Tag: Memory Lane

nine years ago today … Manhattan Loft Guy post #1

how many ‘years’ is that in Internet time? (Can’t say that I miss Lorne Green often, but this question prompts one of those times.) Quick post without any downtown Manhattan lofts to discuss (directly). It was March 19, 2006 that I

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that awkward moment, when your Tribeca past catches you short

third owners ever for American Thread Company loft face new challenges Did you ever have the experience of walking down the street (perhaps with your head down [snow!], perhaps on Beach Street, walking east at the rounded corner with Sixth Avenue)

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memory lane: I don't think this anticipated market change (“end of uber-lofts?”) happened

 Five Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft GuyYou 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 17, 2007, end of uber-lofts?

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memory lane: real-time reporting on changes in The Market for Manhattan lofts

  Three Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan loft Guy material coming up. In my July 8, 2010, another sign that

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for your holiday reading pleasure, a wonderful declaration, indeed

  an oldie and goodieHere’s the text (when was the last time you read it?): Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776 The Unanimous Declarationof the Thirteen United States of America When, in the course of human events, it becomes

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“quintessential” 249 Church Street loft has quintessential Tribeca sales history

tripping down memory laneIf memory serves, the “1,588 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor of 249 Church Street (aka 65 Leonard Street) that just sold for $2mm has the exact same floor plan as when I visited it

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watching Tribeca grow up: another loft neighborhood pioneer profiled

lovely piece from a great resourceI’ve been meaning to write about The Broadsheet Daily, which I never look for in hard copy (published bi-weekly and available in residential building lobbies in Battery Park City and elsewhere in lower Manhattan) because

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