Tag: Loss

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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250 Mercer Street mini-loft sells up only a smidge over 2005

that’s $5,000 if you are scoring at homeIn “honor” of the (now begun!) snopocalypse, I had hoped to continue looking at memorably tragic sales this week. (That’s on top of my posts of February 6, 106 Duane Street loft sellers

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a flippin' fast flip at 151 Wooster Street, for a vanishingly small 'profit'

you’ll see how it vanishedWarning: there is no typo in the following sentence. The Manhattan loft #5A at 151 Wooster Street sold on March 3 for $5mm and on February 1 for $4.65mm. The trick is that the first sale

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different story for this Chelsea House loft: started with Lehman, ended up off 22%, but up 6.5% lifetime

fighting or flighting, double reduxWhen I started yesterday’s post about a recent sale at 130 West 19 Street (February 11, persistence pays for Chelsea House loft (that, and the right price)) I actually intended to write about a different loft

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persistence pays for Chelsea House loft (that, and the right price)

and a willingness to take a hitA quick look at the listing history of the Manhattan loft #7B at 130 West 19 Street (the newly-built-in 2006 Chelsea House) suggests a theme of price right to sell quickly, as it came

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one data point leads to another / net loss on sale at Altair 18

  more flatness, more sideways On a similar theme to my Wednesday post about a flat-market closing at 684 Broadway (one sobering data point / 684 Broadway loft sells slowly, reluctantly), I noted the sale of #2B at 32 West

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