The Real Estate Board of New York’s annual “Deal of the Year” Awards was held last night, October 25, 2012, at the Metropolitan Pavilion. CORE’s Limor Nesher was honored for her work at 251 East 110th Street where she conducted a unique art tour of the neighborhood to attract potential buyers to her townhouse listing which offered a gallery space. Emily Beare, Shaun Osher, Brittley Jarrell and Adrian Noriega enjoy the evening’s festivities in the photo above.
It seems that every media outlet’s real estate section has been consistent with covering multi, multi-million dollar properties lately. Continuing that trend is the New York Post, which launched their new luxury section, Alexa yesterday. This finely curated broadsheet “showcas[es] the most exclusive real estate for sale in and around the city.” CORE Managing Director, Emily Beare, is not unfamiliar with the world of ultra-high-end properties so it’s no surprise she was interviewed for her listing at 15 Central Park West. Additionally, the floor plans for the home were featured in a separate story with in the publication. Although we already released the floor plan to this amazing combination unit on the CORE Blog, theNew York Post took there coverage a step further and included highlights from each room. See their detailed floor plan below complete with insider tips.
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Today, Curbedfeatured 93 Worth’s new window installation – a wraparound wallpaper that highlights some of the building’s unique features such as a vaulted lobby, common rooftop with a bar and BBQ station, children’s playroom and a dog washing station. Set in the middle of this wallpaper are various snapshots of features and fixtures within 93 Worth’s residences.
Now one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City, in the late 19th to mid-20th centuries, the Village was once a well-known artists’ haven, bohemian capital and the East Coast birthplace of the Beat movement. Our new 1-bedroom on Bleecker truly captures the sensibilities that made this neighborhood such a cultural and artistic melting pot: the 11-foot ceilings, large windows and original columns tell a story of the building’s history while details like the purple kitchen cabinetry, unique mosaic tile back splash and colorful accent walls add an artistic aesthetic to this truly one-of-a-kind home.
Mickey Conlon gave LXTV’s Open House a tour of he and Tom Postilio’s striking listing at 211 East 51st Street. Topping the recently converted building, this penthouse offers unmatchable Manhattan skyline views from private, wrap around terraces. The expansive 7-room interior brings together elegance and innovation with premium finishes and fine detailing. This home is embodies luxury, New York living.
The purchase of the Upper East Side’s Rothschild Mansion was purchased last week by Leroy Schecter for $25 million. CORE’s Emily Beare was featured by Bloomberg for bringing in the buyer. The piece was also picked up by The Real Deal. Emily Beare is currently marketing Schecter’s property at 15 Central Park West which is already setting Manhattan real estate records.
New Yorkers are all too familiar with the lack of closet space in Manhattan apartments. CORE’s Michael Graves commented on the history of the “generally overlooked” amenity. Luckily the trend seems to be leading architects and interior designers to craft residences with an emphasis on smart storage options.
Set against a crisp, fall sky, this photo demonstrates an example of the old-versus-new architecture which makes New York City a design masterpiece. Once the world’s tallest building for a mere 11 months, before being ousted by the likes of the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center, the Bank of America Tower, and now, One World Trade Center, The Chrysler Building is still one of our favorites in New York City and remains a stunning example of classic Art Deco architecture.
We are excited to announce the publication and release of thepremiere issue of The Sargent Report: Tribeca. Tony Sargent designed a new take on The Sargent Report to provide a concise and comprehensive review of Tribeca’s luxury real estate market. This issue includes a summary of sales and market activity, details on future new developments, and the neighborhood’s most recent, noteworthy condo sales.
Sales volume for overall Manhattan real estate is at historic highs, while inventory and new listings are at five-year lows. However while luxury property sales remain high, an increase in entry-level sales draw overall averages down slightly.
In Tony’s experience of selling Tribeca luxury condos and co-ops, he has recognized that the area is a very strong micro-market with its own sales dynamics.
Publishing The Sargent Report: Tribeca is a result Tony’s vision and objective to provide residents and buyers of Tribeca high-end condominiums with the best possible advice, analysis, predictions and insight needed to make confident real estate decisions.
Penthouse are the epitome of luxe Manhattan living. They are the crowning residence of a building and their high perch affords them the most spectacular views. When it comes to New York City real estate, acquiring a penthouse home solidifies your place at the top. Below are three listings, each embodying the expected grandeur of penthouse residences.
Penthouse are the epitome of luxe living. They are the crowning residence of a building and their high perch affords them the most spectacular views. When it comes to New York City real estate, acquiring a penthouse home solidifies your place at the top. Below are three listings, each embodying the expected grandeur of penthouse residences.
When it comes to a home with views it’s hard to top this listing. With floor-to-ceiling windows and an open floor plan, the penthouse at the Link offers scenic views of Manhattan including Central Park and Times Square. As if that wasn’t enough, an adjacent, private terrace allows for panoramic spectating of the city.
My first seasonal newsletter began in the summer of 2008, and in 2011, I re-branded my newsletter as Lisa Graham Lifestyles as a source for my clients’ real estate needs, as well as lifestyle, design and wellness suggestions. My intention for this newsletter is to stay connected with my clients, friends and family and to help them maintain harmony in their lives and home which can be challenging, especially in the fast pace of New York City. I have always had a passion for both real estate and wellness and my background in health coaching has inspired me to help people with their real estate needs in a more holistic way, with a focus on well-being in the home. Ultimately, your home is a reflection of you and your lifestyle and I enjoy purposefully assisting people in a way that positively supports movement and growth bringing harmony into their lives. Currently 700+ people receive my newsletter and the list is growing…
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In New York City real estate, penthouses are typically prize-worthy, and the duplex penthouse at 211 East 51st Street is no exception to the rule. Listed by Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon for $5.6M, Mickey recently gave LXTV’s Open House a tour of this property which features double-height ceilings, walls of windows and terraces on both floors. Watch the video above for an insider’s look at this spectacular penthouse.