A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“Top Residential Agents of the Week”
The Real Deal
“On the Market”
The history and conversion of Walker Tower was profiled as a “Haute Property.” Ralph Walker’s vision for the building, initially designed as a telephone building, was preserved and honored through the meticulous restoration and the exhibit honoring the architect’s complete body of work. The care for the original details paired with the luxury finishes and amenities make this an unmatchable residence a New York City “masterpiece.”
“House of the Day”
AOL Real Estate
Noted for its stunning views and modern, sleek styling, the combination unit at One Museum Mile was highlighted. The building’s impressive amenities list as well as its positioning near to Museum Mile’s icons make this residence a spectacular opportunity for a buyer to create their dream home.
It’s not news that TriBeCa is one of Manhattan’s most desired neighborhoods, with historic buildings, family-size lofts, Hudson River Park, and a thriving dining scene drawing more A-listers than a Hollywood premiere. Those large living spaces are a big part of the appeal, and with that in mind, here’s our look at some favorite three-bedroom homes on the market right now.
The Duane Park Building is a condominium loft conversion situated (obviously) on TriBeCa’s popular Duane Park, and the building’s roots show in the units. High ceilings and spacious layouts abound, and this three-bedroom home is no different, with over 2,600 square feet of living space. The angled living room and art-friendly proportions add to an aesthetic that the listing photos capture quite well, so check them out.
This beautiful loft in TriBeCa literally just hit the market, and already it’s making waves. Before we even had a chance to reveal the listing as our latest What’s New, The Real Deal published a story noting that the loft’s seller is Bruce Scott Gordon, the powerful corporate executive and former head of the NAACP. Said CORE’s Michael Graves to TRD, “I’m getting pounded with requests to see this apartment and it’s only been on the market for a few hours. There’s a real lack of inventory in this area.”
It’s not hard to see what makes this downtown 3-bedroom condo so intriguing. Located in the full-service Duane Park Building, the corner loft apartment is an art lover’s dream, with 11′ ceilings, open living and gallery areas, and 13 oversized windows. Other features include a top-of-the-line professional chef’s kitchen, a huge master suite with two walk-in closets and a five-fixture marble bathroom, and the building’s communal roof deck. Enjoy more photos of one of TriBeCa’s best available lofts below, and to see the full photo gallery and floorplan, click over to Michael Graves’s listing.