April 19, 2011New York, N.Y. (April 19, 2011) –CORE is pleased to announce Shaun Osher’s next CORE Talks Interviews subject, top New York City developer and builder, Jeffery E. Levine of Levine Builders. In the latest version of the web series, Osher sits with Levine in his new Brooklyn project, The Edge, to discuss the rapid sales of this successful development. In the episode, Osher and Levine also converse about Levine’s beginnings in construction and real estate, pivotal points of his career path, the focus on green and environmental sustainability in real estate and Levine’s prediction on the next big New York City neighborhood.
With the ability to withstand any condition of the market, Jeff has become synonymous with quality building and successful projects,” says Shaun Osher, CEO of CORE.
About CORE Talks Interviews:
CORE Talks aims to influence the people, events and trends that affect the real estate. The guests featured on this web series are visionaries, not only within real estate but within New York City and in the business, economics and artistic world beyond.
About Shaun Osher:
Shaun Osher is the founder and CEO of CORE, a New York City–based real estate firm offering a comprehensive array of brokerage and marketing services for both residential and commercial properties. A market expert, Shaun was recognized as the top downtown agent for 15 consecutive years. His expert opinion is often quoted in top consumer and trade media including, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal, Bloomberg and Crain's.
CORE is a real estate sales and marketing firm delivering the best in brokerage, communications and advisory services for the luxury residential segment. In addition, CORE’s elite group of highly experienced and successful professionals service developers who value efficient, no-nonsense results. CORE was founded by Shaun Osher as a full-service boutique firm with a strict adherence to the principles of integrity, efficiency and results. For more information visit www.corenyc.com
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