Soaring penthouses, historic townhouses, dramatic lofts: Corcoran’s latest publication reveals dozens of the finest homes in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Corcoran CEO Pamela Liebman is bullish on New York City’s post-Covid rebound. “With a tough year behind us, the sun is shining again on the city George Washington called ‘the seat of the empire,'” says Liebman. “Commerce is in motion, the cultural scene is coming back, and the real estate market is thriving.” Indeed, the company’s recently released first-quarter market reports for Manhattan and Brooklyn show the stirrings of a powerful recovery. This week, the company releases its new Lookbook, a print compendium of the finest Corcoran homes for sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The free book reaches readers in New York City as an insert in Friday’s New York Times, and via the brokerage’s offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn. A web edition is available here.
Among Lookbook‘s highlights, a seven-bedroom Park Avenue masterpiece on the East Side of Manhattan, a stupendous top-floor penthouse in the South Tower of the Time Warner Center, a meticulously restored Gilded Age mansion in Harlem, a soaring Chelsea penthouse with a 61-foot private pool, and a beloved 1829 Brooklyn Heights townhouse that enjoyed a star turn in the Academy Award-winning 1987 film, Moonstruck.
“Lookbook is a living document for active buyers and a wish book for window-shoppers, style-seekers, and fine-living aficionados,” says Liebman, “an artfully curated gallery of cooperatives, condominiums, and townhouses in the incomparable neighborhoods we serve, represented by some of the finest agents in the business.”