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no lofts diversion about blue skies + how the internet works (+ doesn’t)

context is hard to convey in a quick hit I love the Bad Astronomy guy at Slate, Phil Plait. Like the recently departed from Slate Matthew Yglesias, Plait has a gift for asking simple questions that (eventually) have simple answers,

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another day (another year), another Manhattan Loft Guy milestone

didn’t we just do this?I will have to wrestle with my social media conscience (oxymoron?) to see if I will beg for ReTweets from the Twitterverse, as I did for my March 7, just another wordy day for a wordy

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just another wordy day for a wordy Manhattan Loft Guy, but a milestone post

if you keep doing this long enough you will do a lot of theseI wonder if any readers who noted the Countdown thing at the bottom of the last ten posts were readers back in August 2009, the last time

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250 Mercer Street mini-loft sells up only a smidge over 2005

that’s $5,000 if you are scoring at homeIn “honor” of the (now begun!) snopocalypse, I had hoped to continue looking at memorably tragic sales this week. (That’s on top of my posts of February 6, 106 Duane Street loft sellers

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for 69 Murray Street loft, The Peak was then, and almost now

off by a rounding errorThe “1,800 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 8th floor at 69 Murray Street that sold in a very Peak-y sale on January 31, 2008 at $2.275mm just resold in the same condition at $2.25mm. That’s

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flip city: 99 Reade Street loft sold in 2011 sells again, up 4%

so many questions Some people might look at the September 4 sale of the “1,576 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5W at 99 Reade Street (Reade Court) for $2mm and see that the big news is that it sold at that

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on its best days, Manhattan Loft Guy meets this (lofty!) standard of criticism

this is not really a diversion from lofts (sorry if this disturbs your Sunday routine)But it will be short …. Polymath Andrew Sullivan gets the hat tip for flagging a piece about written criticism that I take to heart. The

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the Warburg guy wants to take the Dual out of Agency in Manhattan residential real estate

I applaud Fred (if I may be so familiar)Long-time Manhattan Loft Guy readers know that the subject of New York State agency law and required disclosures is near and dear to my heart (links below). Not many agents share that

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Sunday diversion / one man + camera + helicopter

staying away from baseball today (way up, up, up and away)How many times have you heard “New York as you’ve never seen it”? Maybe it is true in all cases; maybe not. Unless you are in the habit of hanging

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Saturday diversion / tweeterful Tribeca

small bitesTweeting is not in the Manhattan Loft Guy tool box (140 character limit?? puh-leeze!), but I like a good tweet as much as the next guy. Tribeca Citizen, a blog that needs to make the MLG updated list of

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