Tag: Velocity

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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revisiting velocity, as 132 West 22 Street loft sells near a world land speed record

16 + 14 = pdqAs far as Bright Shiny Objects are concerned, it is the dates associated with the sale of the Manhattan loft on the 5th floor at 132 West 22 Street (the Stanwick) that most quickly catch the

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velocity in the Manhattan loft market / 72 Mercer Street sale was not the fastest

not to mention, huge gain over January 2008 sponsor saleI tend to collect a bunch of interesting recent sales each week for future posts, writing a headline and capturing the link; often I don’t get to all in that collection

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171 Duane Street loft closes at 12% premium, contract in 3 weeks

"every once in a while …", indeedEvery once in a while, a listing description not only does justice to the loft listed but to potential buyers, giving an appropriately enthusiastic description of the loft instead of merely babbling. The Manhattan

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1200 Broadway loft closes near 2009 ask

timing is (not quite) everythingThis story doesn’t get old (at least, not yet): a well-priced Manhattan loft sells after going into contract within a short time, at or near a price that failed in 2009. Today’s’ example is #5G at

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