Tag: One Bed Wonder

if you squint long enough, 44 Lispenard Street loft outperformed The Market

playing with numbers in Tribeca … just playin’ StreetEasy is hit-and-miss with past sales history of Manhattan lofts, but with the “1,527 sq ft” loft on the 3rd floor at 44 Lispenard Street (in the original triangle / trapezoid below Canal)

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no rational market evident in 708 Greenwich Street loft sale $260k over ask

an ‘efficient’ Manhattan loft market requires more transparency than a bidding war can offer From November 2014 to February 2015 the overall Manhattan residential real estate market was essentially flat, unless you consider a change of .01% to be a significant deviation

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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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were feet in larger loft at 105 East 16 Street worth more than in smaller loft?

Conventional Wisdom about Manhattan residential real estate is right, often I don’t know if the equation “1 + 1 = 2.5” is original to The Miller, but he is my source for it. What he means is that in the

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how much did the bathtub cost this Chelsea loft at 151 West 28 Street?

you know what they say about idiosyncratic design choices The Flower District is hardly a fringe area for Manhattan lofts, so it is a little surprising to see an architect-designed loft with “sleek” kitchen and improvements such as central air

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necessity, that mother, yields strange floor plan for 39 Worth Street loft

not necessarily an inspired invention for this Tribeca loft, but interesting For having a footprint that is a classic Long-and-Narrow (maybe 23 x 85 feet, with a cut-out for the elevator and building stairwell, windows front and back), the floor plan of

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how much money earned by floating floors, dropping ceiling of 200 Mercer Street loft?

but why do it if you can’t (or won’t) enjoy it? The folks who bought the “2,246 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2E at 200 Mercer Street in October 2012 for $1.875mm with a very problematic layout gave a great deal of thought

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so many Manhattan lofts are ‘outside the box’ for mortgage purposes

… though the New York Times talked more about farmland than lofts, alas There will be a very valuable kernel of truth discussed in Sunday’s New York Times piece, Buying Outside the Box (yes, I can see into the future, so long

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in a world unusual loft floor plans, this One Bed Wonder at 40 West 15 Street takes a cake

a floor plan for every Manhattan loft buyer, a buyer for every floor plan Maybe the people who just paid $2.1mm for the “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 40 West 15 Street in the busy bottom left corner

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did a famous guy set $/ft loft purchase record at Jensen Lewis building at 161 West 15 Street in Chelsea?

is this Chelsea loft fit for a master of the universe type? The name matches, down to the middle initial and the out of state notice address on the deed record, but the “1,700 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5J at

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