Tag: Walkup

ancient floor plan drives 43 Murray Street loft down to $864/ft

  stairs don’t help Whenever I see a floor plan like that of the “1,400 sq ft” Manhattan loft #3A at 43 Murray Street on a bar block in southeast Tribeca, I assume the place has been lived in for

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all Soho is not alike: 12 Wooster Street loft sells for $869/ft after renovation

go figure (please show your worksheet)Even a sub-market like Soho has outliers. Regular readers of Manhattan Loft Guy know why Soho and Tribeca are high-end price outliers in the overall Manhattan residential real estate market (e.g., February 2, Tribeca and

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1 Worth Street loft sells after renovation / how building values change

every picture fails to tell a storyI hope it is not just that I am cranky today, what with the chilly rain not (yet) (really) melting the snow, but I am feeling a disturbing disconnect between the photos and listing

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higher floor, higher price: artist loft at 81 Grand Street sells high, 4 flights up

new kitchen, thoughIt is hard to tell from the broker babble exactly how much renovation would be needed, given the condition of the “classic” Manhattan loft that just sold on the 5th floor at 81 Grand Street. New kitchen aside,

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motivated seller sells classic Soho walk-up loft barely above 2005 at 477 Broome Street

the proof is in the askThe seller of the very well-dressed but also well-staired “982 sq ft”* Manhattan (mini) loft #34 at 477 Broome Street proved she was motivated by asking for a modest premium over the price she paid

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Soho gut job for $762/ft, as 81 Grand Street loft sells after 14 months, 5 price drops

did I mention that comping is hard?This one hurts. The “1,575 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 81 Grand Street sold on January 17 at $1.2mm, apparently in line with the sale of the 4th floor in

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tiny loft sells at ask ($1,104/ft) at 217 West 14 Street

steps did not hurt (even down)Having climbed up the stairs to get to the Manhattan min-loft #2F at  217 West 14 Street, you might be surprised to then climb down another 5 steps once you enter the loft. At only

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West Village owner sells above ask to buy 335 Greenwich Street loft above ask

what goes around, comes aroundThe October 14 sale of the “1,600 sq ft” Manhattan loft #9A at 335 Greenwich Street (aka 20 Jay Street and the Hanover River House) earned the green on the Master List of Manhattan Lofts Sold

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a tale of two Ones in Tribeca, Worth vs. York

sounds like the Wars of the RosesYork against Worth. New uber-condo against 6th floor walk-up. $1,091/ft against $757/ft. $1,065,000 against $1,059,581, which is the only way these two Manhattan lofts are close to each other. (Unless you consider 6 blocks

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8 Greene Street loft sells like 2005, with bonus square foot rant + some stalking

rich history of appreciation, stuntedIf yesterday’s post showed how tough The Market was in 2009 (it did: ground floor loft at 7 Worth St proves how bad 2009 was), today’s post will show how weak The Market has been compared

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