Sep. 6, 2013
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 the StreetEasy history shows a quick sale that was not, in fact, very quick.
Jan. 30, 2013
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 the roof, and usually added on rather than part
Sep. 18, 2012
I can’t tell how the recent sellers of the “2,300 sq ft” Manhattan loft #5N at 29 East 22 Street bought the place in 2010, but I can see what they paid then, and what they just got. There’s quite a spread between $2.3mm on September 5 and $1.625mm
Apr. 4, 2012
It has been a while (yes, another Note To Self … reminder) since I have done any look-back posts, dipping into the Manhattan Loft Guy archives for posts that are one (OYATOMLG), two (TYATOMLG), or more years old (FYATOMLG?). My April 4, 2011, late biddi
Dec. 14, 2011
When I saw that the “1,723 sq ft” Manhattan loft #19A at 150 Nassau Street (at the corner of Spruce Street and opposite City Hall Park, basically under the Gehry) sold in a private sale to the upstairs neighbor on November 21 for $1.65mm ($958/ft), my
Mar. 2, 2011
In case anyone thought that this morning’s launch of an occasional new feature (OYAToMLG a new occasional feature / Shakespeare at 144 West 27 Street loft edition) means that you won’t get a new bit of Manhattan Loft Guy musings today, fear not! While
Feb. 16, 2011
When the Manhattan loft #1J at 148 West 23 Street (Chelsea Mews) sold on February 10, they were one day short of the second anniversary of coming to market on February 11, 2009. Remember those cold days of nuclear winter? Taking only 2 short breaks from m
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