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old school gut-me loft sells at $926/ft at east end of Chelsea

love the truthful broker babbling describing this (quintessential?) Chelsea loft “[F]air condition and livable” is damn fine praise to describe the “1,980 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 106 West 26 Street, a small late condominium conversion

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is the hyper-local Manhattan loft market at 80 John Street up more than 5% in a year?

and now for something a little differentAfter looking twice this week at Manhattan lofts that sold high recently after not selling in 2009, the recent sale of the “875 sq ft” mini-loft #14A at 80 John Street (the troubled South

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when bad things happen to nice lofts, 136 Baxter Street edition

then to now, with detoursThe simple facts about the “2,558 sq ft” Manhattan penthouse duplex loft (with “600 sq ft” of private terrace) #7A at 136 Baxter Street (the Machinery Exchange) is that the guy who paid $4mm when he

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late original buyer at 415 Greenwich Street flips Tribeca Summit loft for fun and profit

  nicely played, sir (& madam); nicely played For people with an ‘investment’ approach to Manhattan residential real estate, this is how it’s done: buy at $3.35mm, sell 14 months later at $4.085mm. Everyone would do that if they could,

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85 Leonard Street loft doesn't quite zoom, but sells above ask

  nearly $2mm gain in 4 years The “2,434 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 85 Leonard Street (the condo name, Kitchen, Montross & Wilcox Store, is a mouthful, explained below) enjoyed an enviable but hardly unique

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Lion’s Head no bedroom mezzanine loft at 121 West 19 Street closes up $25,000 since 2008

always interesting to play Beat The Peak The recent sale of the “1,069 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4C at 121 West 19 Street (in the Lion’s Head Condominium) is yet another reminder that I should do a summary post collecting

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99 John Street loft sale is the very picture of motivation in a difficult environment

3 prices in 16 days, at a loss to 2008 buyI find listing histories like that of the “677 sq ft” Manhattan mini-loft #1704 at 99 John Street (99 John Deco Lofts) fascinating. Sometimes a listing history reveals patience (which

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massive combined loft sells $65,000 above ask at 53 N. Moore Street

“ridiculous potential”, as in "not yet realized"The strangest thing about the recent sale above ask of the “4,040 sq ft” Manhattan loft combination #2DE at 53 N. Moore Street is not that above-ask thing; no, the strangest thing about this

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415 Greenwich Street loft resale clobbers sponsor at Tribeca Summit, nears record

this may stingThe recent sellers of the “2,318 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 415 Greenwich Street in the 2008 new development Tribeca Summit must have been paying attention. They no doubt noted the two most recent sales in the

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60 Beach Street gut loft project goes for gold, gets world record

I do not understand this. At. All.I am going to posit that pretty much all of the sales history of the recently sold “2,557 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4D at 60 Beach Street makes no sense:  sold by sponsor Dec

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