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before ($1.55mm) + after ($2.935mm) gut renovation of Soho penthouse loft at 8 Greene Street

to create an authentic classic from a near-wreck is not cheap, but it can be profitable Let’s say the interior of the recently sold (at $2.935mm) just-barely-Soho loft on the 6th floor at 8 Greene Street really is “1,700 sq ft”,

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very funky Soho cozy (small!) loft at 140 Sullivan Street sells at $1,454/ft

open lofts are for sound sleepers only I always wonder who the folks are who love open lofts such as the little (“1,100 sq ft”) one #3R at 140 Sullivan Street that just sold in the tiny corner of the

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2 new bathrooms and a market thaw earn $195,000 gain for 520 LaGuardia Place loft over 2009

not much, eh?Let’s stick with that meme about the Trough Of 2009 another day, following yesterday’s November 26, particularly deep trough discovered, as 335 Greenwich Street loft sells 31% over 2009. Today’s exhibit is rather more equivocal. The “1,400 sq

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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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very valuable terrace boosts 65 N. Moore Street loft sale, though at a loss since 2010

that plan did not work outAs you will see eventually, below, the “1,450 sq ft” duplex true-penthouse Manhattan loft #6A at 65 N. Moore Street just sold at $2.625mm with a huge premium for the (266 sq ft, approximately) terrace.

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155 Franklin Street crashes past 2006 to close up 28% (since 2000)

off a million, or soThe Manhattan loft #3S at 155 Franklin Street (the Sugar Loaf) was one of only five lofts in Tribeca that closed in June, per recent articles in The Real Deal Trouble in Tribeca. For a seller

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