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CORE Tapped to Lead Sales at 1280 Fifth Avenue

The Real Deal // Nov 29, 2011

Over the years CORE has established itself as the market leader in new development sales, and that shows no signs of slowing as the New York City real estate world heads into what promises to be an exciting 2012. This month has already seen continued strong sales at 305W16 and the dramatic unveiling of Walker Tower, and now CORE is thrilled to announce that it will handle all sales and marketing efforts at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed 1280 Fifth Avenue effective immediately. The Real Deal just broke the news that the 116-unit Central Park condominium tower, developed by Brickman, has been taken over by CORE, and Tom Postilio, Natalie Rakowski and Parul Brahmbhatt — under the direction of CORE CEO Shaun Osher — will be steering the sales effort.

A brand new “modern traditionalist” collection of residences sitting atop the future Museum for African Art, the 21-story 1280 Fifth Avenue completes Fifth Avenue’s famed Museum Mile, serving as the northern border of a stretch that includes cultural landmarks like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Add those artistic surroundings to timeless architecture and staggering Central Park views that only a Fifth Avenue address can provide, and it’s no secret why 1280 Fifth Avenue will be a desired place to call home. “We’re incredibly excited to lead this development,” said Shaun Osher. “1280 Fifth Avenue offers unparalleled architecture, layout and design – set in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in New York City.”

The building has studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes as well as penthouses ranging up to 2,118 square feet, and the units are ready for occupancy. Amenities include a rooftop swimming pool, children’s play room, residents’ lounge, catering kitchen and private dining room, and prices range from $595,000 to approximately $3.25 million. For more on the building, click here.

Original Article: The Real Deal