Tag: Media

memory lane: Real Estate Industrial Complex (kinda sorta) takes on schools and new developments

  Three Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you had a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; almost up. In my July 14, 2010, Times

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Manhattan Loft Guy readers are ahead of the Times about loft sale at 32 West 18 Street, by 7 months

though (just) behind the PostI am sometimes aghast, occasionally enthralled, and once in a while simply filled with wonder at the workings of the Real Estate Industrial Complex, Manhattan Media division. If you are an avid spectator of the Manhattan

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renovation after 2007 gets 55 N. Moore Street loft 15% over 2009

will I ever understand this business??There are a great many things I do not understand about the Manhattan residential real estate business, so it is good that I am still (kinda, sorta) young. One of the things I don’t understand

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testing a media meme in the Manhattan loft lab: low-balling and the too-low offer

your Real Estate Industrial Complex, Media Division, at workI don’t have time to find other examples, but I am pretty sure I have seen elsewhere in the Manhattan residential real estate media / blogosphere / twitterverse a comment to the

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I cannot deal with the media orgy today

not sure why, after ten yearsAs of about a week ago, I thought this year would be different. That I would be able to read stories and look at video and images from ten years ago, and even to (finally)

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babbling in the Real Estate Industrial Complex / NY Magazine edition

  does EVERYONE want to live in the Village?I probably take boozy (and woozy) press coverage about the Manhattan real estate market more seriously than most people (I hope so, for their sake), but this bit of drivel from a

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surreality or surrealty / quick MLG interview, results TBD

I was brilliant…… in my own mind, at least, when I did a 15 minute cell phone interview about The State of The Market this morning with Inman News. (I focused on Manhattan lofts, of course.) I wonder how it

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