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CORE in the News

// May 07, 2012

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



“House of the Day”
Wall Street Journal
At 72 Reade Street, an “airy, 3,360-square-foot apartment in Tribeca [that] still bears remnants of its industrial past,” listed by Michael Graves, was a Wall Street Journal House of the Day. Photo above, and check out the complete photo slideshow on the WSJ website.

“A tale of two markets”
The Real Deal
“In a still-difficult economy, developers are increasingly tailoring buildings to suit the needs of serious buyers,” The Real Deal reports, and that includes building “supersized” apartments into new developments. The list of supersized new buildings includes Walker Tower, where apartments average 3,000 square feet, and where CORE will launch sales next month.

“Best place of the week: 55 White St.”
New York Daily News
Ryan Fitzpatrick’s spectacular triplex listing at 55 White Street in Tribeca “has the kind of grandeur that evokes library scenes from movies like ‘The Music Man’ and ‘Beauty and the Beast.'”

“Houses of the Week”
New York Post
A turn-key condo loft at the crossroads of Chelsea and the West Village, listed by CORE Managing Director Vickey Barron, was highlighted by the Post.

“Inside Look: NYC Penthouse Playground”
AOL Real Estate
Check out AOL’s video tour of the one and only “slide penthouse,” the amazing East Village duplex that’s getting all sorts of buzz.

“Does reality TV pay?”
The Real Deal
Do reality TV shows like “Selling New York” help brokers make sales? Opinions are mixed, reports The Real Deal, which spoke to CORE CEO Shaun Osher and CORE Managing Director Tom Postilio about the “real estate reality” trend.

“Flatiron’s Most Unusual Wine Cellar Returns for $6.75 Million”
We knew someone would take notice of the incredible custom-made 2,000-bottle wine cellar that’s a main focal part of Michael Graves’s Flatiron loft listing at 17 West 17th Street, and indeed, someone did.

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