Tag: Neighbors

the happy (true!) story about that Pearline Soap loft sold at 20% “loss” as massive triplex assembled

not really a loss, but this gets complicatedThe fact that a deed was filed transferring the 2nd floor at 414 Washington Street (Pearline Soap) on October 14 for $3mm the same day the same LLC paid $1.6mm for the 1st

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extra BR + extra bath cost exactly $475,000 at 270 Broadway loft

I hope everyone was polite at the closingWhat do you do when you grow out of your loft? For most people who can’t make to do with … say … 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths (such as … say …

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jaw-dropping renovation of a Manhattan loft

so nice, I gotta post twice (today)I simply could not resist the temptation offered by today’s Curbed post, The Future is Now at Transformed Greenwich Village Loft, to probe, to ponder, to track, and … to drool over the photos.

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what a motivated seller looks like, as 426 West Broadway loft sells

a poster childThe Manhattan loft 426 West Broadway #2G sold on June 23. Aside from being a happy day for the seller, that occasion shows us what someone who really wants to sell will do to, well, sell. To say that

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what happened on the 5th floor at 73 Worth? 3rd sale this year

an idea spreads73 Worth Street is not a big building as relatively recent Manhattan condo loft conversions go, with 30 lofts. Nor is it an old building, with the first sales (following some protracted sponsor ‘issues’) in April 2005. The

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27 N. Moore St + 71 Warren St party like its 1999 (and sell)

eleven years = better by one-fifth or worse by one-thirdTwo Manhattan lofts sold this month that last sold way back in 1999. In 1999, the "1,800 sq ft" condo with private "300 sq ft" roof terrace  71 Warren Street #5

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modesty pays as 107 West 25 street sells quickly, up a fraction since 2004

18 days to contractIf you were distracted in February you could easily have missed the fact that the Manhattan loft #3E at 107 West 25 Street came to market on February 5, as it was in contract by February 23.

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are shareholders aware when they reduce value?

anecdotes illustrate, MLG goes on and onInteresting post last week by the ever-thoughtful proprietor of True Gotham, Market Heats Up? and Your Building’s No Pet Policy May Be Costing You a Fortune. I am most interested in the second part of

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22 Mercer Street closes up since 2007

  but not as well as neighborThe Manhattan loft #2D at 22 Mercer Street closed on March 4 at $3.05mm, which makes for 2 interesting comparisons. First, it had been purchased in the initial offering of this relatively new condo

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161 Grand Street sold in 2005, in 2007, in 2010 … hmmm

  ’tis a puzzlementI have been wondering about the Manhattan loft #2A at 161 Grand Street (the 2002 new development The Solita) since I noticed last week that it sold on March 11 at a 20% premium over the last

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