Hot Topic: CORE Agents Rank Among Top in Manhattan

07 June, 2017 posted by: CORE

CORE ranks among Manhattan’s top agents once again! Last week, agents Doron Zwickel, Emily Beare and Jim St. André were featured on The Real Deal. Doron and Emily ranked on Manhattan’s “chief closers” list, while Jim was named one of the city’s top listing agents. Click the links to read the full story and see Doron and Emily’s interviews.

Click here to read the full articles: Manhattan’s chief closers & Manhattan’s top listing agents


Hot Topic: The Art of Staging

12 April, 2017 posted by: CORE


Did you catch agents Tony Sargent and Steve Snider in The Real Deal last week? Both were interviewed for a story on the value of staging a listing and offered examples of how it’s helped move a property and sell it above ask. Click the link below to read more insight from Tony and Steve!

Click here to read the full article: Staging for the starter apartment


Martha Stewart at 87 Leonard

20 July, 2016 posted by: CORE

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Luxury Listings NYC celebrated their latest issue with Martha Stewart and Terry Richardson at the Penthouse at 87 Leonard Street in TriBeCa, which is currently listed with Shaun Osher and Emily Beare. Other notable guests in attendance included Parker Posey, Nicole Miller, Barbara Corcoran, Jack Ferver, Bjarke Ingels and Michael Shvo.

The private dinner was prepared by Chef Yann Nury who served an eight-course meal featuring gold-wrapped popcorn, sumptuous black truffles and a variety of wines provided by Zachys.

For the full article click here: LLNYC celebrates latest issue with Martha Stewart and Terry Richardson

Photo credit: Alistair Gardiner for Luxury Listings NYC


CORE in the News

19 May, 2014 posted by: CORE

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


Developers Woo Buyers With the Help of David Bailey and Jeff Koons
Financial Times
93 Worth is featured in this new development trend piece, which discusses the impact of unique artwork in high-end residential projects. Eldad Blaustein, CEO of IGI-USA, provided further insight on the role of art fixtures in 93 Worth. “It’s inspirational and brings an elegance, colour and freshness to the project,” he says.

Jake Gyllenhaal Eyes $3.75M Townhouse
New York Post
Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon‘s Tribeca townhouse listing at 37 Harrison Street is profiled in this celebrity real estate piece, after actor Jake Gyllenhaal was seen at the home’s recent open house.

One57: A Rundown of the Deals, Budget and Revenue at the City’s Most-Talked-About Tower
The Real Deal
Emily Beare provides insight on a few of the features found at the city’s most popular residential development One57.


CORE in the News

12 May, 2014 posted by: CORE

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

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Previewing the Penthouses of Tribeca’s ODA-Designed 93 Worth
Following the 93 Worth Penthouse Launch, this recap highlights some of the moments captured from last week’s event, hosted by CORE, ODA Architecture and IGI-USA.

Victor Homes’ NoMad Condo Building Sells Out
The Real Deal
CORE’s NoMad new development project 241 Fifth made headlines last week after the building reached 100% of its units closed and in contract, with Doron Zwickel leading as Director of Sales.

Grammar Rules in Real Estate
The Wall Street Journal
Mickey Conlon discusses the impact of well-written listing copy on residential deals. “You can get a sense of what the transaction will be like based on the listing description,” says Mickey. “If it’s exceptionally sloppy, then it’s a warning sign of a potentially sloppy transaction.”


Adrian Noriega Recognized for Being Social Media Savvy

19 March, 2014 posted by: CORE


As the world of social media continues to evolve, real estate professionals have quickly recognized the importance and impact of establishing a distinct presence among the most popular social media networks. Recently recognized by The Real Deal as one of the top “10 real estate-related Twitter accounts to follow,” CORE’s Adrian Noriega stands out as one of the industry’s noted agents that ‘gets it.’ Adrian has generated an impressive following on Twitter for providing timely information on real estate news, new development updates and relevant market trends. Be sure to follow him on Twitter via @1adriannoriega for the latest on local and national real estate coverage.


