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memory lane: 3 for the price of 1, with chills and views

  Two Years Ago Today on Manhattan Loft Guy, and 4 and 7 You were warned in my July 4 post that you’ve got a couple of weeks of archived Manhattan Loft Guy material coming up. Don’t get spoiled, but

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Sunday driving: down memory lane for October 2008 predictions about New York real estate

not quite all of the usual suspectsKeeping up the lighter weekend fare, while staying away from the bread and butter of closed Manhattan loft sales for another post, I came across a piece from the New York Daily News with

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more man-on-dog action as 21 Astor Place loft sells up 3% since Peak

only $50,000, but stillI hit a Bright Shiny Object last weekend, a man-bites-dog story last month, and a sale at 21 Astor Place the month before that. Today’s feature is the sale of the “1,304 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6F

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21 Astor Place loft sells up 21% in 2 years

smarter than he looks?When the Manhattan loft #7F at 21 Astor Place sold on May 17 for $3,915,000 it made big news not because it found a contract within 6 weeks or had been bought 25 months earlier at $3,225,000,

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drop, drop, dropping along at 95 Vandam / Soho loft under $1,000/ft

  20/20 hindsight is priceless #5R at 95 Vandam Street is said to be 2,264 sq ft of beautiful condo loft space. It came to market through Cyrus Greenspon at Sothebys last Labor Day at $2.475mm (and $1,379/mo in taxes

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Now you see it (and pay for it), now you don

  Following nicely on my post yesterday about the values of Manhattan apartment outdoor space, The Real Deal segues with a piece about vanishing views and view values. Clearly, views matter, and command a premium. Equally – this being a

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