A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
Residential Sales Around the Region
New York Times
The sale of the colorful Flatiron District loft at 15 West 20th Street (aka Altair 20) by CORE’s Adrian Noriega, a 2,300-square-foot pre-war condo that closed for $3.375 million, is featured in the New York Times’s snapshot of recent sales.
10 Unique Multimillion Dollar Homes
The “Slide Penthouse” in the East Village’s A Building (click here to see more coverage of the apartment), listed by CORE’s Elizabeth Kee and Lindsee Silverstein, is highlighted in a slideshow on unique multimillion dollar homes.
New York Times
Gail Dunnett, whose Studio D firm recently staged model apartments at One Museum Mile, offers advice to a Times reader who asks about whether to furnish a spare room as a bedroom or office when putting the property on the market. “The more bedrooms the better,” Gail says.
Though lofts are some of the most sought-after homes in New York, some people do find the converted spaces a little cold and impersonal. One trick to warm those rooms up: add some color, which the sellers of this high-end loft condo in the Flatiron District have done. This unique 2,300+ square foot home in the Altair 20 building has more going for it than an interesting paint job, of course. The apartment’s huge living area is complemented by three full bathrooms, a working fireplace, a laundry room, central home audio system and electric window shades. And then there’s the beautifully finished full kitchen, which will make any at-home chef jealous. See it below: (more…)