559/mo (condo; abated) for “1,676 sq ft” in the River Lofts. This is a 2003 conversion that has ‘uptown’ amenities (doorman, garage, ‘state

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