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CORE in the News

// Jul 16, 2012

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

core_071612_onemurray“Buyers in a hurry to buy at One Murray”
Real Estate Weekly
CORE’s new Long Island City condo development, One Murray Park, is off to a quick start, with 40% of the building’s 45 units already in contract. “Price ranges are like 2006, 2007 levels,” says CORE’s Doron Zwickel, who is marketing the building. “Some prices are even higher.”

“Living small in New York City”
Watch Shaun Osher comment on Mayor Bloomberg’s plan to build 300-square-foot “micro-apartments” in Manhattan on CNN, and read Osher’s additional thoughts on the topic in his CORE Blog post last week. CORE’s Jarrod Guy Randolph also commented on the Bloomberg plan in the New York Daily News.

“Love letters”
New York Post
A feature story on surging prices and interest in the Alphabet City portion of the East Village includes some analysis of the neighborhood’s real estate market by Elizabeth Kee. “Never in our wildest dreams did we ever imagine [prices would be this high], but it’s a simple supply and demand curve,” says Kee.

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