Tag: Views

quiet & “quintessential” northwest Tribeca loft in move-in condition sells at $843/ft

… so, of course there’s an explanation (there are hints in the broker babble) The raw numbers associated with the three-week old sale of the Manhattan loft #3W at 466 Washington Street yield a stark equation: “3,500 sq ft” + $2.95mm = $843/ft. There

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Gilsey House loft seller disappointed in setting building record at 1200 Broadway

… and in getting only 62% above 2010 purchase price Not many folks would be disappointed by beating the building record on a dollar-per-foot basis by about a quarter, but the listing history of the “1,850 sq ft” Manhattan loft

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happy Renwick penthouse loft at 808 Broadway sells at $1,643/ft

the open city makes a big difference in a loft penthouse The most important words on the floor plan for the “1,400 sq ft” (true) penthouse loft #PHB at 808 Broadway (The Renwick) are “open city views”, which help make this

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111 Fourth Avenue pad proves you can sell a loft without a kitchen

loft living is often a lifestyle choice; living without a kitchen always is I am thinking “bachelor pad”, but perhaps the tiny (550 sq ft??) Manhattan loft #12D at 111 Fourth Avenue is merely a pied-à-terre. I don’t often see

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288 West Street loft up 11% over 2011 instead of 15%

does the Index owe this Tribeca loft $90,000? You know I do this only in part to remind you, gentle readers, and more so to remind me: the StreetEasy Manhattan Condo Index is a tool (a very useful single-number tool)

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why not? Chelsea Mercantile loft with forever views sells for $2,336/ft

quality sells, Chelsea brand name loft conversion, too; and views! Don’t take my word for it (I will prove it down below), but there are not many Manhattan lofts that re-sell at or above $2,000/ft, even before adjusting for outdoor

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50 West 29 Street build-out loft sale not as simple as it looks

here’s one I know something about The recent sale of the “1,400 sq ft “ Manhattan loft #13W at 50 West 29 Street looks pretty simple: to market on April 10 at $1.475mm, in contract by June 20, and sold

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77 White Street loft lacks “bedrooms” because elevator is in the wrong place

  sold for many dollars, nonetheless Yesterday, it was dark bedrooms being switched (September 12, flipping the dark bedrooms earns 100 Hudson Street loft 20% premium over (near) Peak); today it is a funky floor plan for a Long-and-Narrow Tribeca

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B side of the hyper-local market at 51 Walker Street is up 25% since 2011

more or less, in theoryOf course a continual theme on Manhattan Loft Guy is how a specific data point (loft sale) relates to The market over time, often by reference to a specific set of market conditions in which the

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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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