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When the project launched sales last fall, 93 Worth kicked off the transformation of the residential corridor of Eastern Tribeca. The four-block stretch of Broadway between Worth and Walker Streets will be bringing 430 new condo units to the market. Other developments in this area include 350 Broadway, 101 Leonard, 346 Broadway, the Franklin and several smaller boutique projects.

Along with an  innovative and successful marketing strategy, 93 Worth’s Director of Sales, Doron Zwickel,  has helped the project achieve a strong sales velocity, and today, there are only nine units remaining, including four yet-to-be-released penthouses. The New York Times reported on this trend in an article out today:

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Monday, July 8th, 2013

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

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Clinton Hill: All the Requisites, Plus Great Bones
The New York Times
Doug Bowen is featured in this article, where he provides agent expertise on the up-and-coming Clinton Hill neighborhood. Noted by Doug, the neighborhood boasts “A lot of pride in the residents…Even renters show up to neighborhood association meetings.” Doug’s $2.275 million listing at 105 Cambridge Place is also highlighted.

Boldfaced Buys
Gotham Magazine
Lisa Graham’s listing at One Museum Mile, located in the hot neighborhood of Upper Central Park, is noted for its luxurious space and new celebrity tenants, Carmelo and La La Anthony.

Native Italians Gone, But Little Italy Buzzes
The Wall Street Journal
Ivana Nikolic and Win Brown’s Mulberry Street listing is highlighted in this article noting Little Italy’s “vital, neighborhood feel.”



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Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
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One Museum Mile Announces 25 New Sales in Past Three Months
City Biz List
One Museum Mile, one of CORE’s newest developments, is featured for 25 new sales in the past three months, including one record-breaking listing.

New York’s Real Estate Power Brokers: Part I
The Steeple Times
Mother and daughter duo Emily Beare and Elizabeth Beare are named “New York Real Estate Power Brokers” by Oliver Estreich. Their listing at 407 East 75th Street is also featured.

Residential Sales Around The Region
The New York Times
Oliver Brown’s transaction at 25 East 77th Street is highlighted in this roundup.



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Monday, September 17th, 2012

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

“Argentines Turn Cash Into Condos in Miami”
New York Times
Alexei Barrionuevo’s latest Big Deal column, on South American — and particularly Argentinian — buyers looking to invest their savings in Miami and New York real estate, highlights One Museum Mile (right) as a new luxury development in Manhattan that is getting lots of investor interest.

“CORE to open retail office on UES”
The Real Deal
CORE’s exciting announcement of a new Madison Avenue office is covered by The Real Deal, which writes, “The firm, which was recently ranked by TRD as the city’s top boutique brokerage based on the value of listings, has inked a 10-year lease for a 3,500-square-foot office at 673 Madison Avenue that will open next spring, the spokesperson said. A gut renovation of the place will begin this fall.

“Residential Sales Around the Region”
New York Times
The sale of the Chelsea Skyhouse, a triplex penthouse at 213 West 23rd Street listed by CORE’s Emily Beare and Christian Rogers, is featured. The trophy apartment, with 6,000 square feet of private outdoor space and a 30-foot atrium, sold for $8.2 million.



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Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

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
CNBC
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.

Market Ready
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.



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Monday, August 27th, 2012

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

core_emilybeare082712“The Most Pampering, the Highest Fees”
New York Times
CORE Managing Director Emily Beare (right) commented on Manhattan’s hotel co-ops in Alexei Barrionuevo’s latest “Big Deal” column, which took a close look at the higher fees (and higher level of service) found at classic buildings like the Carlyle and the Pierre. The Real Deal also chimed in on the story.

“Sheik of E. 71st St.: Qatar PM doles out $47 million for double-wide townhouse”
New York Daily News
Sheik Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, the Prime Minister of Qatar, has ended his headline-grabbing NYC housing hunt at 22 East 71st Street, a large beautiful townhouse the Sheik reportedly paid $47 million for. CORE’s Jarrod Guy Randolph, who is very active on the Upper East Side, provided some analysis: “A townhouse may have been the right move for this guy from the beginning. The upper East Side townhouse market is strong, but it doesn’t have the cachet of a new condominium, especially among foreign buyers. We’re not even close to the $100 million townhouse sale.”



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Monday, August 13th, 2012

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

“The Rewards of Patience”
New York Times
CORE CEO Shaun Osher and CORE’s Walker Tower development (above) are featured prominently in this New York Times column on high-end real estate projects that waited out the worst of the economic downturn and now stand to perform well in the current thriving luxury property market. The Times‘ Alexei Barrionuevo writes, “[D]omestic buyers are also circling, and are especially eager to buy downtown, developers say. And as downtown projects go, nothing seems as primed to capitalize as quickly on the favorable market conditions (for the industry) than Walker Tower, the Chelsea building originally designed by the architect Ralph Walker that is now being converted into 50 condominiums.”

