Join The Conversation: “Selling New York” Season 7 Premiere

03 June, 2013 posted by: CORE


The wait is over! This Friday, June 7th fans will be able to enjoy the season 7 premiere of the popular HGTV series “Selling New York“. Set to air in a new time slot at 11:00 AM EST, this week’s episode will feature CORE agents Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon as they sell the home of a celebrated actress. Have you ever wanted your questions about the show answered? Here’s your chance! During Friday’s premiere, join our live Twitter session with Tom and Mickey as they tweet in real time with “Selling New York” viewers right as the episode airs.  Follow Tom at @TomPostilio and Mickey at @mickeyconlon to join the conversation, and of course us at @CORE_RealEstate.  Stay tuned!


CORE in the News

03 June, 2013 posted by: CORE

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.


House of the Day: A Colorful New York Pied-a-Terre
The Wall Street Journal
Ryan Fitzpatrick and Lawrence Treglia’s Sutton Place South listing was highlighted as a featured “House of the Day” property.  The beautifully renovated 2-bedroom co-op is located in a white-glove, Rosario Candela building and offers both original details and modern fixtures throughout. Read the rest of this entry »


Photo of the Week: Rooftop Rendezvous

31 May, 2013 posted by: CORE


Today’s “Photo of the Week” features a breathtaking view of The Chrysler Building and some of New York City’s other iconic landmarks.  Taken by Emily Beare, this picture was captured during a rooftop gathering held on May 15th at 1375 Broadway.  Celebrating the renovation of the development project and its outdoor space, private equity firm Savanna Partners offered guests the opportunity to enjoy the evening’s festivities and take in the scenery overlooking one of the most iconic skylines in the world.


Six Musts Before Listing Your Home

30 May, 2013 posted by: CORE

Congratulations, you’ve decided to list your home for sale! Selling your home is a huge decision, often marking the end of one chapter and the beginning of another – regardless of whether you’re trading up or sizing down. Before asking strangers to trade their hard-earned money for your place, take a moment to look over these tips from Trulia of what every seller should do before listing their home.


1. Organize Your Paperwork. Every homeowner should have a detailed list of all the past repairs, updates, and upgrades they’ve made. This will help your agent know what should be mentioned. Did you redo the floors or install new windows? These are great selling features because they mean less work in the future for a prospective buyer. Also included on this list should be any home warranty information. These warranties will most likely transfer with title of the home.

Read the rest of this entry »


Three of a Kind: Luxurious Rentals

30 May, 2013 posted by: CORE

Renowned across the globe for its unique niche in the real estate market, New York City offers a wide range of options for home buyers and tenants alike. As potential city dwellers continue to pour into the most coveted neighborhoods, the demand for rentals remains at an all-time high – providing the option of experiencing luxurious New York living without the commitment of buying a home. Below are three one-of-a-kind listings that are some of the best rental properties New York City has to offer.


Read the rest of this entry »


What’s New: A Work of Art

29 May, 2013 posted by: CORE


Where: 26 East 63rd Street, 10AB
Size: 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms
Asking: $7,500,000
Listed by: Reba Miller

For those searching for unique, loft-style living in the Upper East Side, look no further than this spectacular listing at 26 East 63rd Street. Located in The Leonori between Madison and Park Avenues, this triple mint condition, Beaux Arts condo offers unparalleled features in the heart of one of New York City’s most coveted neighborhoods.  With views of the iconic Central Park through oversized windows in every room, the 2,797-square-foot home features a 47-foot living and dining space, well-tailored for entertaining guests.  Other amenities include 11-foot ceilings, wood paneling throughout, central air conditioning and a top-of-the-line windowed chef’s kitchen.  A master suite with den and luxurious en suite marble bath completes the home.

Interested in seeing what else this home has to offer?  Take a look at more photos of this stunning property after the break. Read the rest of this entry »


CORE in the News

28 May, 2013 posted by: CORE

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
1280 Fifth Avenue OMM facade

One Museum Mile Announces 25 New Sales in Past Three Months
City Biz List
One Museum Mile, one of CORE’s newest developments, is featured for 25 new sales in the past three months, including one record-breaking listing.

New York’s Real Estate Power Brokers: Part I
The Steeple Times
Mother and daughter duo Emily Beare and Elizabeth Beare are named “New York Real Estate Power Brokers” by Oliver Estreich. Their listing at 407 East 75th Street is also featured.

Residential Sales Around The Region
The New York Times
Oliver Brown’s transaction at 25 East 77th Street is highlighted in this roundup.


Photo of the Week: A Tapestry of Talent

24 May, 2013 posted by: Tom Postilio

Tom Mickey and Nancy

On Tuesday night, legendary singer/songwriter Carole King was awarded The Gershwin Prize for “Popular Song” by President Barack Obama at the Library of Congress.  The two-day celebration concluded at The White House and included a cavalcade of starry musical performances, moving personal tributes and a host of celebrities from the worlds of entertainment and, of course, politics.  Here, Mickey Conlon and I share a joyful moment with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi as we toasted the honoree, whose extraordinary songbook includes such hits as “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?,” “I Feel The Earth Move,” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and “You’ve Got A Friend.”


What’s New: Landmark Views

24 May, 2013 posted by: CORE


Where: 401 East 60th Street, 33B
Size: 2-bedrooms, 3-bathrooms
Asking: $2,300,000
Listed by: Emily Beare and Christian Rogers

Always in demand, yet hard to find, a view of New York City landmarks is a buyer’s dream. Located on the Upper East Side, this elevated 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom apartment features stunning views of the city’s landscape, exceeding all expectations. In addition to 1,527-square-feet of interior space, this newly listed property offers spectacular western views of the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building and Central Park. The apartment also features excellent closet space, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, built-in speakers and a washer/dryer.  Additional building amenities include a 24-hour doorman with concierge service, a garage with elevator access, fitness center, playroom, bike room, storage and a beautiful roof deck.


Agent Education: Lessons Along Park Avenue

23 May, 2013 posted by: CORE


On Thursday, May 23rd, CORE Madison Avenue’s second “Walking Tour” gave agents the opportunity to  gain a deeper insight of their surrounding neighborhood.  Since opening its doors last month, the Madison Avenue agents remain committed to staying current on the intricacies of nearby buildings and their histories. Already well in-tuned with the Upper East Side, this walking tour took agents back to Park Avenue, where, once again, each of them were assigned to a new building to become familiar with the purpose to educate one another along their route.

“As the number one mid-sized firm in Manhattan, we are able to go out on the streets and learn,” said Reba Miller, the Director of Sales of CORE Madison Avenue. “This is what sets CORE apart from larger firms which don’t have the ability to do things like this.”

Participating agents included Lee Frankel, Romina Frecha, Blu Kokin, Keren Ringler, Stephen Gallagher, Jarrod Randolph and Alison Abovsky who explored buildings including 565 Park, 625 Park and 710 Park.  One interesting trend that appeared throughout the tour was that famed 20th century architect, J.E.R. Carpenter, designed six out of the ten buildings showcased.

An informational recap at the end of the tour proved that the agents gained a great deal of knowledge from one another. “There’s never a limit to education, and CORE agents need to make sure they understand the history and real estate market in order to stay current, relevant and familiar,” noted Reba.

Check out some additional photos taken throughout the tour below.

Read the rest of this entry »

Previous / 1 / ... / 31 / 32 / 33 / 34 / 35 / 36 / 37 / 38 / 39 / ... / 103 / Next



max-width : 1024px
max-width : 768px
max-width: 600px
max-width : 520px
max-width : 320px