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CORE in the News

// Apr 02, 2012

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

“Gimme Shelter”
New York Post
The Post‘s resident real estate gossip, Jennifer Gould Keil, reports on Serafina Group restaurateur Vittorio Assaf listing his huge apartment in the Leonori building on the Upper East Side for $35,000 a month. The four-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom home (above) has a 40-foot-long living room, 12-foot ceilings and elaborate Venetian-plastered walls, among other luxurious touches.

“Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick to buy townhomes in Brooklyn Heights”
New York Daily News
CORE’s Doug Bowen commented on the appeal of the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, where Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are reportedly buying two neighboring houses. Said Bowen: “The price difference between the West Village and Brooklyn Heights is sometimes two, three, four times the amount. That’s why even big names are deciding to live here.”

“Celebrity House Hunting”
The Biography channel’s “Celebrity House Hunting” followed ’80s pop queen Debbie Gibson’s search for a new New York home in a recent episode. Watch the full episode online to see her get blown away by Stuart Sussman’s Yves penthouse listing in Chelsea.

“On the Market”
New York Times
Lawrence Treglia’s two-bed/one-bath co-op listing at 365 West 20th Street in Chelsea “gets great light and has impressive city views,” wrote the New York Times in an On the Market feature.

“First Look: A Legacy Deconstructed”
New York Magazine
As we covered last week, Ralph Walker: Architect of the Century, an architecture exhibition held inside CORE’s Walker Tower project, has opened to the public. New York previewed the exhibition by highlighting Ralph Walker’s contributions to New York City’s look in the 1920’s and ’30s. For more, read the Walker coverage in Dwell, Curbed and the Architect’s Newspaper.

“Five Brooklyn Townhouses Asking Under $1 Million”
Who says you can’t get a nice house for under a million bucks in New York City? Curbed rounded up a handful of Brooklyn homes priced in the six digits, including one of our favorites, the historic house at 141 Clermont Avenue listed by Doug Bowen and Win Brown.

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