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Embracing Development on Renwick Street

20 October, 2014 posted by: CORE

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The Wall Street Journal featured a profile on the long-hidden block of Renwick Street, a single block situated between Spring and Canal Street’s in Hudson Square. Home to four new developments under construction, Renwick Street’s storied history as a location for a number of horse stables has recently undergone a business and residential face lift, as the neighborhood experiences a new wave or development and growth. “I would venture to say that Renwick Street is probably the most changed block in New York City,” says CORE CEO Shaun Osher. At the forefront of the neighborhood’s latest residential development, CORE is managing the sales and marketing efforts at 15 Renwick, a 31-unit residence slated for completion in 2015.



 

Two-Bedroom at One57 Lists for $10.75 Million

06 October, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Located in New York City’s tallest residential tower, Emily Beare’s listing at One57 was profiled last week in the New York Observer. On the market for $10.75 million, unit 44B was originally purchased for $7.02 million in April, serving as as an example of Manhattan buyers purchasing in luxury condominiums and profiting in their resale soon after. Designed by famed Danish architect, Thomas Juul-Hansen, the two-bedroom home is accented by 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, expansive views to the south and west and solid rift sawn oak ebony floors throughout.



 

The New York Times: Fort Greene, Brooklyn: A Neighborhood With Many Faces

29 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Last week, The New York Times featured a neighborhood story documenting the explosive growth and popularity of Brooklyn’s Fort Greene. Noted for their expertise in the area, CORE’s Doug Bowen and Paul Johansen’s listings at 274 Vanderbilt Avenue and 159 Carlton Avenue were both showcased in the piece. According to Doug, the average Fort Greene townhouse price in the last year was $2,043,153, while co-ops averaged $628 a square foot.



 

New York Spaces: Autumn Equinox

22 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Located in the highly-regarded Manhattan House, Emily Beare and Christian Rogers‘ Upper East Side listing at 200 East 66th Street was featured in this month’s issue of New York Spaces. Boasting 2,588 square-feet of interior space, a 3-bedroom/3-bathroom layout and southern, western and eastern exposures throughout, unit A1202 was showcased alongside several other properties located throughout the city, including CORE’s 30 Bond Street, PH.

Noted for having one of the largest private gardens in the city, Manhattan House also offers several exclusive services for residents, including a 24-hour doorman, full-time residence manager, Exhale Spa, fitness center and yoga studio, hotel-style concierge services, rooftop Manhattan Club with panoramic views and landscaped outdoor seating, playroom, and on-site parking with valet services.



 

Spotlight on 93 Worth

17 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

Now one of Tribeca’s most coveted new development properties, 93 Worth’s unique pedigree as a former textile factory has maintained its presence throughout the building’s thorough design. Boasting high ceilings, exposed beams and rustic finishes, the video above takes viewers on an inside look at how 93 Worth has evolved into a modern fixture in Downtown Manhattan’s residential landscape. “When the building was built, I believe it just came together beautifully,” says Eldad Blaustein, CEO of IGI-USA, the developer behind the project.

With two penthouses on the market, units PH2 and PH3 are two of the best condo’s in the building offering expansive views of downtown.



 

New York Observer: No Room for Blues: Jazz Musician Drops Westside Townhouse for $11M

15 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

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After making headlines when it first hit the market with CORE, Jazz legend David Sanborn’s Upper West Side townhouse was featured in the New York Observer last week, following its recent $11 million sale. Originally listed for $12 million, 135 West 69th Street was a self-proclaimed labor of love for Mr. Sanborn and his wife, featuring meticulous renovations throughout and a sound-proofed studio on the top-floor, housing several of David’s musical accolades. The home was listed by Tom Postilio, Mickey Conlon and Shaun Osher and boasts five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen and four woodburning fireplaces.



 

The New York Times: Million Dollar Parking Spot

09 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Marking the official launch of CORE’s latest new development 42 Crosby, The New York Times covered a classic illustration of New York City’s robust luxury residential market. Situated on the corner of Broome and Crosby Streets, the 10-unit Soho building was profiled after unveiling plans to provide private parking to residents for $1 million per space. With space at a premium in NYC, parking is the number one most requested amenity in residential development. “We’re looking at setting the benchmark,” said Shaun Osher. “In real estate, location defines value and parking is no exception to that rule.”



 

Bello Magazine Sits Down with Ioan Gruffudd

04 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

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In this month’s issue of Bello Magazine, Tony Sargent and Shaun Osher’s Noho listing at 30 Bond Street played host to the online publication’s seven-page spread featuring actor Ioan Gruffudd. Known for his roles in several noted full-length films such as Fantastic Four, Horrible Bosses, Titanic and Black Hawk Down, Gruffudd has also acquired notoriety for his television roles in shows such as Glee, Necessary Roughness and Family Guy. When sitting down with the Bello crew, Ioan opened up about his previous acting gigs, current roles and his newfound discovery of social media. “I just arrived to Twitter this week,” he says. “I don’t know how it works yet or how you get more followers. I haven’t quite grasped the hashtag element of it.”

Check out Ioan’s interview in Bello here. For behind-the-scene photos taken during the shoot, take a look at more shots after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »



 

Greenwich Village’s Best Kept Secret

02 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

Consistently ranked as one of the most in-demand neighborhoods in Manhattan, Greenwich Village continues to attract residents and visitors thanks to coveted real estate, and an array of dining and nightlife options. As the neighborhood maintains its allure for both residents and developers, the area has consistently seen record-setting sales figures. Tucked away on a quaint back street, 17 Minetta Street is a very special home in a great location. In this video, Patrick Lilly discusses what makes this unique home so attractive. From its 19th century Federal-style aesthetic to a private garden, the townhouse offers a distinct design from New York’s leading architects and designers, Zhenya Merkulova and Alan Tanksley.



 

New York Post: Hudson Square Coming Alive with New Condos

01 September, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Last week, downtown’s increasingly popular Hudson Square was covered by the New York Post in this neighborhood trend piece. Documenting the latest in the area’s growing real estate market, the article provided readers with insight on the neighborhood’s transformation into a coveted Manhattan destination for both tourists and residents alike. CORE’s latest new development project 15 Renwick was profiled, which recently unveiled it’s unique marketing campaign. When asked about the appeal of this 31-unit condominium, Shaun Osher says “The product is different fundamentally than anything on the market right now.”



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