Tag: Storm

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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when bad things ($605/ft!) happen to nice lofts, super storm edition at 79 Laight Street

you get a massive discount, and a projectIt is not often that you see weather impacts in Manhattan loft listings or sales, or that you see lofts for sale that have actually been wrecked (as in destroyed) as opposed to

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Seaport loft in very old building sells up $10,473 over 2005, neighbors tremble

can’t blame That StormManhattan lofts in buildings with slim past sales histories are, of course, difficult to comp. (If you are a buyer or an appraiser, or a Very Interested Spectator of the Manhattan residential real estate game.) And difficult

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about that bidding war for (not THAT) well-dressed 395 Broadway loft

after a day for love, many loved this loft, only one was chosen (sigh)There were broken hearts all over the highway when the bidding war for the “1,200 sq ft” Manhattan loft #14A at 395 Broadway came to an end

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