LIC Arts Open and Real Estate Parties: TF Cornerstone, 93 Worth, Printing House
Last night, the LIC Open kicked-off a five day art celebration beginning at TF Cornerstone. The Long Island City Arts openings featured various artists works on different types of mediums.
The first opening for the evening took place inside model apartments at TF Cornerstone then it was over to a nearby car dealership and finally hip hotel just a few blocks away.
This spring, real estate parties have been a big trend in nightlife adventures. Most recently, in addition to TF Cornerstone sponsored art shows, other respected firms including CORE and Corcoran Sunshine have also hosted some swanky parties to introduce potential buyers, press and others in the real estate industry to their buildings and exclusive listings.
Downtown in Tribeca, at 93 Worth Street, CORE launched Penthouse 3 produced by Apsley Designs. With guests totaling over 400, some danced to songs by the live Michael Arnella band while others had the chance to play several rounds of croquet! The model apartments featured furniture by Poliform. To learn more, please visit: http://www.corenyc.com.
SCENE, The Observer and Peter Davis celebrated the 2014 List of Wonder Kids at The Printing House at 421 Hudson Street. Once known as an exclusive health club for New York's elite, Printing House is now a high-end condominium for artists, socialites and anyone with deep pockets looking for a chic and glamorous place to call home.
For a complete list of galleries participating in the LIC Arts Open, please visit: http://www.licartsopen.org.