Tag: High Ceilings

unique lofts like penthouse at edge of West Village are hard to comp

comping is, of course, hard, yet harder for some lofts than for others The word “unique” is vastly over-used in Manhattan real estate broker babble, where grammar misdemeanors can modify that word in ways that can be aggravating. I have

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Tribeca penthouse loft sells at 81 White Street with 3 free terraces

(bear with me, I’ll explain) Until recently, the last loft to sell in this small (6-unit) condo loft conversion in way east Tribeca was the “2,563 sq ft” second floor at 81 White Street, which closed for $3.29mm in April

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66 Crosby Street loft sells for $868/ft as a very tall project

how much for just the ceilings and the windows?The second floor in many classic Manhattan loft buildings is like the parlor floor in a brownstone: the ceilings are disproportionately high. In the case of the Manhattan loft #2CD at 66

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comping out is hard to do / new at 64 West 15 Street

they say that…I will take William Grant and Russell Miller of BHS at their word at this point, that #2W at 64 West 15 Street is an “airy loft [that] masterfully combines beautiful prewar details with today’s’ contemporary amenities”, as

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