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price discovery is hard for Lion’s Head loft at 121 West 19 Street

even a loft that sells with the coveted green background can have problems At (very) first blush, the “2,177 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 121 West 19 Street (the vaunted Lion’s Head Condominium 2006 loft conversion in prime Chelsea)

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not thawed in 2009, Lion's Head loft sells 9% over ask, 54% over 2006

let’s make it this week’s themeYesterday I featured a Soho penthouse loft that did not sell under $4mm in 2009 (and 2010!) but recently sold for $5mm (July 22, no thaw was good news for (eventual) penthouse loft seller at

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Lion’s Head loft at 121 West 19 Street takes a long time to lose 9% since 2007 resale

  our long national nightmare is over This is not new news, as the contract was signed unusually long ago, but the “1,920 sq ft” duplex Manhattan loft #3B at 121 West 19 Street (Lion’s Head) finally sold on February

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Lion’s Head no bedroom mezzanine loft at 121 West 19 Street closes up $25,000 since 2008

always interesting to play Beat The Peak The recent sale of the “1,069 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4C at 121 West 19 Street (in the Lion’s Head Condominium) is yet another reminder that I should do a summary post collecting

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strong loft resale at Lion's Head is +8% over 2007 resale

hello, old friendI will note below at least some of my posts about the Lion’s Head Condominium lofts at 121 West 19 Street in Chelsea, which has long been a Manhattan Loft Guy favorite. Manhattan residential real estate fans will

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Lion's Head loft resale up a tad since 2006 at 121 West 19 Street

depending on how big “a tad” isUntil a Manhattan Loft Guy groupie out there does the precise math, I am going to estimate that the all-time favorite MLG Manhattan loft building is the Lion’s Head, 121 West 19 Street, at

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Lion's Head loft sells above ask after changing firms

unnecessarily?Trust me: nobody cares about how real estate agents do other than real estate agents. The recent sale of the “1,511 sq ft” plus “170 sq ft” terraced Manhattan loft #2B at 121 West 19 Street (the Lion’s Head) looks

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raise the price to get the price, as Lion's Head loft sells after oddly successful campaign

up 7.5% since 2007This is one of those days on which I see Manhattan Loft Guy as a collector of curios, a collection of just one damn Bright Shiny Object after another. Today’s BSO is the “1,990 sq ft” Manhattan

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(Part 2) riffing with Toy + NY Times about higher prices “sprinkled” through Manhattan, including in the loft market

  [having discovered that my draft post was WAY too long for this platform, the end of my Part 1 post follows, with the last paragraph repeated…] … With this building sales history as context, the exemplar July 2011 sale

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riffing with Toy + NY Times about higher prices “sprinkled” through Manhattan, including in the loft market (Part 1)

a different approach to outliersI daresay that the Sunday real estate section lead article in yesterday’s New York Times by Vivian Toy, In New York, a Sprinkling of Higher Prices, will get a lot of play on the inter tubes.

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