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half-off finally sells 620 Broadway artist loft with (obviously) some issues

how selling a Manhattan loft can be like your worst experience pulling off a band-aid I’m going to lead the way you should pull off a band-aid, quickly (brutally, even): contrary to what you’ll read on StreetEasy, the very quirky

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that awkward moment, when your Tribeca past catches you short

third owners ever for American Thread Company loft face new challenges Did you ever have the experience of walking down the street (perhaps with your head down [snow!], perhaps on Beach Street, walking east at the rounded corner with Sixth Avenue)

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152 Wooster Street loft shows that character matters, competition drives premium

  War Week resumes Some stories never get old, so here’s another one from the Bidding War Files. The cool things about the “1,360 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2C at 152 Wooster Street that just sold 12% above the asking

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it should not be this hard to get the right price, as 40 West 15 Street loft (finally) sells above ask

patience, of course, is a virtue (if rewarded)The listing history for the “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2A at 40 West 15 Street involves several efforts, but considering that it sold for $2mm on July 2, the numbers are just

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no-view loft at 120 West 18 Street sells at $905/ft, reveals what neighbor's roof is worth

fun with compsI love that the “1767 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 120 West 18 Street was marketed as “this is not a ‘view’ apartment” (except for that “apartment” thing, of course) because it so beautifully and simply manages

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366 Broadway loft sells up 10% over 2004 but flat to 2007

almost prize-winning seller wins by selling at almost his purchase priceSticking with that theme from last week of how is the Manhattan loft market niche doing compared to 2007?, the Manhattan loft #7B at 366 Broadway (the Collect Pond House)

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22 West 26 Street loft sells quickly above 2010 ask, above 2009 ask

if at first you don’t succeed …The July 6 sale of the Manhattan loft #3C at 22 West 26 Street illustrates a few things: a well-priced loft sells quickly in this market; a loft can sell in 2010 at a

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QOTD distinguishes “glamour” from “Utah”

he better stay out of Park City + SundanceThe Wall Street Journal featured a la-di–da Bridgewater home on the market for 8 figures by some (famous?) architect. Check the slide-show for details and pix of the 12,000 sq ft house

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  3 months to contract under $1,000/ft in NW Tribeca Unit 6N at 130 Watts Street came to market in April ($1.9mm and $2,145/mo for “2,000 sq ft”) through Mindy Diane Feldman of Halstead and has a contract signed this

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