Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
April 5 Edition

by Abigail Finn

Get an early peek at some of our agents’ favorite new property listings in New York City, the Hamptons, South Florida, and beyond.

Enjoy our weekly survey of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. On deck this week: A soaring penthouse over Manhattan’s Union Square, an elegant shingled beach house in the Hamptons, Miami’s largest full-floor residence at a starchitect-designed tower, a two-story penthouse in Chicago, and an oceanfront compound on Oahu—comprised of two stunning island residences originally built on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.

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RENO/TAHOE     |      HAWAII      |     CHICAGO     |     DENVER    |    PHOENIX/SCOTTSDALE

What’s Here: 5,000 indoor and outdoor square feet of centrally-located penthouse, soaring atop the glassy remodel of the onetime Tiffany & Company headquarters at 15 Union Square West. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residence spans two levels, will expansive terraces on both. You’ll find accents like 6″ white oak plank hardwood floors, custom espresso-stained white oak paneling, and other lavish details, all conceived by Tribeca-based D’Apostrophe.

What We Love: The lower-level exterior space, with its built-in grill, sleek dining pergola, and wide-reaching urban panoramas.

Asking: $13,500,000

Dana Power
m. 917.209.4550
o. 212.444.7872

Max Nehrig
o. 646.789.2252

What’s Here: A stunningly-renovated, pre-war, nine-into-eight-room co-op between West 89th and 90th streets, welcoming with an expansive layout that well-preserves the home’s pre-war details and scale. There’s an ideal separation of formal and private spaces, making this residence unusually flexible for entertaining. Among other dreamy details, you’ll find herringbone hardwood floors, two decorative fireplaces with original mantles, exquisite crown moldings, and a large bay window in the dining room.

What We Love: Three exposures through oversized windows—the home draws light from the south, east, and west.

Asking: $4,995,000.

Deanna Kory
o. 212.212.937.7011

Ileana M. Lopez-Balboa
o. 212.323.3214

What’s Here: Views, views everywhere—including the most enviable framing of Lower Manhattan over the East River through floor-to-ceiling windows. Set within the boundaries of Brooklyn Bridge Park, this two-bedroom at The Pierhouse offers 2,000 square feet on two levels with four exposures—it’s crowned by a private, 800-square-foot roof terrace on the third. There’s reclaimed heartwood pine flooring, a designer kitchen with Calacatta Tucci marble slab countertops, and a sunny home office with an exposed brick wall.

What We Love: The laundry list of resident amenities, both on-site and at the adjacent 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

Asking: $4,800,000. 

Chris Cavorti
m. 914.804.7091
o. 718.422.2526

Marvin Chu
m. 718.685.9430
o. 718.422.2588

Evan F. Church
m. 917.684.0663
o. 718.422.2506

What’s Here: Nearly 14,000 square feet of pristine living space on 1.5 private acres, all designed for the ultimate in relaxed Hamptons luxury. Custom-built by Michael Davis, this nine-bedroom, 11-bath shingled manse (which received a subsequent interior redesign by Victoria Hagan) lies well-south of the highway deep into some of the most enviable real estate out east. Did we mention the pond views?

What We Love: The finished lower level with a full gym and 2,200-bottle wine cellar—stock up for summer at Sagaponack’s own Wölffer or Channing Daughters, in neighboring Bridgehampton.

Asking: $13,500,000.

Gary DePersia
m. 516.380.0538
o. 631.899.0215

What’s Here: A meticulously-designed modern retreat in Barnes Landing, the sought-after community offering easy access to Amagansett and East Hampton villages and calm-water bay beaches. Inside, you’ll be met with three bedrooms, 11-foot ceilings, and open-concept living space—the chef’s kitchen opens right out to the high-fashion patio area.

What We love: The swoon-worthy landscaped backyard, with its statement pool, a pergola with an electric-powered retractible roof, and a fire pit lounge area.

Asking: $2,495,000. 

Greg Schmidt
m. 917.848.4918

Jackie Dunphy
m. 631.324.1820
o. 631.907.1484

What’s Here: A four-bedroom, front porch charmer in Rhinebeck Village offering the best of Hudson Valley living year-round, nestled into a fairytale garden setting along the babbling waters of Landsman Kill. It’s chock full of period details, along with welcome modern updates like the bright chef’s kitchen. The two-car garage allows ample space for hobby-driven exploits, or housing that vintage weekend-wanderer indoors beside your everyday steed.

What We Love: The terraced landscaping that flows right down to the stream, where you can fish or kayak.

Asking: $1,035,000. 

Linda Lindsay
m. 845.464.9282
o. 845.876.6676

Peter Amendola
m. 917.455.0818
o. 845.876.6676

What’s Here: A modern two-bedroom condo in Tarrytown’s Hudson Harbor, set right against the banks of the Hudson River with sweeping views from every room. The spacious residence features three bedrooms, including a delightful main suite with a private balcony. 12-foot ceilings and oversized Marvin windows give it all grand proportions.

What We Love: Parking for two cars (neither of which you’ll need to hop a ride on Metro-North’s Hudson Line just up the road).

Asking: $2,250,000.

Karen Stroub
m. 914.646.8070
o. 914.332.6300

What’s Here: The largest single-level condo in all of Miami Beach, encompassing 11,000 square feet in Bjarke Ingels’ Grove at Grand Bay high above the pristine waters of Biscayne. Standout interiors by Nick Luaces extend to wrapping terraces accessible from every room of the full-floor unit. Other highlights include a private gym, home theater, and a four-car private garage.

