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the fact that I hate spiral stairs did not matter to Noho penthouse loft buyer at 10 Bleecker Street at $2.9mm

crown jewels of Manhattan lofts can be expensive I admit it: one of the things I am most loft-snobby about is a spiral stair. To me, nothing else says cramped or cheap quite as well as a spiral stair. For

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the yield after renovating 71 Nassau Street loft? 5% over 2006 (ouch)

numbers collide, a little painfully, for FiDi loft on resale It’s not bad enough that the folks who just unloaded the “1,376 sq ft” Manhattan loft #15A at 71 Nassau Street (the Croft Building) for $1.348mm paid $1,282,995 when they

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it’s the exposures, Mars; why stunning loft at 161 West 15 Street sold under $1,200/ft

making the most of what you’ve got didn’t help this Chelsea loft (much) In a world in which a Manhattan loft needing a great deal of work can sell near $1,200/ft, it is rather jarring to see that the “1,200

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trading 2,862 sq ft loft in Tribeca at 168 Duane Street for 2,500 sq ft Soho at 112 Prince Street

I guess they got tired of waiting to build their dream loft The folks who just sold the “2,862 sq ft” 2nd floor at 168 Duane Street (in such prime Tribeca that it overlooks Duane Park) for $4.4mm just bought

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diversion is more of a (small) rant about Manhattan real estate “penthouses”

creeping nomenclature is all too common It’s the weekend, but instead of the usual diversion having nothing to do with Manhattan lofts, I’d like to do a short riff on a pice in The Real Deal this week, When Is A

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masterpiece designed since 2009, 60 West 15 Street loft doubles in value

cashing out on meticulous + to the 9s Not every agent has the credibility in the business to be taken at face value when saying things like “Renovated to the nines” and “Come home to the extraordinary”, but the listing

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TYAToMLG: a great counter counts summer contracts + listings

  old market trends never really get old On Thursday I used The Miller’s new way of cutting the 20-year Manhattan residential real estate market into 8 eras in service of a post about a particular Tribeca loft with a

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90 Franklin Street loft history more like a moving picture than a market snapshot

  1 loft, 13 years of activity and inactivity If you wanted a Big Picture review of the overall Manhattan residential real estate market over a bunch of market cycles, you’d do well to play with The Miller’s latest 3

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22 Warren Street penthouse loft sells 6% above ask with 3 terraces, only 2 bedrooms

the limits of the loft formThere is a way to turn the recently sold “2,053 sq ft” Manhattan duplexed penthouse loft on the 6th floor at 22 Warren Street in southeast Tribeca into 3 bedrooms, but it would be hugely

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B side of the hyper-local market at 51 Walker Street is up 25% since 2011

more or less, in theoryOf course a continual theme on Manhattan Loft Guy is how a specific data point (loft sale) relates to The market over time, often by reference to a specific set of market conditions in which the

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