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  • Ryan Serhant and the apartment at Loft 25

    “Million Dollar Listing New York” star and Nestseekers broker Ryan Serhant is moving from 20 Pine Street in the Financial District to edgier West Chelsea, where the market is heating up. The reality star told The Real Deal that he would move into his new digs at Loft25 at 420 West 25th Street tomorrow, after more than two years at the Pine Street property.

    “If you’re not selling on Central Park, you’re selling on Tenth Avenue right now. I follow the deals and like to live within the product I sell,” Serhant said. “If you’re a buyer looking in West Chelsea, would you buy from an agent who lives in the neighborhood or one who doesn’t? Knowledge is power in this business and there’s no better way to educate yourself on real estate than by living there.” [more]

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  • Halstead’s Friedman, left, with Modine

    You won’t see Matthew Modine’s latest film in theaters; instead, it’s on Halstead’s website. The brokerage has produced a new web video (watch it after the jump) to promote Modine’s Chelsea apartment, which is on the market for $2.29 million. The listing came online yesterday, according to Streeteasy.com.

    Modine, known for his roles in “Full Metal Jacket” and more recently in “The Dark Knight Rises,” narrates a portion of the video — telling viewers about the features of his apartment at Loft 25 at 420 West 25th Street. He describes the home’s 17-foot ceilings, its Nordic Ash hardwood floors and its private outdoor space. … [more]

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  • Chelsea’s Loft 25 sells out

    August 19, 2011 02:19PM

    Chelsea’s Loft 25 has completely sold out, according to RAL Companies, which developed the project. The pre-war industrial building, at 420 West 25th Street, was transformed into a residential condominium with 79 loft units starting at $950,000 , the developer said in a statement today and on its website.

    In December 2010, The Real Deal reported that prices had been cut in the seven remaining residences in the nine-story building.
    Miranda Neubauer [more]

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  • (source: MNS)

    New development condominium sales are up year-over-year in both Manhattan and Brooklyn for the second quarter of 2011, according to a second-quarter new development report released today by residential real estate firm MNS.
    In Manhattan, condo sales prices were up 18 percent on an average compared to the second quarter of 2010, the report says. Compared with the first quarter of 2011, the average Manhattan new development price was virtually flat. Even though some condo sales are seeing strong sales, several real estate professionals told The Real Deal earlier this spring that many challenges lie ahead.[more]

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  • New development condominium sales are up year-over-year in both Manhattan and Brooklyn for the second quarter of 2011, according to a second-quarter new development report released today by residential real estate firm MNS.
    In Manhattan, condo sales prices were up 18 percent on an average compared to the second quarter of 2010, according to the report. Compared to the first quarter of 2011, the average Manhattan new development price was virtually flat. Even though some condo sales are seeing strong sales, several real estate professionals told The Real Deal earlier this spring that many challenges lay ahead. – Miranda Neubauer[more]

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