This 2-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home is located in one of Manhattan’s premier new development projects, 141 Fifth Avenue. Designed with a more traditional approach with the highest level of finishes, complementing the fully restored ornate 1897 terra cotta detailing, copper cupola and curved plate glass storefronts on the exterior of the building, unit 7C is a highly detailed home perfect for a sophisticated palate. This residence features 10.5-foot ceilings, oversized windows, English-style handpainted custom kitchens with walnut and marble island and handturned balusters, 6 burner Wolf range, glass door Sub-Zero, Miele coffee system, Waterworks freestanding tub, fixtures and fittings, custom mosaic bathroom floors and wood framed fluted glass doors.
A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
House of the Week: 21 East 22nd Street, 10F
New York Post
Michael Rubin’s co-op listing at 21 East 22nd Street is highlighted in this ‘House of the Day’ feature. With modern upgrades, outstanding exposures and a stylish layout, this home is perfectly situated in the heart of the Flatiron District and close to all the local conveniences and attractions this neighborhood has to offer. (more…)
Known for its stellar art galleries, popular restaurant scene and the newly developed High Line, Chelsea is easily regarded as one of New York City’s most coveted neighborhoods. Coupled with Manhattan’s exciting housing market activity, it’s no wonder why people continue to flock to the West Side when looking for a new home. Take a look at these three CORE listings, each offering a glimpse into why Chelsea is such a hotspot.
Featuring North, East, and South exposures, approximately 2,693 square-feet of space and hardwood flooring throughout, this mint-condition home is a great buy. Unit 4E offers custom-built bookshelves, high ceilings, 17 windows which are 8-feet tall, designer kitchen and bathrooms, central air, two bathrooms and a washer/dryer. The master bedroom has a windowed, en suite five-piece bath and a walk-in closet. Located in the Chainworks Building, additional amenities include a part-time doorman, keyed elevators, private storage units, bike room, outdoor residents’ lounge with gas grill and a rooftop sun-deck with Empire State Building views. (more…)
As the real estate industry reflects on last quarter’s staggering numbers, it’s easy to become disillusioned by the exuberance seen throughout the Manhattan housing market. With properties listed above the $10,000,000 mark becoming the norm, homebuyers are having a tougher time finding the ideal home that doesn’t break the bank. Below are three gorgeous new CORE listings that offer the gracious layout of a two-bedroom for less than $2,000,000.
This spacious Westside home offers the best in Midtown living. The dramatic, mint-condition duplex condo is now available in Worldwide Plaza, a full-service condominium. Masterfully renovated, this modern and chic 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home faces South, affording skyline views and great light from oversized windows. Featuring a great room, working fireplace, powder room and a sprawling 600-square-foot terrace, this home offers great value for its size and desirable location. Building amenities include a gym, pool, residents’ lounge, roof deck and garage. (more…)
There’s nothing quite like a Manhattan penthouse. Whether it’s the luxurious amenities, the panoramic views or the abundance of space, these properties are not only rare, but also the most sought after by many discerning buyers. Below are three of the hottest penthouse listings on the market that this city has to offer.
This 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom sun-filled penthouse offers the best in East Side living. Complete with two large terraces that flow nicely from the entertaining and dining spaces, the home offers the perfect harmony of luxury and privacy. Boasting almost 2,000 square-feet of indoor space, this spacious home also comes complete with unparalleled amenities and all the premier white-glove amenities a condominium has to offer. (more…)
In today’s low inventory market, it’s a challenge to find a suitable apartment in the City, much less one that exceeds buyers’ wildest expectations. Because of this, homes with luxuries such as wine cellars, breathtaking master closets and private gardens stand out. Below are three spectacular properties that have some of the most exquisite “extras” New York City has to offer.
CORE is delighted to confirm that sales have officially launched at 241 Fifth! The New York Times got an exclusive look at the project and spoke with the project’s Director of Sales, Doron Zwickel.
Boasting 46 condominium units conveniently situated between 27th and 28th streets, 241 Fifth also carries the unique distinction of being the only ground-up construction residential project in the trendy neighborhood of NoMad. Designed by Eran Chen of ODA-Architecture, these homes offer an inspired blend of sophisticated and contemporary style right in the heart of the Manhattan.
Residents will enjoy views overlooking the historic Flatiron District and Madison Square Park. Thoroughly modern interior design elements will include stained white oak flooring and white-finished fixtures from the Zuchetti-Kos Faraway Collection. Residences also feature oversize windows, kitchens with a suite of Miele appliances, bathrooms with a deep-soaking tub, glass-enclosed shower and solid teak wall detailing.
The building’s amenities package features 24/7 concierge, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and weightlifting equipment, a Zen tranquility room for yoga, Pilates or meditation, a residence lounge and private wellness treatment room, which offers a serene space for massage or beauty treatments.
An exclusive landmark address with unparalleled detail, 241 Fifth promises to be the most desirable residential destination in NoMad. We’ll have more news soon, including details on the 241 Fifth launch party!
A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
Introducing the Upper East Side’s New CORE
In celebration of CORE’s new Madison Avenue office, our good friends at The New York Observer hosted a night of mingling, good food, and outstanding conversation last Wednesday at Rouge Tomate. The New York Observer was also celebrating the launch of their new lifestyle section “NYO”, with guests of the party getting a first look at the new publication. Guests included CORE brokers and staff, industry professionals, developers, architects, members of the media, and other invited guests.
Living Large: A Townhouse in the Sky
Adrian Noriega’s penthouse listing at 15 West 20th Street was the highlight of last week’s “Living Large” segment with Emily Smith. The Flatiron District home, equipped with over 2,000 square-feet of terrace space, private elevator access, and several other upgraded amenities, represents the best in luxury city living.
With today being the first day of spring, having this week’s feature of “Three of a Kind” showcasing the Flatiron District seems pretty fitting. Home to Madison Square Park, the renowned Flatiron Building, and a host of outdoor activities and nightlife, Flatiron is one of New York City’s most attractive destinations and the perfect location for taking in the sites on a beautiful spring day. Here’s a snapshot of three properties located in the area:
This inviting, yet modern condo, perfectly situated in Union Square West, features all of the exquisite details that make luxury living in New York City unique. With cast-iron arched windows reminiscent of the famous Tiffany building, you’re sure to get an unparalleled view of the Flatiron District and let in this season’s gorgeous natural sunlight.