Dwell Diaries: 311 West Broadway, 6E

13 June, 2017 posted by: CORE

Dwell Diaries provides a peek at a “day-in-the-life” in one of CORE’s exclusive listings. From master suites to neighborhood hotspots, our diary doesn’t spare a detail.

Starting the day 311 West Broadway, 6E is nothing short of spectacular, especially given the home’s unique triple exposure facing east, north and west that brings the morning sun indoors. A large, open kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances provides the perfect setting for whipping up a petit déjeuner at your leisure. 311 West Broadway features a multi-tiered courtyard ideal for taking your breakfast al fresco during the spring and summer months. Should stepping out for coffee and breakfast be more your style, why not take this morning ritual to the Cupping Room Cafe just down the block? Classic American eats in an exposed brick cafe like this one is quintessential Soho.

Outfitted with a stunning 28-foot entryway, 311 West Broadway, 6E also includes an impressive gallery with multiple art walls as well as a corner great room – perfect for the homeowner who collects art, books and other media. With the vibrant and historic neighborhood of Soho just a step outside of 311 West Broadway, there is no shortage of shops and galleries for one to complete their collections. Galleries like the Soho Photo Gallery, Team Gallery and Broome Street Gallery are just a few blocks away and are perfect for stopping by during an afternoon stroll. Fortunately, Soho never lacks fabulous eateries should dining out for lunch be on your afternoon agenda. Soho staples like Jack’s Wife Freda and Osteria Morini are plentiful as well as the iconic Cipriani Downtown and David Burke Kitchen that both offer upscale fare in one-of-kind al fresco settings.

Even though this full-service condo at 311 West Broadway features a fitness room, you don’t have to go much farther if you wish to switch up your workout regimen. Luxury workout locales such as Physique 57, Equinox and SoulCycle are only blocks away from 311 West Broadway, 6E. As the evening nears, there is no shortage of inspiration found among the Soho streets. If a night on the town is your style, a rooftop cocktail at the contemporary and elegant Jimmy at The James Hotel is the perfect final stop before heading home. Endless natural light, pin drop quiet atmosphere and proximity to the best of what Soho has to offer – what more could you ask for at 311 West Broadway, 6E?


Life in 10012

12 June, 2015 posted by: CORE

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One of Manhattan’s best qualities is its unique and varied neighborhoods. ‘Life in’ provides a taste of New York City’s distinct sub-cultures to help you find the perfect place to call home.

New York, the city that never sleeps. This sentiment couldn’t be more true in 10012. Anchored by Greenwich Village to the north and SoHo to the south, 10012 has been known for its vibrant heartbeat since Edith Wharton’s Gilded Age. Now a place where modern day collides with the old world, 10012 swirls with NYU students, tourists and downtowners amid turn of the century architecture. A highly desirable place to live, the area has rapidly become populated with luxury new development buildings – over 20 in the last few years to be exact, with CORE’s 224 Mulberry being one of the most sought after.

With an array of restaurants and bars, this part of town is lively until the late hours of the night. And when morning comes you’re sure to find a line at java hotspots City Bakery or Gimme! Coffee – and it’s worth the wait. But for those that need a bit more sustenance to survive the hustle and bustle on the morning subway commute, Chobani transforms greek yogurt into a culinary experience. Who knew healthy could actually taste this good?

For those that don’t work the typical 9 to 5, 10012 boasts shops and art galleries galore. Window shop yourself into a tizzy along Bleecker Street and then pop into a West Broadway or Spring Street gallery. Break for lunch at Jack’s Wife Freda or Rubirosa. New York is known for it’s pizza for a reason.

After a morning of culture and couture, take advantage of the endless fitness opportunities. Soul Cycle, ModelFIT and The Bar Method definitely keep locals looking beach-ready all year long. If fresh air and a vitamin D boost is what you’re after, Washington Square Park is just a few blocks away beckoning for leisurely strolls or a good read on a bench.

Whether it’s ending a day of work or play, residents of 10012 love Blue Ribbon Brasserie and BONDST, followed by cocktails and people watching at The Crosby Bar in the Crosby Hotel.

Sometimes life is good. And then there’s life in 10012, which is really good.