Tag: Nuclear Winter

calendar + renovation = 100% increase for 22 West 26 Street loft

5 years helps a Manhattan loft, but not as much as this renovation, however I did a half-off loft this week (March 31, half-off finally sells 620 Broadway artist loft with (obviously) some issues), so it is a bit of karmic

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Chelsea House loft at 130 West 19 Street provokes delayed bidding war

a fascinating sequence finally gets this loft off to the races It took the “1,596 sq ft” Manhattan loft #9A at 130 West 19 Street (the Chelsea House) 9 weeks to get into a contract above ask, but that is

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Chainworks loft at 144 West 18 Street sells in a delightful series for market watchers

one Manhattan loft building can be a microcosm, indeed The recent sale of the “3,097 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2E at 144 West 18 Street (the Chainworks Building) for $4.6mm ($1,485/ft) got me to wondering if any of the recent

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no thaw was good news for (eventual) penthouse loft seller at 347 West Broadway

playing with the calendar, for fun and profit If the headline above makes sense to you, thanks for being a regular reader. (For the rest of you, thanks for stopping by; feel free to return.) The premise for the punchline

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memory lane: New York lottery guy says two-MILL-yon dollars to describe discount on Greenwich Village “loft”

  Four Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you had a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; almost up. In my July 16, 2009, dropping

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memory lane: 3 for the price of 1, with chills and views

  Two Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy, and 4 and 7 You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up. Don’t get spoiled, but

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cheating to talk about market conditions during nuclear winter, courage, and risk-bearing

  my analysis from March 2009 holds up pretty well, I think I started another OYAToMLG draft for today to shorten my keyboard time from New Orleans, but in looking at it and the posts this week I realized I

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42 Hudson Street loft was a very tight fit to close at $1,474/ft, up a ton

the limits of good design The “1,900 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 42 Hudson Street that recently sold is a lovely loft overlooking Duane Park (my personal favorite non-water view in Tribeca) that is designed within

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21 East 22 Street loft sells after long, painful price discovery

2009 was not such a trough hereThis one has to hurt: not only did the “900 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4F at 21 East 22 Street take 18 months to sell, it sold for a tiny premium over the price

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how the pros do it: 497 Greenwich Street loft was bought low, sold high

it took cojones to buy thenThe semi-famous folks who just sold the “2,541 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7A at 497 Greenwich Street in the extreme western edge of “Soho” (this micro-nabe does not feel like Soho to me, but I’ve

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