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interesting pricing gambit does not work as 214 West 17 Street loft sells at 14% discount, 22% from first ask

how does that “if at first you don’t succeed …” thing work?No diversion today, as I missed a weekday of substantive Manhattan loft blogging. (if you are disappointed, call 3-1-1.) One way to look at the recent sale of the

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transformed 7 Bond Street loft sells 8% above 2007

“Words cannot fully describe the beauty …” beats “beautifully renovated” by how much?Inquiring minds want to know the details of the work that was done to the “1,200 sq ft” Manhattan loft #4A at 7 Bond Street before it was

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did 30 West 15 Street lofts sell at premium due to combination potential?

numbers are hard thingsIt is not a coincidence that both lofts on the 3rd floor at 30 West 15 Street closed on the same day. Although owned by different people and listed by different firms, the closings of lofts #3S

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111 Fourth Avenue combination loft closes after 19 months at 30% off original ask

can you see a premium for a combined space?It should not be a surprise if the sellers of the Manhattan loft combination #2HIJ at 111 Fourth Avenue expected to be paid a premium for having put together 3 small lofts

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diligence due + negligence committed as West 15 Street lofts + East 15 Street apartments lose views

NY Times tells tales of intrigue, hubrisTerrific piece by VToy in today’s Sunday real estate section of the New York Times, Is That A Bulldozer I Hear? The subtle take-away is that New York City apartment or loft owners who

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