Monday, December 16th, 2013

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


Living Large
Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon take Emily Smith and the CBS2 crew on a tour of Michael Feinstein’s Upper East Side townhouse listing. Currently listed at $17.9 million, this elegant townhouse has hosted the likes of several noted celebrity figures, including Liza Minnelli, Stephen Sondheim and Tyne Daly, among others.

The Marketing Mavens of Real Estate
The Native Society
Shaun Osher is featured in this real estate professional Q&A. Discussing the importance of innovation and technology in CORE’s brand philosophy, Shaun says, “I founded CORE on the belief that the real estate industry could be modernized, which is why we value technology so much. We’ve made innovation one of our key marketing tenets from the beginning and, as a result, CORE continues to be a leader in the digital space.”

Owned for 1 Week, Walker Tower 2BR Now Wants $2.9M More
As the first resale listing at Walker Tower, this two-bedroom home makes headlines after seeking a $2.9 million dollar profit after closing last week. Listed by Reba Miller, Susan Rubell and Julia Cole, this home is currently on the market for $7,900,000.

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Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Last night, Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon’s townhouse listing at 143 East 63rd Street was featured in CBS2s evening segment of “Living Large,” hosted by Emily Smith. Home to the musically renowned Michael Feinstein, Tom and Mickey took the cameras on a tour of this 18-room manse, complete with two kitchens, a grand foyer, antique chandeliers throughout, six bedrooms, a meditation terrace, private gym and a gorgeous outdoor pagoda area. Currently listed at $17.9 million, this elegant townhouse has hosted the likes of several noted celebrity figures, including Liza Minnelli, Stephen Sondheim and Tyne Daly, among others.

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Monday, December 2nd, 2013

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


House of the Day: Creating a ‘Cocoon’
The Wall Street Journal
Lisa Graham’s Upper East Side listing at 116 East 66th Street is highlighted in this ‘House of the Day’ showcase. Ideally located only two blocks away from the iconic Central Park, this unique 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom co-op offers stunning custom details throughout, including top-of-the-line appliances, espresso-stained, solid white oak flooring, coffered ceilings, Venetian plaster walls in the gracious foyer and staircase hallway, and custom white lacquer doors.

Rooftop Attractions for Apartment Dwellers
Financial Review
Tom Postilio is featured in this trend piece, discussing the value of rooftop amenities among those shopping for apartments in the city. According to him, the rooftop is a major selling point for CORE’s new development project One Museum Mile, with potential clients enamored by the features found throughout and the view of nearby Central Park and the New York City skyline.

House of the Day: Building a Home up High
The Wall Street Journal
422 East 72nd Street is highlighted as one of last week’s ‘House of the Day’ properties. Listed by Alison Abovsky, this Upper East Side combination unit was meticulously designed by renowned architect Peter Wiederspahn. Located in The Oxford Condominium, building amenities include a 24-hour doorman/concierge, health club and indoor pool, private sun deck with playground, a basketball court and residents’ lounge with catering kitchen

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Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

Group Photo

Last week, David Sanborn and his wife Sofia were kind enough to co-host a cocktail reception in their home at 135 West 69th Street, along with Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon, to benefit The March of Dimes. Currently on the market for $12 million, the couple’s 19-foot-wide townhouse is situated among the area’s most handsome row of brownstones, with several pristine original details included throughout. During the event, everyone got a kick out of checking out Dave’s recording studio, his collection of Grammys and gold records, and the 100 year old teddy bear the couple found in the walls during the renovation of their 1892 townhouse.  CORE CEO Shaun Osher and fellow broker Emily Beare were also in attendance, along with Million Dollar Listing: New York star Luis Ortiz, among other guests.

Be sure to visit Tom and Mickey’s fan page HERE to keep up on the latest from the duo!

Photo Credit: Stuart Ramsom

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Thursday, November 21st, 2013


Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon recently closed on a gorgeous 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom home, situated on one of the most desirable blocks in the heart of Chelsea.  Located at 246 West 17th Street, this loft-like condo closed after only two weeks on the market. Featuring lofty 10-foot ceiling heights, expansive floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, and a juliet balcony, the highest quality finishes have been applied unsparingly. The kitchen features white lacquer cabinetry, top-of-the-line Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. The spacious living and dining room is perfectly proportioned for entertaining, without sacrifice to the privacy afforded by the adjacent master suite. The five-fixture master bathroom, trimmed in creamy limestone, is a triumph in luxury and modernity, and a custom walk-in closet, Bosch washer/dryer and second bathroom complete the space. Designed by award-winning architect Ed Rawlings, this home is located in a full-service boutique condominium, offering residents a 24-hour doorman, gym and residents’ lounge.

