06 April, 2017 posted by: CORE
Emily Beare, Shaun Osher, Veronica Mainetti
Veronica Mainetti, President of Sorgente Group-America, joined CORE’s Founder & CEO Shaun Osher and broker Emily Beare for an intimate evening to celebrate the completion of the environmentally-conscious and expertly designed 60 White Street. VIP guests enjoyed one-on-one tours of the property in addition to fare and specialty cocktails, courtesy of the thought-provoking food pop-up wastED and Blue Hill on the Road.
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05 April, 2017 posted by: CORE
Last week, Founder & CEO Shaun Osher was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal for a feature on the first-quarter performance of the Manhattan apartment sales market, as it was the second strongest performance for a first quarter since 2008. Click the link to learn what Shaun had to say about the current state of the NYC real estate market.
Click here to read the full article: Manhattan Apartment Sales Are Rebounding
15 March, 2017 posted by: CORE
Did you catch One Wall Street on The New York Times last week? Macklowe Properties tapped CORE to market the condominiums at its $1.5 billion residential conversion last year. The New York Times featured a behind-the-scenes look at one of Manhattan’s lesser known Art Deco masterpieces, particularly the landmark building’s lobby, the Red Room. Check out the link below to see more of this downtown development!
Click here to watch the full video: Tour an Art Deco Masterpiece
Photo credit: DBOX
01 March, 2017 posted by: CORE
Did you see Emily Beare and Shaun Osher‘s listing at 60 White Street, PHE featured on designboom? The duplex penthouse atop one of Tribeca‘s smartest and most environmentally-conscious boutique condominiums was highlighted for its high-end design, careful selection of materials and commitment to the building’s architectural history. Check out the link below for more information on this truly one-of-a-kind property!
Full article: 1860’s Loft Building Reimagined as a Biophilic + Passive Edifice in Tribeca, NY
17 February, 2017 posted by: CORE
27A Harrison Street
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Offered at $7,495,000, this 3-bedroom, 3-bath home is the largest historic townhouse on Harrison Street. Renovated by Dean/Wolf Architects, the townhouse features four levels of living space, not to mention a magnificently designed custom staircase. If you’re in TriBeCa this weekend, be sure to check out this meticulously restored and maintained home!
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30 January, 2017 posted by: CORE
What does it mean? It is a slang phrase meaning “having quickly or easily achieved a goal or gained access as desired.”
Where did it come from? A celebration of the freewheeling lifestyle and cinematic feats of 1930’s movie icon Errol Flynn. Our building embodies this spirit.
What does it look like? For CORE, it looks like this…
20 January, 2017 posted by: CORE
Value in a home can be quantified differently. Different attributes add value in different ways. Quoin is a new report that analyzes these unique differentiating factors, one at a time. Every month, we will highlight a specific topic with facts and data supporting how it adds value, what buyers are seeking and trends worth tracking. Subscribe below to not miss an issue!
21 December, 2016 posted by: CORE
It’s no secret that the Annabelle Selldorf-designed building at 42 Crosby is redefining the meaning of luxury in Soho. The outstanding new development was exclusively featured on Observer last week, revealing photos of the condominium’s model apartment. Take a look at this sneak peek as you will certainly not be disappointed!
Click here to read the full article: The First Look at 42 Crosby’s Model Apartment
13 December, 2016 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, Founder & CEO Shaun Osher!
- Who is the living person you most admire? Brittley Wise.
- Who is the most interesting New Yorker you know? The polite homeless man who sits on the corner every day asking if I can “spare any change.”
- What is your earliest New York memory? Arriving on 48th Street to look at all the music stores and meeting Dave Sanborn at “Alex’s sax shop” on the 2nd Floor.
- What is the best advice you’ve ever received? Embrace failure.
- What do you consider your greatest achievement so far? Learning how to juggle (metaphorically speaking.)
- What are your three most treasured possessions? I treasure my relationships with people I know and love. But people are not possessions, so as far as inanimate objects go, I feel very fortunate to own my saxophones, a beautiful Triumph Thruxton Motorcycle and a diamond tie-pin that my grandfather left me (even though I rarely wear a tie.)
- Name a movie, book or work of art that changed your life. The Collection by Charlie Parker.
- What’s your greatest extravagance? I like to travel and explore new places as often as possible.
- What’s your secret talent? I used to be a pretty good tap dancer.
- Which words or phrases do you most overuse? “Make it so.”
07 December, 2016 posted by: CORE
What’s the latest with the downtown luxury-condo market? Last week, Shaun Osher was featured in The Wall Street Journal discussing how the downtown market is transitioning into a desired place to live. He specifically mentions his and Emily Beare’s lisitngs at 87 Leonard and how the condo conversion exemplifies this new shift. This development and others similar are making this part of town red hot!
Click here to read the full article: Luxury-Condo Market Is Starting to Rebound In Downtown Manhattan