93 Worth Launches Residential Sales

05 December, 2012 posted by: CORE

The sales office at 93 Worth

The sales office at 93 Worth

After months of behind-the-scenes preparation, in a dash to the finish line, we’re excited to announce that sales have kicked off at our new downtown development project, 93 Worth. As reported in the Wall Street Journal, the market is hotter than ever in Tribeca, despite the neighborhood’s effects from Superstorm Sandy and buyers and brokers are not dissuaded.

After over a year of construction and renovations, we’re excited to share that the sixth floor model units are now ready. Buyers and brokers alike will now be able to check out the fully staged 3-bedroom, split 2-bedroom and studio model units which boast exposed steel columns, 7-foot casement windows and custom, hand-brushed patina brass fixtures throughout.

30 of the 92 units at the Tribeca development have been released and the sales office is now open. For more information, please visit


Photo of the Week: Mural at 93 Worth

16 November, 2012 posted by: CORE

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We know you’ve been waiting with baited breath for any information about our new Tribeca development at 93 Worth. There’s been a lot of buzz (including the project gracing the cover of New York Post’s fall new development preview), but not much information has been shared on this new conversion project. Amid the construction this week, we captured a mural artist painting the 93 Worth logo on the alley which will greet potential buyers as they enter the building to check out the model units.


93 Worth’s Newest Addition

24 October, 2012 posted by: CORE

93 Worth exterior signageThe New York Post recently included 93 Worth Street on the cover of its fall new development preview, and since the project’s announcement, 93 Worth has been getting ready for its close up.

What’s the latest on this building’s transformation?

Today, Curbed featured 93 Worth’s new window installation – a wraparound wallpaper that highlights some of the building’s unique features such as a vaulted lobby, common rooftop with a bar and BBQ station, children’s playroom and a dog washing station. Set in the middle of this wallpaper are various snapshots of features and fixtures within 93 Worth’s residences.


CORE in the News

09 October, 2012 posted by: CORE

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.

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“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.


A Closer Look at 93 Worth

27 September, 2012 posted by: CORE


With all the buzz about CORE’s 93 Worth Street project in TriBeCa, we thought it was the perfect time to provide a closer look at what this historic former garment factory will look like once construction is complete. Designed by ODA, the newly reconfigured luxury condominium building will offer 92 units — studios to four-bedrooms — in one of Manhattan’s most in-demand downtown neighborhoods.

In a nod to the old and the new, 93 Worth Street, which dates back to 1924, will sport a very modern penthouse addition on top. The existing facade below will be cleaned and restored, and new picture windows are being installed. For an update on how the building looks now (and a peek at those new windows), check out the photo CORE CEO Shaun Oster posted on Facebook earlier this month. For more information on the building, keep your eye on


CORE in the News

24 September, 2012 posted by: CORE

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.

“Slim supply gives condo prices new pop”
Record rents, low interest rates and wealthy buyers looking to invest their fortunes are all helping to pump up the condominium sales market, Crain’s reports. One of the projects benefiting from the lack of new inventory is CORE’s Walker Tower development (above). “Walker Tower is shattering record prices for downtown,” CORE CEO Shaun Osher tells Crain’s. For more on Osher’s take on the current real estate market, read his comments on the new housing shortage.

“Trophies On Display: In Gaga Global New York, the Loudest Listings Bag the Billionaires”
New York Observer
In the Observer’s look at the current culture within Manhattan’s luxury real estate world (”If you’ve got it, flaunt it. That’s the new rule of thumb in luxury real estate, anyway.”), CORE Managing Director Emily Beare commented on the important roles advertising and publicity play in marketing expensive properties.

“What’s new”
New York Post
The Post’s big fall real estate preview featured CORE’s upcoming 93 Worth Street project on its cover. The former garment factory in TriBeCa, built in 1924, will launch sales later this fall with prices from $1,250 to $2,000 a square foot. Click here for more on the project.


93 Worth Street Previewed

20 September, 2012 posted by: CORE

core_93worthNYPsFlip open the New York Post today and you’ll see CORE’s upcoming 93 Worth Street project on the cover of the Home section. The TriBeCa luxury condominium building, a conversion of a garment factory and office building built in 1924, was announced last October, and now there are finally specifics to share. Here’s what the Post has to say (you can find the story online here):

Built in 1924, 93 Worth St. began as a garment factory. For the past 50 years, it has served as an office building. And now it has met its destiny — the same destiny as so many buildings in this city — as a luxury condominium. The 13-story TriBeCa building will offer 92 units, studios to four-bedrooms, priced from $1,250 to $2,000 a square foot. Amenities will include a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, playroom, lounge and 3,845-square-foot roof deck. On the ground floor will be 10,000 square feet of commercial space. Sales will start this fall.

