Tag: Pricing

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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2 new Tribeca lofts too pushy or just pushy enough??

  anonymous lofts I normally don’t comment on new listings (you know why: end of an era for Manhattan Loft Guy / a new day dawns? from April 9) but I sometimes do so obscurely. I hope this is opaque

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quick sale at 20 East 17 St

woosh!The 7th floor at 20 East 17 Street came to market on March 10, in pretty much the same market uncertainty as today. It took all of 17 days for terms to be agreed upon and a contract to be

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18 E 12 St so hot it is going best & final today

going, going, goneI noticed #6A at 18 East 12 Street when it came to market a week ago, but did not comment on it. They held a barn burner of an open house this past Sunday and should be done

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how The Market can change / NY Times reported sale at 684 Broadway

  The NY Times Residential Sales feature today includes this Manhattan loft sale:   GREENWICH VILLAGE $3.1 million 684 Broadway (Great Jones Street) 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 3,100-sq.-ft. co-op in a renovated prewar loft building; keyed elevator; oversize windows, 11 ½-ft. ceilings;

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(no irritating Ps but) more seller psychology / are loft-sellers more prone to ego errors?

  the Lake Wobegon effect? My P-filled post about sellers not adjusting to the current market (pseller psychology pstuck pso psales psuffer?) leads to wondering about Manhattan loft sellers.   Although my prior post talked a lot about ego-driven decisions

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