Tag: Square

oh dear! 292 Lafayette Street loft goes to war, slays famous neighbors

  comps, but no comparison The last time we visited 292 Lafayette Street together there was a somewhat primitive loft with somewhat famous sellers that sold at $1,033/ft. Today’s visit is occasioned by the "1,600 sq ft" Manhattan loft #2E

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45 Lispenard Street loft takes a year to sell at small discount to ask, 11% premium over Peak

  ‘tis a puzzlement The Market just loved the “1,800 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5E at 45 Lispenard Street, as we see from the fact that it sold on April 25 at $2.2mm after selling at near-Peak for just $1,988,500.

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“perfection” goes for $1,025/ft in 252 West 30 Street loft

to catch a bargain, there must be a catchIn our last installment, the August 8, ‘architecturally designed’ loft with no view, little light at 114 West 27 Street sells at $799/ft (sue me: I’ve been busy), we found a bargain

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surprise: Jade loft re-sells +8% over 2007 purchase at 16 West 19 Street

small loft with a big podThe “904 sq ft” Manhattan mini-loft #10C at 16 West 19 Street (Jade) just had a pretty successful resale, up 8.2% over the sponsor sale (with transfer fees) at the end of 2007. (Put aside

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MLG fave loft at 130 West 17 Street again shatters expectations, sells 1.7% above Peak

non-commodities can be hard to valueit is a good thing I am not sensitive, because I have once already been surprised by the clearing price of the recently re-sold “2,150 sq ft” top floor Manhattan loft #9S at 130 West

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161 Hudson Street closes off 2.5% since (late) 2007

crude measures are, well, crudeRegular readers of Manhattan Loft Guy know that I am enamored of the power (well, potential) of the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008, and that one of my favorite uses to date

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150 Nassau Street loft sells for building record

becoming a Manhattan Loft Guy faveBy the tiniest of margins, the recent sale of the “1,793 sq ft” Manhattan loft #13C at 150 Nassau Street set a new high on a dollar-per-foot basis for this handsome building. It is a

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long-time Ruggles House owner sells ready-for-renovation loft at 112 East 19 Street

quick deal aside from that one hiccupIt looks as though the seller of the “1,950 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3R at 112 East 19 Street (the Ruggles House) has been in the building since at least since 1983. That’s as

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477 Broome Street loft takes what the market gives, moves on (to the bank)

a form of humility, yes?This one is hot off the presses (deed filed today): the Manhattan loft #31 at 477 Broome Street sold on January 25 for $1.515mm, a discount of 10.6%% off the $1.695mm ask. What is interesting about

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2005 + 10%? that might work

There’s a lovely square loft newly available for sale in a prime Manhattan loft area that is asking about 10% more than the clearing price when it sold in June 2005. I think this is likely to be close enough

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