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.
A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“Room to Breathe”
Emily Beare shared her insight in a Gotham spread on combination units creating a unique opportunity for buyers looking for properties with generous layouts. The market is in high demand for large listings and combination units are helping to satisfy that need. Beare, whose listing at 15 Central Park West was highlighted, told Gotham “when combining apartments, the whole is greater than its parts.”
“16 New Developments Hitting the Market This Fall”
As we gear up for what is typically the busy season for new developments coming onto the market, Curbed has done a round-up showcasing the most noteworthy projects. CORE’s exciting new development, 93 Worth, was one of the selected properties.
House of the Week
New York Post
Michael Graves’ new listing at 115 Central Park West caught editors’ attention earning it a feature as “House of the Week.” The listing is noted for its prestigious address and breathtaking Fifth Avenue views.