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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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not a seller’s market at 100 Greene Street, as loft sells under 2007 and 2005

  neighbors weep I don’t get this one: the same “2,000 sq ft” Manhattan loft in very prime Soho on the 2nd floor of 100 Greene Street that sold for $2.5mm in May 2005 and for $2.633mm in November 2007

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renovation premium evident as 720 Greenwich Street lofts sells for 29% over 2010

though extent of renovation is still somewhat unclearThis is how to let the world know the vintage of a renovation used to market a Manhattan loft: “renovated in the last year with …”. No need to worry about what an

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prime Soho original artist loft at 100 Wooster sells immediately for $600/ft

another one bites the dustThe “2,000 sq ft” “classic”, “quintessential”, “rare”, “authentic” artist loft I hit last week (July 21, no mistaking the condition of artist loft at 184 Grand Street that sold for $710/ft) sold for (you guessed, right?)

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tiny price drop does magic for 458 Broome Street loft, kinda sorta

an almost yellow saleSo, sue me! I was away this weekend, so did not do my regular Saturday data dump of loft sales newly recorded in the last 7 days. Hence my early Saturday (getting in the car) post about

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attack of the Killer Comp (when 2005 pricing does not help)

tough to price, if even 2005 is too highThere’s a pretty big Manhattan loft in a Chelsea corner that has been patient at an asking price around $1,100/ft for 3 months, which is just slightly less than the loft sold

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the unloftiest loft ever – 28 W 38 is over-the-top

yes, a Versailles loft Loft snob that I am, I sometimes carp about whether a given space passes muster as a true Manhattan loft, or is more loft-like or even (gasp) more “apartment” than loft. See August 30, 2006 the

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