Tag: Noise

nice flip at 73 Worth Street, but why is a foundation doing that??

there’s a wrong way to flip, and there’s this way After picking on a guy with so much money that he didn’t really care if his aborted flip burned a barrel of cash or not (in my February 26, 155 Franklin

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what did a “flawless renovation” of 315 West 23 Street loft cost, to generate 60% premium over Peak?

big bang for those loft renovation bucks in Chelsea This looks like a form of Manhattan loft alchemy to me: the (possibly) “1,200 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6C at 315 West 23 Street (the Broadmoor) was just sold for $1.625mm

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noisy neighbors / what if it’s you they are complaining about?

some advice, freely given, worth …?I had one of those friend-of-a-friend-of-a-client conversations this week about a noise-related New York real estate issue that the FOAFOAC has. I was then thinking about sending the guy (let’s call him “M” to make

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another picture of the trough, as 92 Chambers Street loft sells up 37% over 2009

can’t explain the 2007, howeverI am going to try not to get too distracted by the new development sale in 2007 of the “1,353 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 92 Chambers Street, as I don’t know

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O’Neill loft at 655 Sixth Avenue resells at 21% loss over 2007

that will leave a markUntil recently, there were but two lofts at the O’Neill Building, 655 Sixth Avenue, on the spreadsheet of 2007 and 2011 paired sales. (See my September 27, is the Manhattan loft market back to (up to)

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39 Worth Street loft finally closes, makes the papers

out of my leagueThe Manhattan loft #3E at 39 Worth Street finally sold last week, but that’s not why it made the papers. The buyer is a hotshot young designer who used to live on the Lower East Side, a

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interesting data point: primitive 5th floor walk-up loft sells at 8 Greene Street

hot off the pressThe Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 8 Greene Street sold on April 29, with a deed filed today(!), and not a very long listing history (to market January 13; in contract February 16), with not

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what about that (not yet) New Construction across the street?

  good, or bad? yes and noI had a kind of cocktail party conversation with someone who may be buying very near a high profile (pun intended) proposed Major Real Estate Development in a prime part of Manhattan. Long story

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up + up for 13th floor at 395 Broadway, with quick contract

Unit 13E at 395 Broadway did not last very long, with a contract already signed after being new to market on November 9. spectacular, indeedTouted as a “[s]pectacular high floor mint loft w/ sunny open views from three exposures“, The

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every which way but sold, as price jumps at 181 Hudson

  back, down and up pricing (huh?) It is a little hard to keep up with what has been going on with #3D at 181 Hudson St, even in our inter-firm data base. It is said to be 2,200 sq

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