A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“The Hunt: A Three-Bedroom; Anywhere Is Fine”
New York Times
“The Hunt” column followed along as a couple looking for a three-bedroom condominium in Manhattan decided to purchase at CORE’s One Museum Mile development on Fifth Avenue.
“Harlem’s real estate renaissance”
One Museum Mile is also featured in this look at the Harlem real estate market, which has been surging, Metro reports: “As the summer approaches and the market catches its post-recession bearings, no area in Manhattan has heated up as quickly as Harlem.”
“Former NAACP head lists Tribeca apartment”
The Real Deal
Bruce Scott Gordon, the famed executive and former head of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, listed his apartment at 166 Duane Street in Tribeca for $5.75 million through CORE’s Michael Graves. Find out more about this great loft apartment here.
“New LIC Condo One Murray Park Officially Hits the Market”
“A happy on-sale date to One Murray Park,” Curbed wrote, “the first new condo project to hit the Long Island City sales market in more than a year.” Marketed by CORE’s Doron Zwickel, the new 45-unit condominium development hit the market with an announcement on the CORE Blog.
We don’t normally equate low-rise townhouses with great views, but the sights from this new 4-bedroom townhouse at 257 Berry Street in Brooklyn include a panoramic vista from the Williamsburg Bridge all the way to Midtown, a breathtaking glimpse of life on both sides of the East River. Sunsets from this terrace are stunning, too, as the Empire State Building lights up in the distance.