Loft living denotes open space, light and the flexibility to create the home of your dreams. The sprawling space at 21 East 22nd Street, 10GH currently has well-thought-out walls erected to create an entry foyer and hallway which lead into a 33-foot wide entertaining space with open kitchen. The large master suite has a seating area and a nook perfect for a home office. The second bedroom boasts plentiful closet space and a bathroom en suite. With open, southern city views, seven oversized windows and beamed ceilings, what more could you want? Perhaps the option to use the space as-is, or the ability to remove the walls and customize a space perfect for you.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and this newly listed 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment on Perry Street has all of us commenting on its beautiful photos – inside and out. Located at 166 Perry Street, a unique new development where each residence is a corner unit, this modern home is perched above a classic, tree-lined street in the West Village. Floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings and an open layout make this apartment effortlessly warm and welcoming.
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In Manhattan’s high-end real estate market, a home’s address is a defining feature. More than a number on a mailbox, an address represents a neighborhood, history and a chance to live in a prestigious NYC residence. A beautiful, notable building is bolstered by surrounding icons. When it comes to luxury living in the city, close proximity to Central Park is as good as it gets. Below are three listings, each with their own cache, allure and Central Park views.
When it comes to a jaw-dropping address, 15 Central Park West is sure to get attention. The pinnacle of elegance, this Robert A.M. Stern designed building occupies an entire city block and pays tribute to the design of Fifth Avenue apartments from the 1920s. The only post-construction combination unit in the building, this 35th floor residence gives stunning east, west and south views of Central Park, downtown Manhattan and the Hudson River.
The Essex House is not only one of the world’s most celebrated hotels but also one of the most desirable Manhattan residences. This Art Deco style building debuted in 1931 and quickly became an icon easily distinguished by its glowing rooftop sign. Offering unparalleled views of Central Park South, this building boasts the finest amenities to ensure a high-class living experience.
Embodying the classic sophistication and elegance of Manhattan, the Private Residences at the Plaza is 5-star living in every capacity. The Plaza Hotel has hosted a roster of notable names over its storied past and the converted apartments garner the same level of prestige. This home combines the quintessential style touches of the Private Residences at the Plaza with the unique opportunity to own a piece of New York City history.
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, the New York Post took there coverage a step further and included highlights from each room. See their detailed floor plan below complete with insider tips.
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.
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.
Chelsea has recently become known for having a strong presence of new developments sprouting up throughout the neighborhood. However, Chelsea is home to several prewar buildings, each with its own desirable set of characteristics which are true representations of the neighborhood’s historic charms. Here’s a look at three prewar classics currently available.
When walking through North Chelsea, you’re bound to stumble upon tree-lined streets with rows of classic prewar buildings. This recently renovated 1-bedroom with a working fireplace happens to be located on one of those quintessential New York blocks. This apartment’s private terrace also overlooks the building’s lush backyard.
The Slide Penthouse has quickly become one of CORE’s most attention-grabbing listings so we are excited to announce that this truly unique property has been sold. Located in the East Village’s luxury new development, the A Building, this penthouse got its nickname for the large, sculptural steel slide connecting the two levels in its living room. Beyond that, the 2,500-square foot layout boasts a master suite, media/game room, home office, 18-foot, double height atrium and floor-to-ceiling windows providing open city views in every direction.
As if this apartment wasn’t already built for a good time, there is no shortage of jaw-dropping entertaining areas with a selection of private, outdoor spaces as well as north facing and south facing large, glass walled terraces. The A Building is a full-service building with amenities including a 24-hour doorman and concierge, common rooftop sundeck with pool and private cabanas, BBQ grill area and health/fitness center. This is sure to be the perfect home for live, work and play.