Tag: Glass

does residential “loft” mean something different in California housing?

paging Inigo Montoya*In today’s Home and Garden section of the New York Times, a Great Homes and Destinations feature (Riding in Tandem), a California couple who built a brand new “empty nest” on a half acre on the outskirts of

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a bidding skirmish? 142 Duane Street loft nudged above ask

a battle fought on the fields of nomenclatureThe term “bidding war” is oft-used and much loved in the Manhattan division of the Real Estate Industrial Complex, but it covers a variety of intensities and can hard to discern from the

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ultimate Soho loft with glass walls, stone floor sells at 117 Prince Street at $1,240/ft

breaking the modifier bank It doesn’t get more classic Soho loft than the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3C at 117 Prince Street: a classic Long-and-Narrow footprint with 2 bedrooms in back and plumbing on both long sides; “in a 19th century cast-iron front industrial

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love it or hate it? glass master bath sells at 181 Hudson Street loft

one person’s wow might be another person’s ewwSometimes I wonder if I get attracted (or, distracted) by the same things in a listing that people who do not look at Manhattan lofts for a living notice. For the recent sale

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architect moves from Tribeca loft to East Side apartment, newsworthy for Wall Street Journal

even if it was 5 years agoTo be fair to the Wall Street Journal, yesterday’s photo feature about a "young architect" who moved from "a dramatic home: a 1,900-square-foot Tribeca loft with prismatic glass sliding doors that could open to

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