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memory lane: real-time reporting on changes in The Market for Manhattan lofts

  Three Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan loft Guy material coming up. In my July 8, 2010, another sign that

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indispensable source tracks commercial upgrades on Murray Street

ch … ch … ch … changes (slowly, perhaps surely)The go-to guy for hyper-local street level news in Tribeca, the intrepid Tribeca Citizen, this week has hit a few instances of the changing storefronts on Murray Street in southeast Tribeca.

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tough times in mini-loft market? or just at 21 East 22 Street & 77 Bleecker Street

eerie parallelsOne of the fun things about the (typically) weekly updates I do to the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold Since November 2008 is the opportunity to notice coincidences, and (sometimes) the beginning of trends. This pair of Manhattan

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Manhattan Loft Guy, 1

pardon me for boastingI am reliably informed that my December 14, Wall Street Journal oversells a Manhattan 4 bedroom “boom”, was forwarded to an editor at the Wall Street Journal, resulting in the Corrections & Amplifications item posted Saturday on

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Wall Street Journal oversells a Manhattan 4 bedroom “boom”

  [UPDATE: note the way The Journal acknowledged the error and then edited to make the article even less coherent: December 19, Manhattan Loft Guy, 1 – Wall Street Journal, 0, as WSJ posts 4 bedroom correction] (mis) adventures in

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