A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“Houses of the week”
New York Post
The very cool full-floor loft at TriBeCa’s 77 Hudson Street, where historic wooden beams intersect with opaque glass walls (above), was spotlighted by the Post, which talked about the “contemporary floor plan in a classic loft space.”
“Goodbye Malaria, Hello Condos”
New York Times
In his Big Deal column on the luxury real estate popping up along the north side of Central Park, Alexei Barrionuevo cites CORE’s new 1280 Fifth Avenue project as one of the buildings where an amazing Central Park view can be had for relatively cheap, and he speaks with CORE’s Tom Postilio and Parul Brahmbhatt about the building.
“Slide home: stairs optional at this East Village pad”
New York Daily News
The East Village penthouse with an indoor steel slide, listed by CORE’s Lindsee Silverstein and Elizabeth Kee, is fun for all ages, the Daily News reports, including people in their 70s. The unique duplex has been getting some unique press, as we mentioned last week, including a very cool video made by Curbed, and write-up by New York magazine.
“3 tips to seal the deal on your new home”
CORE Managing Director Tom Postilio offers advice for first-time buyers.
This classic full-floor loft in TriBeCa at 77 Hudson Street, an intimate 5-unit condominium, caught our attention with its contrast of old wooden beams and contemporary partitions, allowing for privacy without breaking up the loft flow. This makes the 1,700 square foot space feel even bigger, and the opaque glass doors allow light to fill the entire space. Focus on the details and the apartment is even more impressive: direct key-locked elevator access, three exposures, a nicely outfitted kitchen and a huge 21′ x 37′ Great Room. Plus, the layout is flexible, meaning more bedrooms if needed. No wonder lofts are so in demand. Check out the below interior view for a glimpse of the unique design.