How Much to Live in a Loft in Manhattan's Greenwich Village?

  • November 13th 2009

by Mark Wellborn

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In our weekly departure from DC-related real estate fare, we bring back the popular price-guessing game for homes in other metropolitan areas. In this installment, we head back to New York City where we ask you to give us the price of a two-bedroom loft in Greenwich Village.

How Much to Live in a Loft in Manhattan's Greenwich Village?: Figure 1

The two-bedroom, two-bath loft measures out at approximately 2,700 square feet, and with 13-foot ceilings and almost 60-feet of windows, anyone that has dreamed of living in a loft in New York City will fulfill that dream if they buy this property. The home is in need of a few improvements, particularly something that will provide more natural light to the bedrooms. That said, we warn you that any guess below $1 million is just silly.

Post your guesses in the comments section below. And remember, be fair and don’t do any research of your own.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/how_much_to_live_in_a_loft_in_manhattans_greenwich_village/1513.

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