A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“Walker this way”
New York Post
The Post’s real estate cover story on the booming new-construction condominium market in Manhattan led with a preview and rendering (right) of Walker Tower, where CORE will launch sales in June. Max Gross wrote, “The building — a 53-unit 1929 Art Deco colossus designed by Ralph Walker, which is being converted into condos with prices expected to average around $3,000 per square foot — still has an amendment pending with the state Attorney General’s Office and isn’t expecting to start sales until June. So things are hush-hush until then.”
“Chelsea’s Pricey Walker Tower Conversion Shows Itself”
Following up the Post’s preview of Walker Tower, Curbed shared an additional rendering of the building’s soon-to-be-restored Art Deco entrance, adding, “Some of the detailing matches the facade, and this entrance is probably as close to these apartments as most of us will get.”
New York Post
Tom Postillo’s and Natalie Rakowski’s loft listing at 56 Warren Street in TriBeCa, a 3BR/1BA co-op with 2,020 square feet and 12-foot ceilings, was highlighted following its $2.35 million sale.
Square Feet: A Downtown Duplex with a Slide
LXTV “Open House”
Elizabeth Kee takes viewers on a tour of her and Lindsee Silverstein’s duplex penthouse exclusive in the A Building, which features an indoor slide.