A sampling of last week’s press coverage of CORE and CORE properties.
“Dial C for Condos”
New York Times
CORE’s Walker Tower project, the conversion of a classic pre-war Art Deco telephone building into 53 luxurious residences, made a splashy debut in the New York Times over the weekend. The paper wrote: “The developers say they are sparing no expense in the furnishings and finishes. The 12- to 15-foot-high ceilings will be coffered. Radiant heat will course through French-oak herringbone floors.” Curbed and the New York Observer also weighed in on the initial Walker Tower details, and The Real Deal added that CORE’s Emily Beare and Vickey Barron will head up the sales team.
“Stalled LIC condo set to hit market in April”
The Real Deal
Walker Tower wasn’t CORE’s only big reveal last week. Long Island City’s One Murray Park was also unveiled on the CORE Blog, and The Real Deal spoke with CORE’s Doron Zwickel about the launch of sales. Curbed also shared the initial details about the project, which is the first new LIC development in over a year.
“House of the Day”
Wall Street Journal
Adrian Noriega’s colorful loft listing at 15 West 20th Street was spotlighted by the Wall Street Journal, which explains that the design is inspired by an Indian color palette. Click through for an excellent slideshow.