Tag: Trough

another picture of the trough, as 92 Chambers Street loft sells up 37% over 2009

can’t explain the 2007, howeverI am going to try not to get too distracted by the new development sale in 2007 of the “1,353 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 92 Chambers Street, as I don’t know

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particularly deep trough discovered, as 335 Greenwich Street loft sells 31% over 2009

some stories never get oldI can’t explain why, but I take particular pleasure in noting Manhattan loft sales that hit a particular narrative. In this case, the narrative for the recent sale of the “1,600 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5A

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21 East 22 Street loft sells after long, painful price discovery

2009 was not such a trough hereThis one has to hurt: not only did the “900 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4F at 21 East 22 Street take 18 months to sell, it sold for a tiny premium over the price

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240 West 23 Street penthouse loft sales illustrates trough, with a bonus anomaly

(not that you need another illustration)Regular readers of Manhattan Loft Guy don’t really need to be reminded that the overall Manhattan residential real estate market has seen a cycle of Froth + Peak + Trough + Thaw (+ Rebound) since

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133 West 17 Street loft with open air + potential sells for $1,071/ft

the dog that did not barkSometimes a loft that does not sell tells you something as interesting about the market as a loft that does sell. For Exhibit A, I give you the "1,770 sq ft" Manhattan loft #5C at

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53 Warren Street loft resale shows depth of bath developer took in 2009

snap shot of chilly timeThe resale of the “1,562 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 2nd floor at 53 Warren Street is a happy tale for the sellers, as they paid the sponsor only $1,705,568 in August 2009 for the

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loft lab at 161 Hudson Street, as loft takes 5 months to make a quick sale

up 43% since 2004Yesterday was pricing at 2004 (January 10, 150 Nassau Street mini-loft sells at about 2004 pricing); today is about the sale of the “2,117 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3C at 161 Hudson Street at $2,323,150, which (among

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