Today’s “Photo of the Week” captures a beautifully serene view of New York City. Shot by CORE’s very own Ben Jacobs, this picture was taken from the south side of Madison Square Park at 5 East 22nd Street, overlooking the Flatiron District, NoMad, the Empire State Building and beyond. With new development projects nearby such as 241 Fifth, this bustling neighborhood continues to gain popularity among tried-and-true New Yorkers as well as those new to the city, offering countless cultural attractions, shopping and fine dining options.
Since being featured in The New York Times, Jarrod Guy Randolph’s newest listing at 845 United Nations Plaza has generated a great deal of buzz in the real estate community. Located on the 32nd floor of the Trump World Tower, this elegant and modern home played host to CBS2’s “Living Large” crew, hosted by Emily Smith. Today’s Photo of the Week shows a sneak peak of next week’s segment, already being hailed as one of the most entertaining “Living Large” segments in the past few years, according to Emily.
This expansive home has been elevated to a new level of luxury after three years of meticulous renovation. The distinctive 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom residence spans nearly 95 feet across, showcasing panoramic views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline and the East River. One of the most notable features of this home is a triple soundproof home theater, wrapped in leather and Maccasar ebony wood and complete with a Wisdom Audio Sage Series sound system and Krell receivers.
In the spirit of The Winter Olympics, today’s “Photo of the Week” features CORE agents Mirie Zwickel, John Harrison and Sean Attebury braving the recent blizzard to head out for a ski trip at Belleayre Mountain. Belleayre is the only state-run ski resort in New York and the drive up and back offered as much adventure as hitting the slopes. Created in the 1940s by New York State, Belleayre offers 173 acres of winter activities on a 3,500-foot mountain.
As New York City braces for yet another blast of snow, today’s “Photo of the Week” highlights a gorgeous moment in time from this week’s wintry scene. Snapped by CORE CEO Shaun Osher, this photo was taken from 600 Madison Avenue, during an afternoon meeting. The nearby treetops of Manhattan’s iconic Central Park were covered in bright, white snow, creating an absolutely gorgeous view from above.
As New Yorkers brace for another round of cold weather, today’s “Photo of the Week” showcases a pleasant change in scenery. Taken by Doug Bowen, this sunset is set at Buzzards Bay from Scraggy Neck in Cape Cod. Taking a much deserved retreat, Doug was able to snap this amazing shot, only moments after working on negotiating a complicated land acquisition deal. “We need to find inspiration wherever we can,” says Doug. “Not hard to do on the Cape.”
Today’s “Photo of the Week” features CORE agents Doron Zwickel and Sean Attebury in front of the historic Ambassador Theater, alongside Broadway and television actress Bebe Neuwirth. Following Ms. Neuwirth’s debut performance in the hit Broadway musical Chicago, Doron and Sean were able to meet the noted actress, who played the role of Mama Morton. Chicago has been hailed as the longest-running Broadway musical and Bebe Neuwirth also made history playing all three female lead roles in the show Tuesday night when she took the stage.
Today’s “Photo of the Week” features a stunning image of Patrick Mills in front of one of the most phenomenal examples of architecture in the world. During the holidays, Patrick traveled overseas to Dubai, where he visited the Burj Khalifa building. Standing 2,717 feet high, the Burj Khalifa, which recently celebrated its four-year anniversary, is the world’s tallest building. “It’s an amazing piece of architecture and a once in a lifetime experience being at the top,” says Patrick. “Hope that this is a sign of a great start to the New Year!”
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Taken from the rooftop of the Upper East Side’s One Museum Mile, today’s “Photo of the Week” shows a stunning view of Central Park and the iconic Manhattan skyline. Ben Jacobs captured this gorgeous photo, which highlights the natural beauty of one of the nation’s most renowned public parks. One Museum Mile, designed by legendary architect Robert A.M. Stern is the perfect synthesis of all things quintessentially New York — a world-class address, sweeping Central Park vistas and an exceptional design. Comprising 116 units, this building offers a 24-hour doorman/concierge, gym, children’s play room, teen game room, live-in super, parking, roof deck and swimming pool, making New York living that much more special.
Drawing crowds of thousands to the sunny Miami Beach strip, this year’s Art Basel plays host to nearly 300 international galleries, showcasing the finest in modern art. This week, CORE’s own Michael Rubin and Patrick Mills attended the renowned art show, taking in the sights of the different events and exhibits. “I enjoy coming to Art Basel because I love the emerging art that is featured here,” said Patrick. “Additionally, I meet the most incredible people from all over. As an artist myself, I find inspiration from the expressiveness and diversity of the art and the people involved.” Considered one of the world’s premier art showcases, the event attracted several notable celebrities, such as Alex Rodriguez, Heidi Klum, Russell Crowe and Lindsay Lohan, among others.