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CORE in the News

// Apr 08, 2013

A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.

 

Introducing the Upper East Side’s New CORE
In celebration of CORE’s new Madison Avenue office, our good friends at The New York Observer hosted a night of mingling, good food, and outstanding conversation last Wednesday at Rouge TomateThe New York Observer was also celebrating the launch of their new lifestyle section “NYO”, with guests of the party getting a first look at the new publication.  Guests included CORE brokers and staff, industry professionals, developers, architects, members of the media, and other invited guests.

Living Large:  A Townhouse in the Sky
Adrian Noriega’s penthouse listing at 15 West 20th Street was the highlight of last week’s “Living Large” segment with Emily Smith.  The Flatiron District home, equipped with over 2,000 square-feet of terrace space, private elevator access, and several other upgraded amenities, represents the best in luxury city living.

Getting to the Core:  Shaun Osher Talks NYC Real Estate Stardom
Following the success of HGTV’s Selling New York and the presence of the firm as New York City’s #1 boutique real estate brokerage, CORE continues to thrive in the city’s real estate market.  CORE CEO, Shaun Osher, is interviewed in this feature by The New York Observer, giving his take on the success of CORE and the state of real estate in New York City.

NYC Brokers Get Creative to Score Listings
As inventory continues to steadily decrease, real estate brokers are in search of innovative ways to connect with potential buyers, in the hopes of discovering new listings.  In this CNN segment, Jarrod Randolph speaks with Zain Asher to discuss how real estate professionals are working to cultivate relationships and listings in the tough residential market in New York City.

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