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did an ‘upgraded’ kitchen add $750,000 to way West Village loft at 380 West 12 Street?

21 months, that improved kitchen, a new bedroom, and those $750,000 between sales Unless you know the Before and After details (I don’t), the recent sale of the “1,400 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2E at 380 West 12 Street (in

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another loft goes at 288 West Street, direct river views in Tribeca earn $1,432/ft

there are river views, and there are river views The year end sale of the “1,850 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2W at 288 West Street in the far west corner of Tribeca is an occasion for ‘we’ve been here before’.

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opportunity in Tribeca lost, and quantified, as buyer delay over that darn storm at 92 Laight Street loft cost about $200,000

same river view, same River Loft, but more money to buy with less water Here is a graphic indicator of market velocity, at least in the Manhattan residential real estate market niche of uber-condo loft properties in far west Tribeca:

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288 West Street loft up 11% over 2011 instead of 15%

does the Index owe this Tribeca loft $90,000? You know I do this only in part to remind you, gentle readers, and more so to remind me: the StreetEasy Manhattan Condo Index is a tool (a very useful single-number tool)

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463 Greenwich Street loft is a fascinating project, sells at $1,442/ft

  why not another one? The “1,320 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 463 Greenwich Street in northwest Tribeca is an interesting comp for yesterday’s somewhat primitive loft in prime Soho. Similar in size and in having

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scary sale of small loft at 19 Hubert Street

where the rubber meets the road, buyers can get hurtThe recent sale of the “1,100 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor of 19 Hubert Street is the canary in the coal mine only for Tribeca small loft buyers

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extortion or neighborly consideration 505 Greenwich Street loft? you decide

some prices just jump out at youYou won’t find a listing associated with the deed recently filed on the May 13 sale of the “979 sq ft” Manhattan loft #12C at 505 Greenwich Street because it was a private transaction.

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TYAToMLG talking about the huge premium that some people will pay for a view, in this case of Madison Square

hitting it out of the ballparkAs on Monday (March 18, OYAToMLG talking about post-Peak and square floor plans at 161 Hudson Street) this will be a relatively short post based on the Manhattan Loft Guy archives, due to the conflicts

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166 Bank Street loft with 30 year-old river views got for $1,188/ft in far West Village

go figure: Jersey views not as valuable, even with a riverContinuing a sequence of view posts, today’s edition features a loft in pretty primitive condition (like yesterday’s) with major bragging about views (like yesterday’s). Unlike yesterday’s September 13, quintessential artist

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720 Greenwich Street loft illustrates my ballpark Peak-to-Now

this is what “about 10%” looks likeYou don’t have to be a regular reader of Manhattan Loft Guy to know that The Peak prices in the overall Manhattan residential real estate market were recorded in the First Quarter of 2008,

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