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!
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 93worth.com.
It’s been a hot winter for The Cammeyer, the beautiful loft building at 650 Sixth Avenue in Chelsea’s historic Ladies’ Mile District that is one of CORE’s top new developments. Built in 1892 and once home to the world’s largest shoe store, the 67-condominium project is now 80% sold, the CORE Blog can reveal. While sales continue at a brisk pace in the building, The Cammeyer is also getting attention for making a grand entrance–literally. Interior Design magazine has an interesting story about the evolution of lobby design in Manhattan real estate. “The boutique lobby, a new subspecies, has invaded,” ID writes, and The Cammeyer, with a lobby designed by architect Eran Chen of ODA, is spotlighted. Check out Chen’s explanation for the lobby’s look: (more…)