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90 Franklin Street loft beats upstairs neighbor by 22% only 14 months later

I didn’t know wenge was that valuable in a Manhattan loft I can see two principal differences between the last two south-facing units that sold in Franklin Tower across the border from prime Tribeca: the “2,633 sq ft” loft #7S

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53 N. Moore street loft sells up 17% over 2005, only 4% above unsuccessful 2011 price

ready for a quiz?If it seems like only yesterday that I hit a sale at the North Moore, you need to slow down. It’s been almost a week since my October 4, massive combined loft sells $65,000 above ask at

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see an original fair copy of The Declaration of Independence

In Thomas Jefferson’s hand, written in early July 1776. At the main branch of the NY Public Library, until July 31 (today and tomorrow 1 – 5 PM). h/t Huffington Post Happy Fourth! Read your declaration today:  my post July

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super-sized for super-heroes at 35 W 23

mortals might like all the space, too The 4th floor of 35 W 23 Street caught my eye yesterday as it came back from a few days off the market. First, because there is a ton of space (a ton

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