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One Museum Mile Celebrates an Active Spring of Sales

Development News, Events // Apr 19, 2012


The spring selling season has ramped up and One Museum Mile has certainly been no exception. The new luxury condominium development along Central Park is experiencing positive momentum in sales and contracts, and acclaim for its modern traditionalist design and direct park views.

“One Museum Mile is one of the most exciting projects to come to market. It is truly special because of its Fifth Avenue address, direct views of Central Park, and some of the world’s finest museums right on its doorstep,” said Shaun Osher, co-founder and CEO of CORE, which is handling the sales and marketing for the project. “Sales traffic is strong, and we’re proud to report that we have sent out 9 contracts in just over a week.”

The building’s recent successes were celebrated last night at a fantastic event fittingly named “Tasting the World of Upper Manhattan.” Hosted by CORE and the building’s developer, Brickman, the evening celebrated the wonderfully rich culture of Upper Manhattan by bringing together local eateries and fellow Museum Mile institutions at the building, which is also the future home of the Museum for African Art.

Over 200 guests toured the exceptional model residences at One Museum Mile while enjoying exclusive menus offered by The Lexington Social, Ottomanelli’s, Ricardo Steak House, The 5 and Diamond Restaurant and Make My Cake, and a live performance by Nanny Assis and his Brazilian quartet.

The evening also became an invitation to explore the neighborhood further, with guests receiving complimentary passes and discounted memberships to The Museum of the City of New York, El Museo del Barrio and The National Academy and Museum, as well as the Museum for African Art, which will offer a free one-year membership to One Museum Mile buyers.

For more information on One Museum Mile, please contact the sales office at (212) 996-1280 or visit the website at onemuseummile.com. If you couldn’t make it last night, a few more photos from the evening are below, and you can see the full gallery on the One Museum Mile Facebook page.