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unsold in 2010, Steiner Building penthouse loft sells 17% off 2007

The Market is uneven. Always.How many times have you heard me say, more or less, data points are data points, whereas The Market is The Market? Today’s context for such metaphysical musing is the duplexed “2,654 sq ft” Manhattan loft

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old school loft at 60 Grand Street, dressed up without walls, did not sell at $1,224/ft

a late conversion (2007)I wish I knew the back story about this very late Soho condo conversion. Certainly not a lot was done to the interior space of the “2,150 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7 at 60 Grand Street that

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114 West 27 Street penthouse loft sells at $1,041/ft with unlimited potential (+ free roof?)

talk about missing The Peak!With the recent clearing price of the “3,600 sq ft” Manhattan loft dubbed #PH at 114 West 27 Street just clearing $1,000/ft at $3.75mm, there is a way to squint at the sale and the “2,500

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no-view loft at 120 West 18 Street sells at $905/ft, reveals what neighbor's roof is worth

fun with compsI love that the “1767 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4B at 120 West 18 Street was marketed as “this is not a ‘view’ apartment” (except for that “apartment” thing, of course) because it so beautifully and simply manages

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strange relo deal gets seller +14% over 2007 tho loft at 356 Broadway worth -8% less

how facts can mis-informIf you were following the hyper-local Manhattan loft market at 356 Broadway in east Tribeca, you would have had a very different view of that market toward the end of 2011 than you would now. How different

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secretly very negotiable penthouse loft seller at 129 West 20 Street secretly negotiates a 28% discount

why not be public about it?What is the purpose of an asking price? Feel free to tell me what you think, as I am not shy about telling you what I think. A successful asking price does (should do) only

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was rooftop terrace at 105 Fifth Avenue loft as valuable as the interior?

depending on how you cut the numbers, it isThe “1,925 sq ft” Manhattan loft #11D at 105 Fifth Avenue, with its “500 sq ft” private rooftop terrace, just sold for $1.8mm. (November 9 is “just” sold in my book!) Trying

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Vision Loft at 124 West 18 Street sells with huge premium for roof deck

“Art, meet Science”I don’t know why I continue to be surprised when outdoor space drives value … errr … through the roof, but perhaps that capacity for surprise helps keep me young. Today’s Ponce de Leon moment is occasioned by

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from Flatiron to Soho to Tribeca for serial loft owners with exquisite taste

real estate stalking is not for the squeamishRegular Manhattan Loft Guy readers know that I am a bit of a voyeur, interested in the choices that people make to buy or sell a loft, and where they go from there

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penthouse loft at 121 West 20 Street beats Peak, but is it rational?

by 2%, but it is somethingOf course you know that any single number to summarize The Market (whether the entire Manhattan residential real estate market or the loft niche) smooths out a great deal of data noise. Some data points

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