Last week, the Wall Street Journal named Jarrod Guy Randolph and Elizabeth Kee‘s listing at 60 Beach Street, 3B “House of the Day.” The Tribeca loft was highlighted for its year-long renovation that included painting the exposed brick white and adding white oak floors in a herringbone pattern. Click below to read more about the renovation and see more of this stunning home!
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
The exciting news of CORE’s new Director of Sales for the Chelsea office, Ryan Fitzpatrick, spread quickly. Ryan commented, “This position is a unique opportunity for me in that it marries my experience in real estate sales with my prior tenure in the corporate world overseeing a team in financial services.”
Who doesn’t love a popularity contest? The Wall Street Journal just published a video counting down the newspaper’s most viewed Houses of the Day in 2011, and CORE properties took the top two spots! Coming in second was the quirky and whimsical “Steampunk apartment” at 120 West 29th Street, known for its interesting antiques and sci-fi soul. The most popular House of the Day was also located in Chelsea, at 232 West 15th Street, a historic townhouse that happens to have a full-size swimming pool in its living room. Check out the video above to get a glimpse inside both one-of-a-kind homes.
The WSJ is also asking readers to pick their favorite 2011 House of the Day. Click here to cast your vote!
Best Place of the Week: 220 Riverside Boulevard New York Daily News (12/16)
The Daily News named this 3,000-square-foot condo (right) in the Upper West Side’s Trump Place its “Best Place of the Week,” and it’s not hard to see why. CORE’s Emily Beare told the paper, “You see the George Washington Bridge to the right, and you can see through the kitchen and see a beautiful view to the left. Wherever you are in the apartment, you see amazing views.”
House of the Day: Chelsea, Storage, Space Wall Street Journal (12/15)
A cool apartment in Chelsea with high ceilings, private outdoor space, all sorts of added storage and a “hiding space” behind the kitchen was the subject of a great Wall Street Journal “House of the Day” slideshow. CORE’s Stuart Sussman and Tom Postilio have the listing at 246 West 17th Street.
Just Sold! New York Post (12/14)
The $1.6 million sale of a 2-bed/2.5-bath condo in SoHo’s Urban Glass House at 330 Spring Street made the Post‘s weekly roundup of big sales around New York City. CORE’s Adrian Noriega had the deal.