Tag: Mls

confusing loft at 133 West 14 Street sells 5 years to the day, up 24%

follow the bouncing ball, into the weedsIf there were a real Multiple Listing Service in Manhattan, it would be easy to figure out what happened to the “1,600 sq ft” Manhattan loft that sold a little while ago. With that

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did it really take 3 contracts to sell top floor loft with private roof at 303 Mercer Street for 99.3% of ask?

I hate these fuzzy historiesThis much we know: the Manhattan loft triplex with roof terrace #A608 at 303 Mercer Street (in the oh-so-poetic Snug Cove [oops] Harbor 3-building coop) came to market on July 5, 2011 at $2.995mm and closed

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was there a million dollar renovation at 195 Hudson Street?

I doubt that they (much) improved on state-of-the-artThe “3,227 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5B at 195 Hudson Street has had a rather … dynamic … pricing history, leading to an unanswerable conundrum for me: how much of the increase in

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methodology for New + Sold in The Last Seven Days

I am about to provide some data about new loft listings and lofts just sold, which I hope to make at least a semi-regular thing. In America, agents get this stuff by just a few clicks on a Multiple Listing

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a giant step for REBNY, but how big a step for humankind? Listings web portal coming in the Spring

  Springtime data shower expected This afternoon brought an email and press release to us members of the Residential Division of the Real Estate Board of New York about the deluxe spanking brand new (in Spring 2007) “web portal” to

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