Tag: Patio

do you prefer a Chelsea loft with light or a patio?

Campiello Collection loft pair says The Market wants the patio The “1,524 sq ft” ground floor loft #1H at 151 West 17th St (in the Campiello Collection) that sold last week for $3.2mm did so for one reason: the “789

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did rising tide eventually sell huge 141 West 26 Street loft (with rising hotel)?

when wrong is wrong, until it’s right, Chelsea loft edition The “4,050 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 141 West 26 Street was offered for sale at $3.95mm for nearly a year, having been brought to market

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Cooper Square loft triples in value, disappointing owner

is it the exposure, Mars? The anonymous folk who just sold the “2,571 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4A at 62 Cooper Square (Carl Fischer Building) for $4.6mm didn’t quite triple their money, as they had purchased at $1.553mm, but close enough.

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Seaport loft in very old building sells up $10,473 over 2005, neighbors tremble

can’t blame That StormManhattan lofts in buildings with slim past sales histories are, of course, difficult to comp. (If you are a buyer or an appraiser, or a Very Interested Spectator of the Manhattan residential real estate game.) And difficult

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151 West 28 Street loft sells at $694/ft, $400,000 short of triple mint

the value of a dreamThe recent sale of the “1,845 sq ft”* Manhattan loft #2W at 151 West 28 Street (Groff Studio) is a rather clean indication of how The Market values condition, as its create-your-dream marketing campaign competed directly

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65 West 13 Street loft sales shows the trick about being patient

it’s the price, stupid!I’ve been on a bit of a jag lately, noting Manhattan loft sales that defy Conventional Wisdom by holding firm at a price for a (relatively) long time, then getting a deal done within reasonable negotiating range

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quick one at 321 W 13 / well-priced lofts sell quickly (still)

I had hoped to visit #1A at 321 West 13 Street at the open house this past Sunday, but got tied up with buyers elsewhere. Too bad for me. Asking $2.5mm and $2,199/mo (condo) for “2,300 duplexed sq ft” (plus

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