House Call: 261 West 25th Street, 7BPH

03 March, 2017 posted by: CORE

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261 West 25th Street, 7BPH

Lawrence V. Treglia
Lic. Assoc. Real Estate Broker

Offered at $3,495,000, this 2-bedroom at The Seymour in the heart of Chelsea features hotel-like amenities in addition to a beautifully designed layout with northern and southern exposures. The home also offers its own private penthouse roof cabana, perfect for warmer days ahead. Stop in this Sunday for an open house tour of this stunning property!

Sun, March 5, 1:30 – 3:00


CORE 10: Lawrence Treglia

10 January, 2017 posted by: CORE


Welcome to CORE 10, an off-the-cuff interview series with prominent CORE figures. Read on to learn more about this week’s guest, broker Lawrence Treglia!

  1. Who is the living person you most admire? Pope Francis.
  2. Who is the most interesting New Yorker you know? Mike Bloomberg.
  3. What is your earliest New York memory? Coming into the city as teenager with my childhood friend and walking from Grand Central Station to Canal Street to buy off-market Gucci and Rolex watches. We were intimidated by the train and did not want to get ripped off by a cab driver. 
  4. What is the best advice you’ve ever received? Never count other people’s pennies as you will always come up short. 
  5. What do you consider your greatest achievement so far? Being a father. 
  6. What are your three most treasured possessions? My son, partner and weekend home. 
  7. Name a movie, book or work of art that changed your life. Nothing in particular but I always enjoy reading an autobiography. 
  8. What’s your greatest extravagance? Lotions and potions. 
  9. What’s your secret talent? Ask Adrian Noriega or Emily Beare. 
  10. Which words or phrases do you most overuse? “A noche.”



Photo of the Week: A Day at the Beach

23 May, 2014 posted by: CORE

Brooklyn Bridge Park Beach

Today’s Photo of the Week was taken by Lawrence Treglia and captures one of Brooklyn Heights’ best kept secrets. During a morning run, Lawrence took this photograph of Brooklyn Bridge Park Beach, sure to be a popular destination for fellow New Yorkers during the coming summer months. Prior to last weekend’s Brooklyn Half Marathon, Pier 2 opened to the public, the second of three piers designated for the site.


Ten: Lawrence Treglia on Brooklyn and “Empty Mansions”

22 April, 2014 posted by: Shaun Osher

Emily and Lawerence

Lawrence with CORE's Emily Beare

Welcome to Ten, CORE founder and CEO Shaun Osher’s rapid-fire interview series with prominent CORE figures. Read on to find out how this week’s subject deals with being in the hot seat.

With over a decade of real estate experience, Lawrence Treglia has helped lead sales at a handful of CORE’s new development properties and is highly respected among the brokerage community. Here are Lawrence’s answers to Ten questions:

1. What did you do before you found this career?
I was mainly in recruitment and corporate human resources. I did, however, work in residential property management during my first two years after college.

2. What has been the highlight of your career?
The wonderful relationships I have cultivated through the years.

3. What is your greatest daily challenge?
Figuring out what to wear!

4. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Working hard and actively engaged in real estate. More importantly, I hope  to be in good health, slim and with a full head of hair!

5. Where do you find inspiration?
When surrounded by close friends who enjoy a good story and a good laugh. Read the rest of this entry »


CORE in the News

03 June, 2013 posted by: CORE

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


House of the Day: A Colorful New York Pied-a-Terre
The Wall Street Journal
Ryan Fitzpatrick and Lawrence Treglia’s Sutton Place South listing was highlighted as a featured “House of the Day” property.  The beautifully renovated 2-bedroom co-op is located in a white-glove, Rosario Candela building and offers both original details and modern fixtures throughout. Read the rest of this entry »


‘Tis The Season

18 December, 2012 posted by: CORE

Christmas Present by sparkling tree

With holiday season in full swing we thought we would put together a selection of our favorite gift destinations throughout the city. Whether you are searching for a host/hostess gift, a present for someone who has it all or a special stocking stuffer, the CORE team has weighed in so you can spend your time toasting the season rather than running around the city.

Lawrence Treglia heads to the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange when he is looking for a beautifully crafted present or handmade children’s gift. Not only will you find one-of-a-kind items but you can feel good about supporting the not-for-profit, volunteer run shop that has been showcasing independent craftspeople since 1854. Another Brooklyn stop Lawrence recommends is the BKLYN Larder.  This “celebration of food” offers an incredible selection of cheese, meat, jams, honey, oils and more utilizing sustainable ingredients. You will be sure to find the perfect holiday gift basket and grab a snack for yourself to keep your shopping momentum going. And for a sweet stocking stuffer, Lawrence  says the London Candy Co. will not disappoint. Nestled on the Upper East Side, this candy shop imports UK confections that are delicious, whimsical and sure to bring out the child in anyone.

For the homeowner with an eye for distinctive home goods, Jennifer Lafferty suggests checking out Global Table. With multiple locations around the city, this is sure to be a convenient stop you won’t leave empty handed. Nest Interiors in Chelsea is another place Jennifer heads to for a great assortment of items for the home décor connoisseur.

Scott Hartman says the Working Class Emporium in Tribeca is your one-stop-shop. With a little bit of everything, you can find goods ranging from antique to boutique with an English flair. An array of curated photography and silver tea sets make for great statement gifts and for smaller items they have unique jewelry, books and scrumptious tea biscuits.

