It’s obvious that we at CORE have a huge love and appreciation for New York City and its rich history – – we also love long weekends. If you’re looking for something to do this weekend in NYC, join us at OHNY’s 2012 Weekend, where we’ll be opening the doors to two of our new development projects to the public.
openhousenewyork® (OHNY) is an organization that promotes a greater appreciation of the city’s built environment; broadens public awareness by exposing diverse audiences to distinctive examples of architecture, engineering and design; educates and inspires discussion of issues of excellence in design, planning and preservation; and showcases outstanding new work as well as structures of historic merit.
To celebrate the city’s architecture and design, the 10th Annual openhousenewyork Weekend will once again unlock the city on October 6th and 7th, allowing New Yorkers and tourists alike free access hundreds of sites talks, tours, performances and family activities in neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs. From private residences and historic landmarks, to hard hat tours and sustainable skyscrapers, OHNY gives you rare access into the extraordinary architecture that defines New York City, while introducing you to the people who make the city a vibrant and sustainable place to live, work, and play.
Whether you’re in the market for a new home or not, this is the time to satisfy your inner real estate voyeur. In partnership with openhousenewyork, CORE’s new developments at One Museum Mile and One Murray Park will open their doors to the public during OHNY Weekend.
One Museum Mile is not only the future site of the Museum for African Art, but it houses the only rooftop pool overlooking Central Park. Designed by the famed Robert AM Stern, who also designed 15 CPW on the opposite corner of Central Park, and Andre Kikoski Architect, One Museum Mile is now over 40% closed and in contract. OHNY visitors will have the opportunity to tour the model apartments and amenity spaces, enjoy stunning views and learn about staging from luxury contemporary furniture designer, Ligne Roset, who designed the model residences at One Museum Mile.
One Murray Park is Long Island City’s only new development project to hit the market his year. It’s also the only neighborhood development to offer residences a stunning library in its lobby. Designed by Fogarty Finger, One Murray Park is now over 50% in contract. OHNY visitors will have the opportunity to peruse the building’s model residences, gym and roof deck.
Come out and join us! For more information about OHNY 2012 Weekend, please visit www.ohny.org.