What We Love: The mirror-image bath in the main suite, with dual tubs, a double steam shower, and both wet and dry saunas.

Asking: $20,000,000.

Julian Johnston
m. 305.502.3985

Dovi Ettedgui
o. 561.235.4526

What’s Here: A seven-bedroom, seven-bath contemporary waterfront on the Bay Harbour Islands, an enviable setting for indoor-outdoor living all year round. Telescoping doors bridge the loft, open-concept interior with a veritable backyard oasis: there’s an infinity-edge pool and spa, a full outdoor kitchen and dining area, and a dock.

What We Love: The curving, glass-walled staircase and its dramatic ascent in the double-height foyer.

Asking: $12,500,000. 

Julian Johnston
m. 305.502.3985

What’s Here: Modern, relaxed coastal sophistication across more than 8,300 total square feet of Dutch Caribbean-Colonial elegance. This six-bedroom luxury beach home embraces a private, poolside setting in one of the 30A corridor’s most coveted locales. Attention to detail is everywhere, from meticulously-sourced reclaimed materials to top-of-the-line modern appliances.

What We Love: The 770-square-foot poolside carriage house with its lockout apartment, welcoming guests in total privacy.

Asking: $6,025,000. 

Rob Weil
m. 850.714.1935
o. 850.231.5030

Julie Kerwin Cumby
m. 850.687.6625
o. 850.231.5030

What’s Here: A 2017-built, French Country-inspired home in the Canopy Oaks neighborhood, offering a grand entry with 20-foot ceilings, a modern kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and a large island, and a sunny great room that opens to the lanai and pool. The five-bedroom residence totals in at a spacious 4,309 square feet, surrounded by completed landscaping that makes it truly move-in ready.

What We Love: The home theater, boasting a 110-inch screen and cozy seating. 

Asking: $1,075,900.

Mauro Costa
m. 321.231.6800
o. 407.749.6200

What’s Here: A stunning two-story penthouse in the Windy City’s North Center neighborhood, featuring two bedrooms, two baths, a sun-drenched open great room, a large private balcony currently outfitted with a grill. The lavish upstairs main suite is complete with oversized walk-in closet and spa shower. 

What We Love: All that industrial chic: There’s lofty 21-foot ceilings, bolstered by a wall of glass that bathes the home in sunlight. 

Asking: $795,000. 

David Posegay
o. 312.528.9242

What’s Here: An impressive new suburban construction with urban sensibilities and a modern-farmhouse balance of charm and sophistication. Nestled among the trees of Marin County, this welcoming residence features three bedrooms, four baths, high-vaulted ceilings, and a spacious back patio surrounded by lush landscaping. 

What We Love: The grand, open concept living area, allowing for whatever configuration you desire.

Asking: $1,895,000.

Holly Welch
m. 415.730.6168
o. 415.496.2600

What’s Here: A four-bedroom, three-bath townhome at Aveline, nestled in the heart of town by La Jolla Cove. The European-inspired residence showcases a rare conspiracy of amenities, including a private roof deck with solar panels, a private elevator, and a two-car garage—the double primary suites are another bonus.

What We Love: Integrated home automation and LEED Gold certification. 

Asking: $2,400,000. 

Trent Cady
o. 619.993.1816

Mike Cady
o. 858.755.4663
m. 619.992.4968

What’s Here: A five-bedroom mountain contemporary with conveniences like a heated driveway for effortless winter access, a backup generator, and private elevator to all floors. The free-flowing floor plan offers more than 5,100 square feet of light-filled spaces, from the double-island kitchen to a towering great room with a stone fireplace.

What We Love: The vernacular feel of its design, blending the home harmoniously with its surroundings.

Asking: $2,700,000. 

Karen Bruno
m. 775.232.4109
o. 775.831.8400

What’s Here: A breathtaking oceanfront compound comprised of two Minahasa-inspired homes, constructed in—and imported from—Sulawesi, Indonesia. The residences bring unique, island style that pairs perfectly with the property’s prime location, offering easy access to the Kaneohe sandbar and an easy paddle board ride to iconic Chinaman’s Hat.

What We Love: Surreal views that simply can’t be beat.

Asking: $3,180,000. 

Ruthie Kaminskas
o. 808.589.2040
m. 808.377.0443

What’s Here: An upstairs-downtown duplex dating to 1884, located just minutes to downtown and the River North (RiNo) Arts District. With two separate units, this home offers four bedrooms in total, updated appliances in both kitchens, and a private backyard. It’s ideal for use as an income-generating property in one or both units.

What We Love: The second-floor deck, offering sweeping city views. 

Asking: $675,000. 

Dave Browning
o. 303.399.7777
m. 303.946.9412

What’s Here: More than 4,400 square feet of stunning living space in the coveted 85254 zip code. Renovated from top-to-bottom, this modern stunner boasts five bedrooms, seamless indoor-outdoor flow, and herringbone wood floors throughout. You’ll also find dual primary suites and an elevator.

What We Love: The impressive backyard, complete with summer kitchen, fire pit, and pool. 

Asking: $2,500,000. 

Ryan Bailey
m. 480.201.0633
o. 480.794.1694