The holidays are full of parties and we all know it’s no walk in the park to play host/hostess. So as a token of appreciation, Tony Sargent recommends picking up a stunning piece from Michael Aram’s selection of hand crafted silverware, bottle holders, cheese plates and more.  And to contribute to the festivities Oliver Brown says jaws are sure to drop when you show up with a Mille Crepe cake from Lady M bakery on the Upper East Side. Layers of light and slightly sweet decadence make for a beautiful piece on the dessert table (although it won’t last long). Or order one ahead of time for a friend who is expecting company for a thoughtful gesture to ease the stress of entertaining.

Hopefully this gift map of New York City will lessen the burden of holiday shopping and give you ideas for meaningful, unique presents for those you care about. Cheers to a wonderful season!!


Three of a Kind Holiday Entertaining

20 November, 2012 posted by: CORE

With Thanksgiving a day away, a home with great entertaining features is increasingly valuable. Having a warm, comfortable and convenient place to gather and celebrate with those who matter most is something to truly be thankful for. Check out these three listings all with unique offerings making them party worthy.

27 West 19th Street PH 01

Where: 27 West 19th Street, PH
Asking: $6,850,000
Size: 3,000SF
Listed by: Emily Beare and Elizabeth Beare

When it comes to being designed for entertaining, this listing is the ultimate. Spanning two floors of the Emory condominium, this Colin Cowie-designed penthouse is complete with every modern convenience imaginable. The sparkling open kitchen and dining room has two secret pocket doors that can close off the dining room for a truly intimate entertaining space.

365 West 20th Street 11-C 01

Where: 365 West 20th Street, 11C
Asking: $799,000
Listed by: Lawrence Treglia

The kitchen is the center of a home. This residence’s warm and inviting kitchen is sure to host many memorable dinner parties. The premium finishes and appliances will make cooking a breeze and the open layout and bar with seating make this a prime spot to relax and chat with guests.


Where: 66 Ninth Avenue, 4W
Asking: $3,750,000
Size: 1,735SF
Listed by: Tony Sargeant

This stunning and sleek loft manages to embody both an open and spacious environment while maintaining an intimate setting- a host’s dream. The expansive windows, which give incredible natural light and beautiful views, are the perfect backdrop for any party.  This home is sure to make your guests feel like they are in a private oasis above Manhattan. And preparation will be a snap in the spacious kitchen with plenty of counter space.


Three of a Kind: Superb Studios

06 June, 2012 posted by: CORE

Though sometimes lost in the shuffle of more glamorous abodes, the studio apartment is authentically New York. These apartments are always in demand as starter homes and pieds-a-terre, and allow buyers to plant their flags in great neighborhoods without breaking the bank. Studio apartments make the New York housing stock even more vibrant, and here are three of our favorites on the market right now.


Where: 1280 Fifth Avenue, 8-E
Asking: $695,000
Listed by: CORE

One Museum Mile is Fifth Avenue’s newest masterpiece, and it’s hard to imagine a more ideal location: on Central Park, surrounded by the best cultural institutions in the city. Studios apartments on Fifth Avenue are somewhat rare, and this unit is bigger than most studios in new-construction condominiums. The finishes are top-of-the-line, and all buyers in the building enjoy the same perks, including 24-hour doorman/concierge, gym, children’s play room, teen game room, roof deck, and outdoor swimming pool.

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Three of a Kind: Ready to Start

11 April, 2012 posted by: CORE

This week the influential business publication Crain’s wrote about the hot market in the city for “starter apartments.” The studio and one-bedroom market is surging, according to recent market data. Here’s a look at three new CORE listings for the types of properties that buyers are snatching up at a rapid pace.


Where: 34 East 38th Street, 4-B
Size: loft studio, 1 bathroom
Asking: $429,000
Listed by: Elizabeth Kee

Murray Hill has some of the most beautiful and historic townhouses of any neighborhood in New York, a fact that often gets overlooked. This studio with a great lofted sleeping nook is located within one of those houses in the quaint neighborhood, on one of the best blocks, just off Park Avenue South. Totally renovated with its own fireplace, this is a starter home with lots of character.

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CORE in the News

02 April, 2012 posted by: CORE

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


“Gimme Shelter”
New York Post
The Post‘s resident real estate gossip, Jennifer Gould Keil, reports on Serafina Group restaurateur Vittorio Assaf listing his huge apartment in the Leonori building on the Upper East Side for $35,000 a month. The four-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom home (above) has a 40-foot-long living room, 12-foot ceilings and elaborate Venetian-plastered walls, among other luxurious touches.

“Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick to buy townhomes in Brooklyn Heights”
New York Daily News
CORE’s Doug Bowen commented on the appeal of the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, where Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are reportedly buying two neighboring houses. Said Bowen: “The price difference between the West Village and Brooklyn Heights is sometimes two, three, four times the amount. That’s why even big names are deciding to live here.”

“Celebrity House Hunting”
The Biography channel’s “Celebrity House Hunting” followed ’80s pop queen Debbie Gibson’s search for a new New York home in a recent episode. Watch the full episode online to see her get blown away by Stuart Sussman’s Yves penthouse listing in Chelsea.

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