The 93 Worth website recently launched with a sign-up form for more information. Head over there and sign up to be among the first to get details of the building’s sales launch.


CORE in the News

20 August, 2012 posted by: CORE

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.


“Signs Are Up At 93 Worth”
Lat fall it was revealed that the 13-story office building at 93 Worth Street in Tribeca would be converted to luxury condominiums, with CORE’s Doron Zwickel leading the sales and marketing efforts. Now Curbed has spotted some new signage at the site. We’ll have more on 93 Worth in the weeks ahead.

“Manhattan’s 15 Central Park West Fuels Ultra-Luxury Condo Surge”
The listing of steel magnate Leroy Schecter’s two combined apartments at 15 Central Park West, which recently made headlines when CORE’s Emily Beare put it on the market, has attracted new attention to the famed building, Bloomberg reports: “Schecter’s apartment offers unobstructed views of Central Park to the east and the Hudson River to the west. The property is a combination of two units, one of which was rented by New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, that were purchased in 2008 for a total of $26 million, according to Emily Beare of CORE, the broker representing him. Schecter is renovating the space. ‘It’s almost like a work of art,’ Beare said. ‘It is an investment. You’re investing in one of the best properties in the world.”

“Walker Tower wows ‘em”
Real Estate Weekly
In a look at CORE’s ultra-luxury Walker Tower development in Chelsea, Real Estate Weekly gets an update on the building from co-developer Michael Stern of JDS Development: “‘The buyers are primarily New Yorkers, moving from uptown, Tribeca or SoHo,’ said Stern, adding that only one buyer so far is foreign. Though units at the building are unusually large, some buyers have opted to combine apartments.”


5 Things You Didn’t See on this Week’s ‘Selling New York’

06 July, 2012 posted by: CORE

HGTV’s “Selling New York” follows CORE agents as they navigate the country’s most competitive—and compelling—real estate market. Here’s our behind-the-scenes look at Episode #513, which first aired on July 3, 2012. For more SNY recaps, click here.

CORE CEO Shaun Osher has the difficult task of convincing a developer to ditch his current plans for a new condominium in order to achieve the highest possible sales prices. Although he is an expert when it comes to new construction and converting buildings to luxury residences, Shaun has to go the extra mile to show developer, Eldad Blaustein, what buyers look for in condos in TriBeCa.

After touring Eldad’s soon-to-be converted building at 93 Worth Street, Shaun decides to take him on a tour to explain his ideas for the building. Shaun shows Eldad some typical TriBeCa lofts and also takes him on a walking tour of the surrounding neighborhood to get a better idea of what buyers appreciate and look for when purchasing in the area.

In the end, Shaun’s hard work pays off and Eldad agrees to change his planned layouts to mirror Shaun’s suggestions. Also, Eldad awards Shaun with a deal to market and sell the condos at 93 Worth Street once they’re completed. Keep on reading for some exclusive behind-the-scenes information on what didn’t make it into last night’s episode of Selling New York and what happened after the cameras stopped rolling!

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Tribeca Building to be Transformed

05 October, 2011 posted by: CORE

CORE_93worthNew residential developments are what everybody is talking about in the New York City real estate world these days, and Crain’s just let word slip of one of the newest: 93 Worth Street (right), a 13-story former office building that was just purchased for nearly $50 million by the Izaki Group. The 165,000-square-foot building will be converted into 92 apartments to be sold and marketed by CORE. Built in 1924, the vintage-looking 93 Worth Street is located along a booming stretch of Broadway in TriBeCa, the downtown Manhattan neighborhood that has become synonymous with converted loft residences and the celebrities who love them.

CORE executive vice president Doron Zwickel told Crain’s that apartments will range from studios to four-bedrooms, and be priced from $1,250 per square foot to $2,000 per square foot. “The prices will be in line with other residential developments in the neighborhood,” he added. “We will be competitive and aggressive.” Amenities at 93 Worth Street will include a gym, children’s playroom, residents’ lounge and 3,845-square-foot roof deck, but renovations have yet to begin, so this one’s still a bit in the future. And based on what we know about new Manhattan development heading forward, that future is looking more and more bright.



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