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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.”



 

Spotlight On 93 Worth: Making Headlines and Evoking Glamour

28 August, 2014 posted by: CORE

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As one of Downtown Manhattan’s preeminent new development properties, 93 Worth has continued to maintain its position as one of the most coveted luxury buildings in the city. This week, the Tribeca condominium made headlines after it was named 2014’s best-selling building in New York City, according to Curbed NY. With data pulled by Property Shark, 93 Worth sold more units so far this year than any other development in Manhattan. With a median price of $1,578,288, 73 units have been sold to date since sales launched in 2012.

This news comes on the heels of 93 Worth setting the stage for the Fall 2014 issue of DuJour Magazine. With actress Katie Holmes gracing the cover, the featured fashion editorial piece was shot inside of 93 Worth’s Penthouse 3. With its classically appointed yet modern aesthetic, Katie was photographed inside of the penthouse, with a stunning downtown skyline serving as the backdrop. Check out this season’s cover and more photos taken during the shoot after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »



 

Pop Artists Give Gramercy’s 21st Precinct a Facelift

26 August, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Last week, Gramercy’s former 21st Precinct opened it’s doors to art enthusiasts and neighborhood residents for a unique exhibit of pop art co-hosted by our client Suzuki Capital. Showcasing the work of 55 pop artists, the interior of the four-story building, located at 327 East 22nd Street, was adorned with murals and art installations throughout. Curated by Robert Aloia of Outlaw Arts, the show featured work by RAE, N. Carlos Jay, Pixote, Pesu, Salvador Elmundu, Al Diaz, URNew York, ASVP and others.

The site is slated to undergo a residential conversion to a 10-unit condominium, with CORE’s Tom Postilio, Mickey Conlon and Natalie Rakowski leading sales efforts for the project.

Take a look at more photos from the exhibit after the jump, courtesy of Gothamist. Read the rest of this entry »



 

Curbed NY: Park Slope Duplex With 18-Foot Ceilngs Asks Under $1 Million

25 August, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Last week, Doug Eichman and Ben JacobsPark Slope listing, located at 267 8th Street, was featured as Curbed New York’s Six Digit Club featured property. On the market for $995,000, this duplex condominium features a loft-like entertaining space, with soaring 18-foot ceilings, an oversized living/dining room with open kitchen and private south-facing terrace. The two-bedroom home is located in Eight by Eight, a recently developed condominium in the neighborhood.



 

6SqFt: $9K/Month Greenwich Village Apartment Available for the First Time in 20 Years

11 August, 2014 posted by: CORE

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After being on the market for the first time in twenty years, John Harrison and Michael Rosser’s latest rental listing at 19 West 10th Street was featured in this 6SqFt piece last week. The one-bedroom, full-floor garden apartment offers a flexible layout which can be used as a spacious one-bedroom or accommodate up to three bedrooms. Situated in the neighborhood’s Gold Coast, the home offers access to some of the neighborhood’s most popular eateries and shopping destinations.



 

New York Observer: Historic Tribeca Townhouse Sells for $5.5M

28 July, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Last week, Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon’s Tribeca townhouse listing at 37 Harrison Street was profiled in the New York Observer, following its sale. Purchased for $5.5 million, the home was originally listed for $3.75 million and quickly entered into contract after only one week of being on the market. According to the team, the first open house attracted more than 100 potential buyers, including actor Jake Gyllenhaal. The home closed on July 21st at nearly 47% above its asking price and exactly 100 times what the seller paid for the property in 1975.



 

New York Observer: 15 Renwick Street Plans September Sales Launch

24 July, 2014 posted by: CORE

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CORE is excited to announce the sales campaign of Soho’s latest new development project 15 Renwick. Developed by IGI-USA with ODA Architecture as the leading design team, sales are slated to launch this September. Covered by the New York Observer, news of the project broke yesterday, with Eldad Blaustein of IGI-USA providing insight on the building’s creation. “In the original plans, it was a glass building, a curtain wall from bottom to top, and we changed the façade, added more industrial elements, consistent with the cast iron architecture of the neighborhood,” he said. “It has a more industrial finish and the apartments will all have exposed columns.”

