Best Place of the Week: 220 Riverside Boulevard
New York Daily News (12/16)
The Daily News named this 3,000-square-foot condo (right) in the Upper West Side’s Trump Place its “Best Place of the Week,” and it’s not hard to see why. CORE’s Emily Beare told the paper, “You see the George Washington Bridge to the right, and you can see through the kitchen and see a beautiful view to the left. Wherever you are in the apartment, you see amazing views.”
House of the Day: Chelsea, Storage, Space
Wall Street Journal (12/15)
A cool apartment in Chelsea with high ceilings, private outdoor space, all sorts of added storage and a “hiding space” behind the kitchen was the subject of a great Wall Street Journal “House of the Day” slideshow. CORE’s Stuart Sussman and Tom Postilio have the listing at 246 West 17th Street.
New York Post (12/14)
The $1.6 million sale of a 2-bed/2.5-bath condo in SoHo’s Urban Glass House at 330 Spring Street made the Post’s weekly roundup of big sales around New York City. CORE’s Adrian Noriega had the deal.
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“Candela” has become shorthand for a particular type of New York City architecture: classic, vintage, sprawling, exclusive. “Modern” is not typically on the Rosario Candela checklist, which is what makes this condominium at the iconic architect’s 44 East 67th Street unique. The tenth-floor apartment has been re-envisioned by Robyn Karp Interiors, adding a contemporary feel (and new oversized windows) to Candela hallmarks like a rotunda gallery that connects the rest of the rooms. Finding a home in move-in condition in a Candela building is a rarity at this price point, especially just off Fifth Avenue. And in the old world of Candela, even two-bedroom apartments have foyers and service entrances. Check out the floor plan below.