Tag: Price Drop

Chelsea penthouse loft at 240 West 23 Street takes million dollar hit (or, was it a 44% hit?)

is this loft trolling Manhattan Loft Guy?? The recent sale of the “1,800 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7D at 240 West 23 Street (aka “Penthouse 7D”) for $2.2mm pushes a lot of Manhattan Loft Guy buttons. Most prominently and recently, it took

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Lion’s Head loft at 121 West 19 Street takes a long time to lose 9% since 2007 resale

  our long national nightmare is over This is not new news, as the contract was signed unusually long ago, but the “1,920 sq ft” duplex Manhattan loft #3B at 121 West 19 Street (Lion’s Head) finally sold on February

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cheating to talk about market conditions during nuclear winter, courage, and risk-bearing

  my analysis from March 2009 holds up pretty well, I think I started another OYAToMLG draft for today to shorten my keyboard time from New Orleans, but in looking at it and the posts this week I realized I

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OYAToMLG talking about gabby PR seeking agents and beautiful loft off Prince & Broadway

  figuring why this thing finally sold ain‘t easy Another pure (actual day) One Year Ago on Manhattan Loft Guy post from N’Awlins…. A year ago today I was snarking about the Public Relations efforts of Some Real Estate Agents

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15 Broad Street loft resellers could not move to Idaho until they accepted what the Manhattan market would give

(could not move their money, at least)I admit it: sometimes I get stuck on trivia when reviewing Manhattan loft sales. In the case of the recently sold at $1.57mm “1,458 sq ft” loft #3230 at 15 Broad Street (Downtown by

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schizo seller succeeds with 224 West 18 Street loft by zigging, then zagging

success, but no points for styleThe “2,002 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7C at 224 West 18 Street just sold at a very, very small discount from the asking price, so that’s an impressive bit of work. But I am intrigued

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more than 18 months to contract for 377 West 11 Street loft

only 2 price changes, less than 10% totalYou’d think that a Manhattan loft on the market from August 2010 into 2012 would need more than a 10% price drop to sell(if you are like me, that is.) I still think

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Atalanta loft at 25 N. Moore Street did not triple in value in 10 years

though cigars may still be in orderThe “2,907 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5A at 25 N. Moore Street (Atalanta) was recently resold by the original owner, 11 years after the loft was bought from the developer. I assume the sellers

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designer of renown will not be pleased that 114 Mercer Street loft sold for $989/ft

perhaps they won’t tell himThe broker babble for the “2,250 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4R at 114 Mercer Street calls Martin Raffone a “renowned New York designer” and the loft “ a warm, modern living environment- a quiet sanctuary away

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real estate sales made easy: 88 Prince Street loft sells because (some say) it is correctly located

stay classy, guyThe February 16 sale of the “3,000 sq ft” loft #7C at 88 Prince Street (the oh-so-handsome the Little Singer Building) made the news yesterday because it had once been rented for 8 months a few years ago

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