Tag: Park

there are 2nd floor lofts with better views than this 208 Fifth Avenue loft, but not many

kIller views, unless the tour bus idlesOne of my longstanding (unrequited) Manhattan Loft Guy Note(s) to Self … has to do with second story lofts, and whether there is a discernible market discount for lofts that may be as low

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tunnel living has its benefits, as 19 Beach Street loft sells up 22% over 2005

though 10% less than the seller wantedThis looks like a win to me: the “2,980 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 19 Beach Street sold on December 7 at $3.595mm, apparently in the same condition as when

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moving to Atalanta loft from WAY uptown

distance is not the only measureI could play around a bit about the price at which the Manhattan loft #12C at 25 N. Moore Street (the 2001 conversion-with-much-punching-out-of-windows Atalanta) sold for in a private transaction on May 26 ($2.5mm for

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Printing House loft sells under 2006 at 421 Hudson Street

no ‘greed’ involvedI hate to use the word “greedy” to describe a seller and an asking price, but you will sometimes see trolls (bitter renters?) on Curbed or StreetEasy describe an asking price that is ‘too high’ that way. But

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NoMad as new “it” micro-nabe? don’t hold your breath

from the Manhattan Loft Guy ‘to do’ listI noted this article from the Wall Street Journal when it hit the inter-tubes on October 8 (North of Madison Square Is Starting to Gel), cogitating on it, as it is a non-residential-neighborhood

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ka-ching! ka-ching! as uptown widow moves to 7 Hubert Street loft

change in lifestyleI had to guess that "Time Warner conglomerator Steve Ross" lived uptown, although in the brief Page Six mention about his widow moving to Tribeca there’s nothing about where she moved from. For Manhattan Loft Guy purposes, this

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Quote For The Day, 2000 edition

the goodsBefore I tell you how I found it, here’s a long-time Tribeca resident talking about the change in Tribeca’s population in the 20 years they lived there, way back in 2000: You’ve never seen so many people under three

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7 Sunday Open Houses at $2.9x

(remember to check the agent websites Sunday morning to see if open house is still on) These lofts range from Tribeca to Flatiron in a very narrow price range, with sizes that vary from 1,800 sq ft to 3,100 sq

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