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setting a record in NoLIta, as 354 Broome Street loft with single window barely breaks $/ft record

Manhattan loft volume comes at a price at the (other) Ice House When we were last at 354 Broome Street, it was to note the setting of a new building record (on a price per foot basis), in my July

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81 White Street loft takes a year to sell as the very not-prime Tribeca loft it is

comping can be very hard in odd micro-nabes like way northeast Tribeca The Manhattan lofts that sell over ask and in mere days hog all the headlines. “Refreshing” is certainly not the word the seller or sales team might associate with the

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55 White Street loft beats ask by 8%, peak by 15%

a lot of light from second floor There are some fancy numbers assocaited with the “2,006 sq ft” Manhattan loft #2B at 55 White Street: it sold on September 3 for an even $4mm, 8% higher than the asking price;

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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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funky loft at 55 White Street with funky history sells quickly in misleading fashion

  not all of Tribeca is in a frenzy I am not saying that the full recent listing history of the “2,221 sq ft” triplex Manhattan loft #1C at 55 White Street is intentionally misleading, but the explicit part of

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9 White Street penthouse loft created $2.5mm in value after 2010

  how to increase value without increasing space I had a bit of an email conversation this week with a Manhattan Loft Guy reader about the “3,500 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the top of 9 White Street, which had

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42 White Street penthouse loft sells with 1 bedroom, 5 outdoor spaces at $2,786/ft (before adjustment)

living large (and alone) for $4.65mmI can read the broker babble (“2 bed”) as well as the next guy, but the floor plan and pictures associated with the “1,669 sq ft” Manhattan loft #6 at 42 White Street make it

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imagine getting creamed on a $1,400/ft resale (46 White Street loft seller did)

does it make a difference if you know you will?At first glance, you’d think the seller of the “2,881 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 3rd floor at 46 White Street (Woods Mercantile Building) would be thrilled selling on June

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291 Seventh Avenue loft sells after many (many) years

our long national nightmare is overThe fact that the Manhattan loft on the 4th floor of 291 Seventh Avenue that sold on April 15 nearly doubled in value since it was purchased in July 2002 is hardly the most interesting

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replete loft at 39 White Street just misses $1,000/ft but flies through market

a secret for far too longThe “1,925 sq ft” Manhattan loft on the 4th floor at 39 White Street sold on February 7 for $1.92mm but somebody kept it a secret until the deed was filed on March 26. It’s

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