Tag: Mezzanine

loft ‘carved out’ of Gilsey House ballroom shows it

not all residential Manhattan loft conversions yield rational floor plans The Gilsey House at 1200 Broadway (in what can now be termed The Greater Ace Area) is one of the most spectacular large loft buildings in Manhattan, let alone in NoMad,

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hyper-local loft market in northeast East Village is flat since March 2014

adventures in anomalous Manhattan loft sales, cont’d There’s ‘the forest’ of Manhattan residential real estate, in which median sales prices and average days on market are best viewed; then there are ‘the trees’ of Manhattan residential real estate, in which individual

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hyper-local penthouse loft market at Church + Leonard up 9% since January

resale was way up, but profit … don’t ask The guy who just sold the “2,135 sq ft” penthouse loft #5 at 249 Church Street may have worried when he paid 11% over the ask to buy it in what must

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the $2.5 million Manhattan loft solution, in the East Village, NoLIta & West Village

variety is, as they say, the spice of life in a downtown Manhattan loft So far, deeds have been filed for 34 lofts sold in April, as reflected on my Master List of downtown Manhattan loft sales under $6 million.

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half-off finally sells 620 Broadway artist loft with (obviously) some issues

how selling a Manhattan loft can be like your worst experience pulling off a band-aid I’m going to lead the way you should pull off a band-aid, quickly (brutally, even): contrary to what you’ll read on StreetEasy, the very quirky

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setting a record in NoLIta, as 354 Broome Street loft with single window barely breaks $/ft record

Manhattan loft volume comes at a price at the (other) Ice House When we were last at 354 Broome Street, it was to note the setting of a new building record (on a price per foot basis), in my July

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flashy 88 Laight Street loft underperforms, answers question “when is a 17 foot ceiling not 17 feet?”

the mezzanine curse of (some) Manhattan lofts afflicts this Tribeca  loft I am going to save you some SHOUTING (you’re welcome) by noting that the broker babble for the recently sold “1,982 sq ft” Manhattan loft #8 at 88 Laight

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MercerGreene loft at 92 Greene Street sells for 4th time since 2007 (trend line is UP, if oddly disappointing)

a series of loft owners in Soho, some happier than others I will post some thoughts on the major firm Manhattan residential sales market for the First Quarter of 2014, but for now let’s look at the repeat sales of

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ceilings + columns + beams + brick get authentic Soho loft huge premium, despite steps

bringing together Manhattan loft threads about walk-ups and character Of course the recently sold “1,550 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3R at 132 Greene Street at the top middle of prime Soho is most obviously noteworthy because it sold for $2.351mm

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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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