Tag: Great Jones

682 Broadway loft before ($1.295mm) & after ($2.75mm) gut renovation in 2013

I hope you’re not tired of the Guess The Budget game for Manhattan loft renovations I don’t think that I have ever been to a Sunday open house that was as crowded as the one for the pre-renovation “1,350 sq

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SEVEN Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy

  You were warned in my July 4 post that you had a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; this will be it. My July 18, 2006, light more precious than views to an artist

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not gussied, 46 Great Jones Street loft sells after 363 days, down 42% from first ask

I don’t find that in my (out of date?) handbookI don’t think I’ve seen this locution to describe an “authentic” Manhattan loft before: “NOT Gussied Up”. I think it like it, but the fact that it sticks out probably means

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55 Great Jones Street loft with unobstructed views + potential sells for $1,016/ft

reading between the lines, and pixYou could just “[p]aint and move right in” to the “2,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 55 Great Jones Street “or [you could] update with your own vision”, as the broker

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why did 48 Great Jones Street 1-bedroom loft sell 18% above Peak value?

“masterful renovation” does not explainThe story line for the recent sale of the “2,564 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6R at 48 Great Jones Street seems pretty obvious from the broker babble and the price history. The loft has been “[m]asterfully

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682 Broadway loft sells up 33% since 2007 after moving some walls

[updated Oct 2]or somethingWhen the “3,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 682 Broadway sold on August 25 at $4mm, it added another data point to a line with a steep slope. The loft last sold on

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was Great Jones Street loft a million dollar renovation?

more or less, and sold at $1,300/ftThe April 22 sale of the Manhattan loft #4F at 48 Great Jones Street at $3.24mm represents a huge premium over the year-old sale of #5R in the same building at $2,262,500, as the

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did a jazz fan or a muppet maniac buy Mingus's place at 5 Great Jones Street?

cue Cindy Adams(That’s for "only in New York, kids"….) The Manhattan loft #2 at 5 Great Jones Street was marketed for its character ("authentic artist" loft, 14 foot tin ceilings) and its provenance ("[o]nce the home of Jazz great Charles

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one sobering data point / 684 Broadway loft sells slowly, reluctantly

 (9.26.08: my apologies about the hrrible formatting of this post originally; undoubtedly it was human error [fire that guy!]) one small data point for NoHo, how big a fact for broader market??The Manhattan loft 684 Broadway #7E has been on

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sun floods, contract follows at 39 Great Jones

[update 12.12.08: 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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