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lots of reasons loft at 710 Broadway sold 30% over ask

provocative price does its job: generates a feeding frenzy Let’s start (uncharacteristically) with the main point: it’s not that the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 7th floor at 710 Broadway sold quickly for a lot of money, it’s

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250 Mercer Street penthouse a true trophy, sells quickly with very valuable terraces

caution: a no-snark alertI am usually quick to snark about the foibles, ellipses and general awkwardness of broker babble, but comparing the relevant text to the photos and floor plan of the “2,500 sq ft” Manhattan penthouse loft #B1603 at

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“noted architect” will be disappointed that “incredible” 200 Mercer Street loft went for $939/ft

he’s not the only oneStart with “an amazing combination of genuine loft style and a top of the line renovation using only the best of modern materials” (“[d]esigned by [a] noted architect”). Add in 11 foot ceilings, classic brick, and

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542 LaGuardia Place sale from February is news to New York Times readers

putting the lame in the LSMWe’ve been here before: I still assume there are people who still spend some quality weekend time poring over the Sunday New York Times real estate feature Residential Sales Around The Region to see what’s

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about the views from that LaGuardia Place loft that zoomed through the market…

watch out for the Purple People EatersI commented on the open eastern views when I hit the Manhattan loft at 542 LaGuardia Place that took 10 days to fins a contract and 7 weeks to close (March 15, 542 LaGuardia

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Greene Street block as a lab for … global economic development??

yupI don’t want to leave the impression that I regularly peruse economics blogs about global development issues, but I did come across this February 22 small blog post by an econ prof with NYU’s Development Research Institute that focused on

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is loft micro-market at 722 Broadway irrational? 3 very different prices can be explained

comping is hardWhen the Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 722 Broadway sold on January 14 for $1.575mm, it was the third loft in this 9-unit building to trade within 5 months. All 3 are said to be “2,200

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716 Broadway closes after (count 'em) 126 weeks

    to brag, or not? and about what? The Manhattan loft on the 2d floor at 716 Broadway boasts of many things: views of Washington Square Park, 13 foot ceilings, "huge" private terrace, and mahogany woodwork. They may not

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wheel stopped spinning / contract at 704 Broadway after a million weeks

staying in the NYU corridorIt’s been a busy blogging week for me near NYU, with posts this week about lofts with birthdays at 710 and 716 Broadway (710 Broadway is slimmer after holiday break and 716 Broadway has another birthday

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716 Broadway has another birthday loft

keeping it on the 2d floorAbout twenty feet north of the 2d floor loft I hit on  Wednesday (710 Broadway is slimmer after holiday break) in the greater NYU corridor known as Broadway, 2d floor at 716 Broadway is also

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