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Shoe Factory now marketed by A&H also

Looks like Corcoran and Aguayo & Huebener are both marketing the Shoe Factory lofts on Greene Avenue, that, surprisingly, have not been selling well. We wonder why. Decent location compared to 970 Kent, in our opinion.

Quite a victory for the A&H over the Goliath-an Corcoran, to share this project.

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At January 19, 2007 6:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the kent is soo much nicer and that area is getting hot. higher ceilings true lofts.

At January 19, 2007 10:04 PM, Blogger ltjbukem said...

i consider the greene/grand area superior to the kent/dekalb location.

At January 20, 2007 12:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I visited the Shoe Factory lofts and was supremely disappointed with their design. The building had more of a cheap beijing office complex/mini mall feel with metal light teal handles and heavy metal doors...who thinks light bamboo flooring is appropriate to a loft space? The layouts were odd/bad flow... the units didn't retain any of the "early century factory" feel...i didn't see any of the original structure worked into the units. overall, i'm amazed at the poor design of these mid market new condos. Who hires these "designers"? Big waste of money. They deserve to sit on the market.

At January 20, 2007 2:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Innnnnteresting. Question: On this project, does anybody know if A&H is willing to drop their usual (and totally annoying and stupid) practice of refusing to co-broke with buyer brokers? Corcoran, obviously, is a REBNY member and as such must co-broke.

At January 20, 2007 8:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A&H has a practice like other small companies of lifting info off of other company’s web sites. Lots of little companies do it. If a buyer calls them they in turn call the actual agent for an appointment.
Another great reason to boycott non REBNY companies… although they only tend to lift listings that are nice.

At January 20, 2007 5:17 PM, Blogger rebecca said...

I don't see one listing on Ahbrooklyn that any other firm has unless it's a co-exclusive which I guess the shoe factory is. Where as Brooklyn properties advertises things every one has, like the Boreum Hill condos and the Walentas building in Dumbo. BP just seems desperate.

At January 22, 2007 7:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Co-broking is in the best interests of both buyers and sellers-period.Why do people think that the rest of the country and most of the state have a MLS(multiple listing service)? C0-brokerage makes transactions more transparent. Brooklyn is starting to get it with Co-brokerage, say goodbye A&H--it's only a matter of time.If the principals at that company were smart--they would be looking to sell the company in the next year or two.

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