Tag: Peak

side window in 9 West 20 Street loft allows huge master

funny what a little flexibility can do for a classic Manhattan loft footprint Are you more a flood plan guy, or are you a numbers gal? If the former, you’ll appreciate how a side window in a Long-and-Narrow loft in Flatiron

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crappy layout does not keep 131 Perry Street loft from $1,704/ft sale, 30% above Peak

for serious Manhattan loft brick fans, apparently Exposed brick tends to be one of those love-it-or-hate-it elements of Manhattan lofts, with a great deal of passion expressed by both camps. I suspect the main listing photo for the “1,555 sq ft”

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74 Fifth Avenue loft celebrates new plumbing rooms by selling 34% over 2007

this Flatiron loft still has crappy light, no views This is a sequence that drives appraisers (and other data-driven Manhattan residential real estate folk) crazy: the “1,900 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 74 Fifth Avenue in central Greenwich Village

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Great Jones Street loft shatters (old) (near) Peak performance in cute Noho corner

remember The Peak? overall Manhattan market data re-sets into new heights The “1,250 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2 at 3 Great Jones Street that sold two weeks ago for $1.63mm had been bought by the recent seller on July 2007

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should 80 Chambers Street loft be embarrassed? (resells over ask, but only 6% over 2006)

no reason to anthropomorphize Manhattan lofts Silly me: no, the “1,056 sq ft” Manhattan loft #11B at 80 Chambers Street should not be embarrassed because it sold for only 6.3% more last month than it sold for in May 2006,

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Chainworks loft at 144 West 18 Street sells in a delightful series for market watchers

one Manhattan loft building can be a microcosm, indeed The recent sale of the “3,097 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2E at 144 West 18 Street (the Chainworks Building) for $4.6mm ($1,485/ft) got me to wondering if any of the recent

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55 White Street loft beats ask by 8%, peak by 15%

a lot of light from second floor There are some fancy numbers assocaited with the “2,006 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2B at 55 White Street: it sold on September 3 for an even $4mm, 8% higher than the asking price;

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memory lane: Field of Dreams pricing sells 130 West 17 Street penthouse loft at huge premium

  Five Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you had a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; almost up. In my July 15, 2008, 130

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memory lane: on outliers, or Bright Shiny Objects, this one a penthouse loft at 121 West 20 Street

  Two Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up; we are nearly done with that. In my

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103 Greene Street penthouse loft takes a (near) million dollar hit to sell below 2008

not everything is flyingThey had a little trouble selling the “2,474 sq ft” penthouse Manhattan loft #7A at 103 Greene Street in prime Soho back in the day, as the near-Peak campaign took 4 months and a big price drop

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