“Take the Fifth”
Financial Times (12/9)
The influential international newspaper sees big things happening on upper Fifth Avenue, including CORE’s new development along Central Park, 1280 Fifth Avenue (right), which is seeing lots of interest from foreign buyers. CORE CEO Shaun Osher recently spoke about the building’s wide appeal.
“Inside a Revamped and Relisted $7.46M Tribeca Condo”
CORE Managing Director Vickey Barron’s penthouse listing at 60 Beach Street, a stunning loft building in TriBeCa, caught the attention of Curbed because of the condo’s extensive high-end renovation. Check out the “after” pictures.
“Broker Beat: Core Group’s Shaun Osher”
Shaun Osher spoke with Gotham about the CORE’s pioneering use of technology in the New York real estate space. Said Osher, “We live in a world of transparency. Both buyers and sellers should embrace the technology and use it as an asset.”
“A ‘Cozy Treat’ in SoHo”
Wall Street Journal (12/4)
The 600sqft townhouse co-op listed by Ivana Tagliamonte at SoHo’s 47-49 King Street may be on the small side, but it’s getting big attention. Curbed loved its cuteness, and now the historic home has been featured as a Wall Street Journal “House of the Day.” Check out the slideshow for a full tour of the “cozy” charmer.
“Meet Walker Tower, the Newest Pre-war Building in Town”
New York Observer (11/14)
CORE’s newest development is Walker Tower, and news of the building was broken on the CORE Blog. The Observer followed that up with a look at the Chelsea building’s pre-war credentials. The weekly writes, “So if you’re looking for a new pad and want the pre-war facade without the pre-war maintenance fees, this might be a good place to start.” At right is an undated archival photo of Walker Tower.
“Chelsea’s Sleeping Giant Remade as Luxury Condos With 14-Foot Ceilings”
Curbed also jumped on the Walker Tower news early, cementing the building’s status as a spring blockbuster-to-be. Here’s a taste: “One of the more remarkable features is its lofty ceiling heights—since each floor is nearly 15′ tall, the whole building looms over its neighbors, affording gobsmacking panoramic views to the south, west and north.”
“$849,000 for an 1830s 1BR With a Very Cozy Footprint”
For its “Six Digit Club” feature, highlighting the best listings priced under $1 million, Curbed took a look at Ivana Tagliamonte’s co-op listing at 47-49 King Street, which is a landmarked 1830s Federal-style brick rowhouse. Wrote Curbed, “OMG, cute.” We concur.