CORE in the News

10 March, 2014 posted by: CORE

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


Social Media’s New Status
The Real Deal
CORE’s Director of Marketing Elizabeth Kosich provides expert insight about the importance of social media within the real estate community.  In regards to content, Elizabeth says “Facebook drives engagement and is a one-stop shop for focus grouping. Twitter is really effective for sharing news and driving traffic, and Instagram is great for visual content,” such as listings.

West Village People
SCENE Magazine
Steve Snider discusses the growth of the West Village and its increasing popularity. “The growth of the Meatpacking District and the opening of the Whitney Museum and High Line all contribute to the trends we are seeing in this area,” says Steve.

A Day in the Life: Emily Beare
The Real Deal
Emily Beare is featured in this profile piece, documenting her day-to-day activities as a wife, mother and real estate broker.


The Real Deal Honors Jarrod Guy Randolph on “Rising Stars” List

04 March, 2014 posted by: CORE

Jarrod-Randolph_300x300In this month’s issue of The Real Deal, Jarrod Guy Randolph was named as one of New York City’s rising stars in real estate, highlighting a few of the industry’s up-and-coming professionals under 35 years old.  Mentioned among other industry notables such as Drew Popkin, Jason Meister, David Shorenstein and Jason Silverstein to name a few, Jarrod was recognized for his unparalleled expertise in the field at the age of 30. Jarrod estimates that he’s sold about $600 million worth of New York real estate in the last decade, a combination of new development units and resales. When speaking about the luxury Manhattan market, Jarrod says “There are only 1,000 or so individuals in the world who can afford the product we’re selling, and it’s my job to know everything about them.”

For more on Jarrod and the other “rising stars,” take a look at the full article here.


CORE in the News

24 February, 2014 posted by: CORE

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


On the Market in New York City
The New York Times
Patrick Mills’ Greenwich Village loft listing at 200 Mercer Street was featured in this weekend’s “On the Market” showcase.

Priciest, Cheapest Listings to Hit the Manhattan Market This Week
The Real Deal

Jarrod Guy Randolph’s newest listing at 845 United Nations Plaza is featured in this “Priciest” roundup. This 32nd floor combination unit is currently on the market for $25 million.

Done Deals: Right Place, Right Time
Real Estate Weekly
Blu Kokin is mentioned in this roundup of recently sold Manhattan listings for her deal at 207 East 57th Street.


Emily Beare Speaks on the New York City Real Estate Scene

19 February, 2014 posted by: CORE

In this month’s issue of The Real Deal, Emily Beare was recognized in the magazine’s Data Book supplement.  As one of New York City’s most well-respected and successful brokers, her rental deal at 15 Central Park West was listed as one of the top transactions of the year, priced at $125,000 per month.  In today’s Q&A, Emily provides insight on the intricacies of this city’s real estate market and her own personal journey within the industry.

Emily Beare

What inspired you to get involved in real estate?
I was at a point in my life where I wanted to do something different and my daughter, Elizabeth, suggested I get my real estate license. I always had a passion for real estate and I was already involved with sales and marketing, so it seemed to make sense to get involved in the industry.

How was your listing at 15 Central Park West different than other deals you’ve worked on?
This listing was different because it is simply one of the city’s most iconic buildings. It was very exciting to work on a property of that level. The building is world-renowned and designed by an acclaimed architect, setting it apart from other buildings. The people that came through the door were some of the most interesting folks I have had the pleasure of meeting.

How do you see the Manhattan real estate market evolving?
2013 was the year of irrational exuberance. It will be interesting to see how 2014 unfolds, with rising interest rates and the uncertainty of a new mayor. Developers are hoping to keep up the pace of these record-breaking numbers, but there may be some push back from buyers. It is difficult to know how deep the ultra-luxury market is. We may just find out in 2014. Read the rest of this entry »

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