A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
Long Island City Townhouse Goes for at Least 3 Million
Doron Zwickel’s Long Island City listing is highlighted, labeled “possibly the priciest townhouse” ever sold in this area. Providing insight into the area’s up-and-coming market, Doron comments on why the $3 million contract for his listing is no longer an anomaly for this Long Island City neighborhood.
The New York Post
Reba Miller’s listing at 27 East 61st Street is featured, highlighting the townhouse as the site of the Geisha Restaurant, over one year since the famed eatery’s closing. Put on the market by the owners of the Serafina Restaurant Group Vittorio Assaf and Fabio Granato, the building is set to feature two private residential floors and two additional commercially-zoned spaces.
A Changing Upper East Side
The Real Deal
Tom Postilio is featured in this Q&A piece, which focuses on the Upper East Side real estate market. Tom cites CORE’s immense experience with Upper East Side residences such as the new development project One Museum Mile.