Tag: Trinity Stewart

2,000 sq ft head to head, Soho loft on Wooster crushes Tribeca loft on Warren

comping is (still) hard in the Manhattan loft niche You can’t have a much more stark comparison between two lofts in the prime Manhattan loft neighborhoods than two approximately 2,000 sq ft lofts that sold on the same day, both

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what changed in 2012 to get 8 Warren Street loft sold in September but not January?

what a difference 9 months madeI am not saying there is a rational explanation for this, just that these are facts about the “2,010 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5E at 8 Warren Street (Trinity Stewart Condominium): it did not sell

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8 Warren Street loft buyer completes 2nd floor set at record prices

2011 at $1,302/ft, 2012 at $1,395/ft, with (probably) no change in market conditionsThere is a very simple reason the “1,932 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2E at 8 Warren Street (Trinity Stewart Condominium) sold quickly at the full asking price, and

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loft at 8-10 Warren Street is first resale of 2008 new development, but is still smiling

against the trendYou might bet that resales would be challenging in an At Peak Manhattan condominium conversion of a real loft building, particularly if you recall the exercise I went through in my March 5  data dump: 27 Manhattan lofts

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