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room or light? Tribeca or Chelsea? 2 lofts sold above ask at $2.645 million have different charms

new space or old? I had ticketed two contemporaneous Manhattan loft sales back when there was a summer in New York; now is a good time to check them out. The “1,789 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the3rd floor of

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difficult penthouse loft sells above ask at 399 Washington Street

  attention to some details, not others The “1,800 sq ft” Manhattan penthouse loft on the 5th floor of 399 Washington Street at a funny little corner in Northwest Tribeca has many surface similarities to the raw-to-mints-in-3-years loft that I

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from raw to mints, 14 Jay Street loft doubles in value

  old market news, newly closed The recently sold “1,620 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 14 Jay Street is a rather recent sale (July 15) but it does not reflect the recent market: the deal that

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36 N. Moore Street loft sells with half million dollar renovation

no idea what it cost; but that’s the value added These are not perfect comps for each other, by any means, but they are close neighbors of similar size and utility: the “1,800 sq ft” Manhattan #2W at 36 N.

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103 Greene Street penthouse loft takes a (near) million dollar hit to sell below 2008

not everything is flyingThey had a little trouble selling the “2,474 sq ft” penthouse Manhattan loft #7A at 103 Greene Street in prime Soho back in the day, as the near-Peak campaign took 4 months and a big price drop

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9 Murray Street loft takes 5 months, 3 prices to sell

alert the media!My last 3 substantive (loft-y) posts involved lofts that sold quickly with strong prices. Of course, they fit the current conventional wisdom about the market. But not all lofts are above average, to go Keillor on ya. Since

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did 11 Lispenard Street loft (Tribeca) sell because close to Soho?

interesting (truthful) marketing angleThe “1,782 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 11 Lispenard Street is so solidly “Tribeca” that it is one short block west of the original Triangle Below Canal block (more on that, below*). Yet

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85 Leonard Street loft doesn't quite zoom, but sells above ask

  nearly $2mm gain in 4 years The “2,434 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 85 Leonard Street (the condo name, Kitchen, Montross & Wilcox Store, is a mouthful, explained below) enjoyed an enviable but hardly unique

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9 White Street penthouse loft created $2.5mm in value after 2010

  how to increase value without increasing space I had a bit of an email conversation this week with a Manhattan Loft Guy reader about the “3,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the top of 9 White Street, which had

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115 Mercer Street loft could not sell in 2010, sells 16% higher

what a difference 3 years make It is no longer unusual to see this kind of history, but I remain fond of individual lofts that show in hard data how at least their hyper-local market has changed since 2010. In

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