“Turning Double Play Into Big Single”
Wall Street Journal
Steel magnate Leroy Schecter is combining his two 35th-floor apartments at 15 Central Park West — one of the most successful and famous residential buildings in New York City — and has listed the massive spread for $95 million with CORE Managing Director Emily Beare. It is one of Manhattan’s most expensive listings.

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Monday, August 6th, 2012

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

$1 million worth of staging at Joan Collins's Dorchester apartment

$1 million worth of staging at Joan Collins's Dorchester apartment

“Joan Collins’ midtown east apartment gets a makeover”
New York Daily News
Legendary actress (and diva) Joan Collins put her three-bedroom, three-bath apartment in the Dorchester at 110 East 57th Street on the market with CORE’s Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon, and the Daily News got a tour of the “Dynasty” star’s abode: “Postilio and Conlon, partners in work and life, saw an opportunity to restore Hollywood glamour that was diminished when Collins shipped many of her belongings to her homes around the world. They worked with interior designer John Lyle to put more than $1 million worth of rugs, chairs, art and other items to help the home show better.”

“On the Market”
New York Times
The Times‘ weekly look at new properties on the market includes a slideshow on 141 Fifth Avenue #22, listed by Emily Beare and Elizabeth Beare, and a previous CORE Blog featured property. The Times writes: “This condo offers a mix of classic and contemporary styles; bathrooms have mosaic floors and Waterworks fixtures. The English-style custom kitchen has a marble counter, a six-burner Wolf range, a glass door Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Miele coffee system.”

“Beyond Walker Tower”
The Real Deal
The August issue of The Real Deal includes a profile on Walker Tower co-developer Michael Stern of JDS Development, and the magazine provides an update on Walker Tower’s strong sales to date: “Stern, now 33, is working with residential brokerage Core to sell the building’s 50 units, some of which have already traded for up to $3,400 per square foot, he said. Despite having just hit the market in June, the building is already more than 25 percent sold.”



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Monday, July 23rd, 2012

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

“Living Large: $7 Million Manhattan Penthouse In Full-Service Boutique Building”
CBS
CBS 2’s Emily Smith goes inside the stunning 3,000-square-foot Chelsea penthouse in the Emory condominium (watch the video above), designed by star designer and party planner Colin Cowie. The duplex apartment, with custom hidden storage compartments, a wet bar and a private outdoor rooftop entertaining space, is listed by Emily Beare.

“Big Deal: Shooting for the Moon”
New York Times
CORE CEO Shaun Osher commented extensively on the next wave of trophy properties to hit the market in Manhattan, saying, “What makes a trophy property is the fact that it really is an intangible, priceless object, like a piece of art. This part of the market is not a rational decision, it is an emotional one.” CORE’s brand new Walker Tower project, and its upcoming $50 million penthouse, is singled out as a new trophy residence for well-heeled buyers. The story was also covered by The Real Deal.

“Tapping the Last Central Park Addresses”
The Epoch Times
A story about development along the north side of Central Park highlights One Museum Mile as the latest luxury development to take advantage of the burgeoning neighborhood.

“Inside New Chelsea Luxury Conversion Walker Tower”
Curbed
An extensive photo gallery inside the brand new, fully furnished model residence at Walker Tower.

“Open House”
NBC/LXTV
Michael Graves’ 72 Reade Street condominium listing in TriBeCa was featured as the intro property on LXTV’s “Open House.”



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Monday, June 25th, 2012

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

“Dream Homes”
New York Post
The High Line home at 520 West 19th Street listed by Emily Beare and David Beare for $6.875 million (above) was a “Dream Home” last week. The New York Post wrote, “Ideal for entertaining, this 3,353-square-foot, four-bedroom condo in a full-service boutique building on Architect’s Row (that’d be West 19th Street) serves up stellar views of the Hudson River, the High Line and the Manhattan skyline.”

“Condo Boards Take a Stand on Delinquencies”
New York Times
Elizabeth Kee commented on how co-ops and condos handle residents who are behind on their maintenance fees in the Real Estate section cover story in the New York Times over the weekend.

“One Rincon brings in reality TV stars to push penthouses”
San Francisco Business Times
Maggie Kent’s appearance in San Francisco to discuss her career and starring role on “Selling New York,” covered last week on the CORE Blog, also included a visit to a new luxury development.



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