'Selling New York' Recap: Harlem and Chelsea
GatherNovember 21, 2011This week on Selling New York, Warburg goes to Harlem and CORE takes a risk on a huge single-family residence in Chelsea.
Shaun Osher, CEO of CORE, works with Bruce Gallagher, the developer, to complete a beautiful construction of a single-family home located at 233 West 20th Street in Chelsea. The bottom two and a half floors of this home are original build, and the top three floors are new construction.
Laurie Messman, interior decorator, is brought in to create an inspiring minimalistic approach. She creates an art gallery entrance including statues and paintings. The theme of the décor is fun, lively, and functional.
Bruce Gallagher wants to launch the open house immediately just as the construction is complete. CORE only has a very tight schedule to pull the event together.
The Chelsea house is priced at $13.65 Million. It has 7,000 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, and 6.5 bathrooms, an elevator, plus a nice courtyard.
The Open House seemed to be a great event. However, after nine weeks there were still no offers. I'm sure Shaun wasn't too happy with the outcome.