Tag: N Moore

$5 million data points: unrealistic Manhattan loft sellers or market softening?

the numbers are intriguing One of the story lines coming out of the Manhattan Media Division of the Real Estate Industrial Complex has been about supply in the luxury market (specifically, in new developments), with the (often implicit) question about

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lofts sell by the foot, not by bedrooms, as at 53 N. Moore Street in Tribeca

a serendipitous pair of closings at The North Moore line right up with Theory I’ve had this conversation so many times, about how room count (specifically, bedroom count) is the key to the size (and value) of Manhattan “apartments”, while

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let’s play Value The Terrace at 53 N. Moore Street, as penthouse loft sells!!

one of my favorite Manhattan real estate games … and a grand spectator sport Everyone has an opinion about the premium that outdoor space adds to a given property, but the nice thing about dealing as retrospectively as I do

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memory lane: cultural anthropology and a move to Tribeca from Uptown

  Two 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 9, 2011, moving to Atalanta

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36 N. Moore Street loft sells with half million dollar renovation

no idea what it cost; but that’s the value added These are not perfect comps for each other, by any means, but they are close neighbors of similar size and utility: the “1,800 sq ft” Manhattan #2W at 36 N.

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27 N. Moore Street loft at (the other) Ice House cracks $1,800/ft

if it had merely sold at ask…The sellers of the “2,134 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6A at 27 N. Moore Street (Ice House) priced their loft aggressively when they came to market at $3.75mm, given that #5A had sold a

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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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53 N. Moore street loft sells up 17% over 2005, only 4% above unsuccessful 2011 price

ready for a quiz?If it seems like only yesterday that I hit a sale at the North Moore, you need to slow down. It’s been almost a week since my October 4, massive combined loft sells $65,000 above ask at

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massive combined loft sells $65,000 above ask at 53 N. Moore Street

“ridiculous potential”, as in "not yet realized"The strangest thing about the recent sale above ask of the “4,040 sq ft” Manhattan loft combination #2DE at 53 N. Moore Street is not that above-ask thing; no, the strangest thing about this

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loft at 27 N. Moore Street sells a tad low after public auction

a difficult data point as a compMy first thought on seeing that the notorious “2,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3C at 27 N. Moore Street (the Ice House; not the other [first] Ice House) has closed after that public auction

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