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Classic Soho Loft Implements Curious Pricing Strategy

Here's one for the curious pricing history hall o' fame: unit #2C at 95 Greene Street, a classic five-story cast-iron loft building in Soho. We're not sure how to read the spastic pricing peaks and valleys since the 1BR, 1.5BA loft went on the market in April 2010, but its latest reduction (a whole $5, as if the psychological threshold of a $2.3 million ask if just too much to bear) got our attention. The highest listing price, $2.7 million, was in February of this year. For all that unrest, the apartment is pretty spiffy: exposed brick, 14-foot ceilings, original cast-iron columns, seven industrial-sized windows, and sleek-and-chic interior decoration by DDC.
· Listing: 95 Greene Street #2E [StreetEasy]