Tag: Warren

2,000 sq ft head to head, Soho loft on Wooster crushes Tribeca loft on Warren

comping is (still) hard in the Manhattan loft niche You can’t have a much more stark comparison between two lofts in the prime Manhattan loft neighborhoods than two approximately 2,000 sq ft lofts that sold on the same day, both

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Warren Street loft shows why Manhattan “lofts” comp by size, “apartments” by bedrooms

someone used a shoehorn in this Tribeca loft living room Way back when, in my first year as a professional residential real estate sales person in Manhattan, I accompanied a mentor on a series of buyer appointments. It being way

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Keystone Loft at 38 Warren Street pushes the envelope, envelope opens

will this sale re-set values in this 2002 south Tribeca loft conversion / expansion? The last time I hit a loft sale in the Keystone Building at 38 Warren Street (March 13, Keystone loft at 38 Warren Street sells up

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56 Warren Street loft renovation added more value than it cost

known unknowns abound I am not unusual in always being interested in the impact that renovation has on value; most people who try to follow a residential real estate niche share that interest. I flatter my niche, perhaps, in thinking

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22 Warren Street penthouse loft sells 6% above ask with 3 terraces, only 2 bedrooms

the limits of the loft formThere is a way to turn the recently sold “2,053 sq ft” Manhattan duplexed penthouse loft on the 6th floor at 22 Warren Street in southeast Tribeca into 3 bedrooms, but it would be hugely

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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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Keystone loft at 38 Warren Street sells up 15% in 11 months

after upgrades, not a renovationHere is another one for buyers who are feeling that (their part of) the Manhattan loft world is moving against them: the “1,850 sq ft” Manhattan loft #7C at 38 Warren Street (Keystone Building) could have

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elevator does not go to top floor at 258 Broadway, penthouse loft sells anyway (eventually, eventually)

 how do you comp a one-flight-up penthouse?There are penthouses, and then there are penthouses. My understanding is that the term originally referred to a residential unit built on the roof, usually having direct (private) access to at least part of

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funny prices of 101 Warren Street resale are not so ha-ha

The Market will correct a too high priceAfter yesterday’s post about a too deep price discount being corrected by The Market, bless her heart (January 28, if robust, The Market will fix a too-low price (at least, it did, at

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was year-end loft sale at 101 Warren Street motivated by tax uncertainty?

the gain might make it worthwhile to have worried about tax uncertaintyMy rant about the Tax Uncertainty Meme that ran through the Manhattan Media Division of the Real Estate Industrial Complex (January 4, in which Manhattan Loft Guy bravely calls

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