Aside from its sleek design, the project has also garnered attention for its unique marketing approach, notably four different “characters” situated in the renderings. The imagery integrates the historical, Victorian era of the Renwick legacy with the creative persona of today’s Hudson Square resident. The provocative images include a shirtless boxer sporting contemporary tattoos, complemented by an aristocratic-styled woman with modern-day nail-art.



 

How 93 Worth Changed Tribeca

08 July, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Come behind the scenes at the 93 Worth penthouse kickoff to hear how IGI-USA, ODA Architecture, and CORE collaborated on the concept, design and development for the building. As a new pre-war conversion on the eastern edge of Tribeca, the building has proven itself within the neighborhood community and emerged as covetable location to live. The evening included the Michael Arenella Band. After sundown the view included a projection of The Great Gatsby, in addition to a clear view of the Empire State Building to the north and One World Trade to the south.

The 92-unit condo is representative of the evolving face of Tribeca and downtown. Building amenities include a concierge, a common rooftop with panoramic city views and a kitchen station, a children’s playroom and a dog-washing area. The building features seven-foot windows, open kitchens, and original exposed steel columns.



 

The New York Times: On the Market in New York City

07 July, 2014 posted by: CORE

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In this past weekend’s issue of The New York Times, Patrick Lilly and Adie Kriegstein’s Soho listing at 196 Sixth Avenue, 4/5B was featured as one of last week’s premier “On the Market” properties. This sun-drenched pre-war duplex loft faces east with dramatic 20-foot ceilings and a grand open layout, highlighted by a sculptural metal and wood staircase, working fireplace, full-height exposed brick cut-out and a 14-foot modernist window. The home is also ideally located near local transportation and Soho’s most popular shopping districts.



 

What’s New: West Village Sophistication on Bank Street

03 July, 2014 posted by: CORE

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Where: 56 Bank Street
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Asking: $7,395,000
Listed by: Doug Eichman and Ben Jacobs

Located in the West Village, this stretch of Bank Street is a mix of turn-of-the-century apartment houses and simple Greek Revival townhouses. Erected in 1833 for the Reverend Joseph Carter, this 20-foot wide, three-story townhouse has recently undergone an extensive restoration. The brick front is constructed in Flemish bond, the fascia board of the roof cornice is original, and the Six over Six windows add to the attractive historic facade. The wrought iron hand railings of the stoop are original and the unusual openwork circular newel posts, set on stone bases, are surmounted by pineapples of painted brass.

The main floor of this residence is an expansive entertaining space including a large dining area with a working fireplace and an oversized chef’s kitchen with abundant storage. The open architectural staircase and glass panel curtain wall allows abundant light to flood the entire home. Down the stairs from the main floor is a charming English basement. Having its own private entrance, this complete bedroom/studio space includes an efficient Pullman kitchen, full bath, working fireplace and views of the bluestone patio.

The second floor features a loft-like, light-filled great room featuring high ceilings, five windows and a working fireplace against a brick accent wall. Upon arriving on the third floor, one enters the spacious master bedroom suite. With a spa-like, five-piece master bathroom, abundant closets, working fireplace and oversized dressing area, this is a luxurious private retreat. On the fourth floor, with sun-filled village exposure, one ventures out onto the rooftop. Recently replaced, this new roof can easily be landscaped to create additional private garden space.

Named after the Bank of New York, which established an eight lot bank in 1798, Bank Street is a mere six block street that runs between Greenwich Avenue and the Hudson River. Historic, picturesque, and intimate, this tree lined street is home to many colorful residents and memorable institutions while remaining close to fashionable boutiques, award winning restaurants and charming cafes. Residing on Bank Street offers the quintessential West Village living experience.



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