This architecturally unique five-story, 25-foot wide townhouse offers four to six bedrooms as well as three full and two half baths and is equipped with a private garage, elevator and a 20-foot, glass-paneled facade. The gracious design incorporates a modern aesthetic design with sleek finishes and transom windows, while keeping the beautiful original exposed brick and charm.
The first floor showcases a grand living and entertaining space with soaring 22-foot ceilings, Juliette balcony, a 20-foot wall of windows, and a wood-burning fireplace. The second floor boasts an open chef’s kitchen with granite countertops, top-of-the-line Sub-Zero and Viking appliances, an island breakfast bar, all open to the formal dining area with skylight. This level also features a formal sitting area that leads to a floating mezzanine level. The third floor of the home includes three bedrooms, one of which opens to a large private deck and another boasting a wood-burning fireplace, along with a full Italian-designed bathroom. The master suite occupies the entire fourth floor of the townhouse, boasting 12-foot ceilings, a fireplace and a windowed Italian-style bathroom with double sinks, spa tub for two, shower, bidet and a skylight.
Equipped with an outdoor private, bi-level cedar roof deck and a basement with recreation room and laundry center among other features, this elegant home is located only moments from Chelsea’s famed art galleries, fashionable boutiques and chic restaurants.
This exquisitely renovated 3-bedroom home is now available at The Morad Executive. The beautiful and spacious corner unit offers southern exposures and garden vistas from its expansive rear terrace that stretches across the entire length of the apartment. The windowed kitchen has a breakfast bar, granite countertops, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The oversized bedrooms have an abundant amount of closet space, perfect for generous storage options. The apartment also offers hardwood floors throughout and three bathrooms that have been sumptuously and tastefully re-imagined.
500 East 83rd Street is a full-service luxury cooperative with a 24-hour doorman and concierge, health club, heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, landscaped roof deck, laundry room, bike storage, storage room and on-site garage. This is a pet-friendly building, conveniently located near Carl Schurz Park and the East River Promenade.
Last night, another CORE listing graced the airwaves, as Doug Eichman and Ben Jacobs‘ Sutton Place penthouse was featured in the latest segment of “Living Large” on CBS. Hosted by Emily Smith, Doug took the CBS2 crew on a tour of this exquisitely renovated home located at 419 East 57th Street, complete with handcrafted crown moldings, almost 900 square-feet of terrace space, custom marble fixtures and spacious rooms throughout. Doug and Ben’s gorgeous home was also featured in the most recent issue of the New York Post’s ALEXA section, named as one of New York City’s “Luxe Listings.”
A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
Last night, Jarrod Guy Randolph’s Trump World Tower listing at 845 United Nations Plaza was featured on this week’s segment of “Living Large” on CBS2, hosted by Emily Smith. Spanning an expansive 95 feet across from East to West, this 32nd floor home is the product of a meticulous three-year renovation, complete with a triple soundproof theater room, a catering kitchen, hidden bedroom and other top-of-the-line amenities and features. Building amenities at this renowned high-rise building include white-glove doormen and concierge service, 24-hour valet, a 5,000-square-foot, newly renovated health club and spa, 60-foot lap pool, private wine cellars, World Bar and room service by Megu.
For more information on this extraordinary home, check out it’s recent write up in The New York Times here.
Spectacular light floods this spacious 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom condominium. The home’s large living and entertaining spaces flow perfectly together and lead to a wonderful 50-square-foot private terrace. Floor-to-ceiling windows with three exposures allow light to stream in throughout the day. The open kitchen features a Bosch oven, SubZero refrigerator and wine cooler, and very generous storage space. Central air conditioning, washer/dryer and deeded storage complete the home. A guest suite for visitors is a wonderful amenity that can be rented per night and is serviced by the building. Additional building amenities include onsite parking spaces for sale, a gym, pet spa, bike room, media room with pool table, a fully landscaped roof terrace with grill and separate dining and lounge areas.
A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
Priciest, Cheapest Listings to Hit the Manhattan Market This Week
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Jarrod Guy Randolph’s newest listing at 845 United Nations Plaza is featured in this “Priciest” roundup. This 32nd floor combination unit is currently on the market for $25 million.
Since being featured in The New York Times, Jarrod Guy Randolph’s newest listing at 845 United Nations Plaza has generated a great deal of buzz in the real estate community. Located on the 32nd floor of the Trump World Tower, this elegant and modern home played host to CBS2’s “Living Large” crew, hosted by Emily Smith. Today’s Photo of the Week shows a sneak peak of next week’s segment, already being hailed as one of the most entertaining “Living Large” segments in the past few years, according to Emily.
This expansive home has been elevated to a new level of luxury after three years of meticulous renovation. The distinctive 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom residence spans nearly 95 feet across, showcasing panoramic views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline and the East River. One of the most notable features of this home is a triple soundproof home theater, wrapped in leather and Maccasar ebony wood and complete with a Wisdom Audio Sage Series sound system and Krell receivers.
In this month’s issue of The Real Deal, Emily Beare was recognized in the magazine’s Data Book supplement. As one of New York City’s most well-respected and successful brokers, her rental deal at 15 Central Park West was listed as one of the top transactions of the year, priced at $125,000 per month. In today’s Q&A, Emily provides insight on the intricacies of this city’s real estate market and her own personal journey within the industry.
How was your listing at 15 Central Park West different than other deals you’ve worked on?
This listing was different because it is simply one of the city’s most iconic buildings. It was very exciting to work on a property of that level. The building is world-renowned and designed by an acclaimed architect, setting it apart from other buildings. The people that came through the door were some of the most interesting folks I have had the pleasure of meeting.
How do you see the Manhattan real estate market evolving?
2013 was the year of irrational exuberance. It will be interesting to see how 2014 unfolds, with rising interest rates and the uncertainty of a new mayor. Developers are hoping to keep up the pace of these record-breaking numbers, but there may be some push back from buyers. It is difficult to know how deep the ultra-luxury market is. We may just find out in 2014. (more…)
This expansive home in Trump World Tower has been elevated to a new level of luxury after three years of meticulous renovation. The distinctive 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom residence spans nearly 95 feet across, showcasing panoramic views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline and the East River.
Located off the sprawling foyer, the living and dining rooms flow openly and capture northeast views of the Queensboro Bridge. The Poggenpohl-designed kitchen is outfitted with Sub-Zero and Miele appliances and Caesarstone counters and floor.
A private master suite is located on the eastern side of the residence, which includes his/her baths and walk-in closets. Also found on the wing is a triple soundproof home theater, wrapped in leather and Maccasar ebony wood and complete with a Wisdom Audio Sage Series sound system and Krell receivers.
On the western side of the residence are two bedrooms, a library, family room with built-in home office, and a catering kitchen. All systems are linked to the Savant Home Automation Control, including blinds and shades. Finishing touches include wide plank wood floors, Lutron HomeWorks shades, Simonswerk hinges, a central AC system, and art-protective UV tinting on all windows.
Trump World Tower welcomes its residents through a private drive with a 24-hour valet. Building amenities include white-glove doormen and concierge, a 5,000-square-foot, newly renovated health club and spa, 60-foot lap pool, private wine cellars, World Bar and room service by Megu.