Tag: Prude

March nugget / PruDE's signed contracts up for month

  limited data set, but something Long-time blogger / honest agent Doug Heddings has an interesting slice of current Manhattan coop and condominium market data from PruDE’s signed contracts files for weeks ending from March 6 through April 3. Go

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241 W 23 St is back / 3 strikes, not out, at $752/ft

  241 W 23 St #5B still for sale, but why? There are not many opportunities to get 2,000 sq ft of “the very definition of a ‘Classic Loft’” in Chelsea (on 23rd St, but still – this line looks

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116 W 29 St still not

  I was particularly … intrigued by the listing for the 8th floor at 116 West 29th Street back in December because I saw it virtually in tandem with another loft also described as “magnificent”, also about 3,000 square feet,

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selling up at 141 W 26 / 5th fl over 4th

  The 5th fl at 141 W 26 St is new this week, offering 2,600 sq ft for $2.295mm and maintenance of $1,470/mo.   Said by Holly Parker at PruDE to be “magnificently renovated” and “architecturally designed”, the web photos

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that was quick / 76 Laight St gut job at $850/ft in contract

  Apt 3 at 76 Laight Street (at the corner of Washington St in northwest Tribeca) came to market on April 18, shrewdly marketed by Patty LaRocco at PruDE as “ready for a gut renovation”. At 2,350 sq ft offered

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irony can be delicious / juxtaposition of PruDE quote and data in NY Post worth a smile

pumping the market, no matter the cost Today’s brief item in the NY Post Manhattan Bumps Real-Estate Slump from Bloomberg is amusing for at least one reason.   The context: The Real Estate Board of New York’s Q3 data shows

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