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Monday, November 18th, 2013

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


Event Manor: Posh Parties the New Way to Show a Home
New York Post
Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon’s townhouse listing at 143 East 63rd Street is featured in this unique trend piece, the site of an upcoming event open to a select group of brokers and potential homebuyers. “The event brings a lot of different factions together,” says Tom. “It shines a spotlight on the house, which is known for having fabulous events. We’re able to listen to great music and raise money for the [nonprofit] Michael Feinstein Initiative for the Great American Songbook.”

These Shattered Real Estate Records Confirm That Brooklyn is Booming
Business Insider
Pick-up coverage documenting the exponential real estate growth occurring throughout Brooklyn with Doug Bowen providing agent insight. “The townhouse market is in an uncanny place right now,” Doug said. “The velocity of price increases — it’s better than I’ve seen in my 15 years in real estate.”

House of the Week: 229 East 79th Street
New York Post
Adrian Noriega’s 2-bedroom, Upper East Side listing at 229 East 79th Street is featured in last week’s “House of the Week” roundup.

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Monday, November 11th, 2013

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…)

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Thursday, November 7th, 2013

New York City brings us to new heights, so why not dedicate a post to its signature, sweeping views? From the multitude of parks, to water views, to a plethora of iconic buildings, views remain at the top of the list for New York City’s discerning luxury buyer. Below we take a look at three gorgeous new CORE listings that feature some of the best City views on the market.


Where: 241 Fifth Avenue, PH 20
Size: 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom
Asking: $9,750,000
Listed by: Doron Zwickel

NoMad is one of the NYC’s hottest nabe’s and with this stunning, duplex penthouse, not only will you benefit from the City’s best restaurants, bars, parks and shopping, but also the best views. Penthouse 20 features the building’s sole private roof deck and it certainly does not disappoint. Aside from overlooking Fifth Avenue, the roof deck boasts iconic views of NYC landmarks including The Empire State Building, The Flatiron Building and One World Trade Center. And if that’s not enough, you can take these views in from your private hot tub.


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Last week, CORE’s Limor Nesher was featured in this special real estate segment on FOX-NY. Discussing the growing popularity and benefits of the latest “Try Before You Buy” trend, cameras followed Limor, her client Shira Gavrielov and the seller of her East Harlem listing, located at 158 East 100th Street. “Basically, without the pressure of a broker, the buyer can come to the home, stay a few hours, even stay overnight, and just tryout the apartment,” Limor said.

The home’s seller, Richard Bost, is extremely confident in the effectiveness of this trend among potential buyers. “We realized this ‘try it before you buy it’ is a great way to showcase all the great things about the neighborhood and the apartment,” he said.

Check out last month’s segment of Good Morning America, featuring Limor and CORE agents Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon, as they offer more insight on this trend.

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Monday, October 28th, 2013

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


Innovative Ways to Market Real Estate
Epoch Times
Shaun Osher, Tom Postilio and Tony Sargent discuss the importance of innovative marketing among real estate professionals. “While we can’t create the market and we don’t know absolutely what a property is going to sell for, we can make sure it is perceived by the marketplace as well as it possibly can,” Tom says. Tony’s listing at 444 West 19th Street is featured throughout this piece after undergoing a complete staging transformation, allowing the space to be better presented to potential buyers.

Multi-lingual Brokers on the Rise as Apartment Sales to Foreigners Top $2B
Real Estate Weekly
Limor Nesher is featured in this trend piece, discussing the benefits among brokers who speak a second and third language when relating to clients. “It’s important for them to have someone they can trust,” Limor said. “Sometimes, foreign buyers come with English-speaking brokers and they just don’t understand each other.”

Top Residential Dealmakers Turn Out for 25th Annual REBNY Awards
The Real Deal
Reba Miller, Tom Postilio and Doron Zwickel are featured in this event recap. Held at the Pierre Hotel, REBNY’s annual residential Deal of the Year awards ceremony drew some of the most noted residential firms and brokers in New York City.

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