Tag: Parking Lot

152 Wooster Street loft shows that character matters, competition drives premium

  War Week resumes Some stories never get old, so here’s another one from the Bidding War Files. The cool things about the “1,360 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2C at 152 Wooster Street that just sold 12% above the asking

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West 28 Street development site in the news (again)

some stories write themselvesOf course I started thinking about the past Manhattan Loft Guy series about how developing neighborhoods (such as the typical Manhattan loft neighborhoods) develop, that is to say, change, when I saw this piece in the Commercial

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more views at risk, as another 315 West 36 Street neighbor sells

“put your hands up, we’ve got you surrounded”If buildings could talk, that’s what the 2-story garage across 36th Street from the residential Manhattan loft building at 315 West 36 Street might say to its residential neighbor. Word comes today that

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how did 111 Mercer Street get some kind of one-off exemption from Artist in Residence requirements?

inquiring minds want to knowFascinating piece in the The Real Deal today, In rare instance, Soho building has Artist-in Residence requirement waived, stating that the 4-unit condo residential loft new development at 111 Mercer Street will not have to comply

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another day, another parking lot to be developed / Varick Street Tribeca edition

more View Diligence due [UPDATED] The guy at Tribeca Citizen had a nice catch yesterday in response to a reader’s jackhammer question: building permits for the parking lot on Varick Street opposite the First Precinct. The Department of Buildings permit

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90 Hudson Street loft earned $500/mo since last sale in 2005

how do you spell f – l – a – t?The Manhattan loft #2D at 90 Hudson Street sold for $1.2mm on November 12, which is not bad these days for a no-frills-no-amenities-except-roof-deck coop conversion from 30 years ago. Except

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data point in a sideways market / closing at 32 West 18 Street

… and sometimes the bear gets youI need to address Josh Barbanel’s latest frustrating review of market data from Sunday’s New York Times (A Mixed Picture) soon, but the money quote for me was from The Miller, who: said that

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718 Broadway in the news again / #10C is back, beefier

  not new, exactly, though more718 Broadway #10C showed up as a new listing yesterday, asking $1.295mm and $1,486 for “1,400 sq ft” of “real NoHo loft with sunlight, dramatic city views, and 12 foot ceilings”. This unit and this

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uncommon modesty (unrewarded) at 43 W 21

  general market stats vs. one loft experience I checked out #3 at 43 West 21 Street (for listing details, pix and floor plan, scroll down through Properties for Sale here)when I got an email flogging the listing from Leah

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