Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
February 16 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 some of Corcoran’s best new home listings across the country. Among this week’s picks: A rarely-found level of luxury in Brooklyn Heights, a surf-inspired beach house in the Hamptons, a swanky church conversion in Kingston, a new oceanfront manse on one of the most coveted lots in Palm Beach, and a modernized classic in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood.


What’s Here: One of just three full-floor residences at a cutting edge Carnegie Hill new development, encompassing more than 4,000 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and sweeping views of Manhattan in all directions. Pre-war-inspired architectural details and 14-foot ceilings further set the stage for tasteful, modern living in the sky.

What We Love: The statement corner kitchen, which flows effortlessly into the great room by way of a formal dining area—all share sweeping panoramas over Central Park, reaching over the reservoir to the Upper West Side (and beyond).

Asking: $16,750,000

Sales Gallery

o. 212.288.0188

What’s HereA pristine four-bedroom condo one of Lower Manhattan’s most sought-after towers, reached through a private elevator vestibule and an elegant double-door entry. You’ll find soaring ceilings, Hudson River and skyline panoramas, and an exceptional gourmet kitchen with a marble-topped island.

What We Love: Waking up in a corner — specifically the dreamy main suite, which boasts views to the south and west through floor-to-ceiling windows.

Asking: $7,895,000.

Caitlin Williams
m.. 917.747.7326

Peter Zaitzeff
o. 212.444.7938


What’s Here: Elevated luxury in the neighborhood once called New York City’s first suburb, located in a limestone-clad, 38-story new construction—rare heights for these Heights—on Cadman Plaza. 10 eight-foot windows welcome endless light and a pleasant lookout over treetops towards neighboring DUMBO and Lower Manhattan.

What We Love: The building’s limestone-clad, Flatiron-evoking exterior.

Asking: $3,400,000.

Nick Hovsepian
o. 718.923.8055
m. 310.748.8668

Leslie Marshall
o. 718.923.8034
m. 646.361.3384

James Cornell
o. 718.923.8081
m. 718.923.8055

East End

What’s Here: A French-inspired contemporary residence, set down a long drive on 9.2 acres that were once part of a working peach farm, in convenient proximity to Sag Harbor and East Hampton villages. You’ll fin six bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and an attached two-car garage. The grounds are replete with lush gardens, a freshwater pond, and a pool and pool house.

What We Love: The authentic wood-burning pizza oven, in the spacious gourmet kitchen.

Asking: $3,675,000.

Michael Lynch
m. 917.406.6473
o. 631.537.7773

What’s Here: A charming beach house with a cozy, surfer-chic vibe. It’s minutes from the village and ocean beaches by car, but also within blocks of beloved restaurants and convenience-shopping—specifically Cromer’s Market, and Noyack mainstays M.J. Dowling’s and Bell & Anchor. Four bedrooms, three bedrooms, and grounds with an oversized heated pool finish off this perfect retreat.

What We Love: The detached guest cottage, perfect as a private, distraction-free home office or studio.

Asking: $1,295,000. 

Anja Breden
m. 516.445.1082
o. 631.725.0694

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A converted 1884 Gothic church, set on a knoll above Rondout Creek that overlooks its historic neighborhood in New York State’s first capital city. This incredible structure has been reimagined to welcome a lofty, modern living residence, juxtaposing the building’s innate architectural wonder with brought-in complements like warehouse doors and lighting from a Russian tea room.

What We Love: 3,500 open square feet beneath 20′ ceilings and giant stained-glass windows, an ideal studio/gallery space that completes what is perhaps the Hudson Valley’s ultimate live-work space.

Asking: $1,400,000. 

Karolina Czekaj
m. 845.781.6598
o. 845.876.6676

Laurel Kerr
m. 845.901.4329
o. 845.876.6676


What’s Here: A veritable 2+ acre compound moments outside one of Westchester’s most storied river towns, located at the end of a cul-de-sac with access to the adjacent Croton Aqueduct Trail. The Mediterranean Revival main residence (c.1912) is complemented by a congruent guest house, together totaling 11,000+ square feet with 7 bedrooms and 7.5 baths.

What We Love: The indoor pool and spa, housed in a skylit wood-paneled pavilion.

Asking: $4,495,000.

Cindy A. Kief
m. 914.772.7880
o. 914.591.5600

South Florida

What’s Here: Nearly 12,000 square feet of unparalleled, newly-completed oceanfront living on close to four acres, tucked privately at land’s end on the far tip of Palm Beach. The stunning Roger Janssen-designed contemporary has seven bedrooms, endless entertaining spaces, and all the amenities for indoor-outdoor living in one of South Florida’s most coveted locales.

What We Love: It’s the northern and easternmost lot on all of Palm Beach island, with 180-degree water views panning from Peanut Island over Lake Worth, over and across the inlet to Singer Island, and to the open Atlantic beyond.

Asking: $78,500,000. 

Dana Koch
m. 561.379.7718

Paulette Koch
m. 561.346.8639

What’s Here: A private, three-bedroom waterside retreat on more than an acre-and-a-half of Jupiter Island. The free-flowing residence is fresh from a stylish renovation, adding top-notch finishes throughout all 3,700 square feet of the home. Outside, you’ll find a lush gardens and a pool—residents also enjoy deeded access to a private beach nearby.

What We Love: The exceptional private dock, set on a protected Intracoastal canal with an aluminum boat lift and lighting.

Asking: $2,750,000

Susan Turner
m. 561.371.8447

Joanne Wagner

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: Nearly 5,000 square feet of brand-new oceanfront living, with more than eight bedrooms and seven-and-a-half baths across four levels. It’s conveniently located along the 30A corridor, with plenty of dining, shopping, and attractions to keep life exciting year-round.

What We Love: A sparkling, heated pool that dips into the covered patio—it’s well-prepared to wait out those chance summer thunderstorms with a view to boot.

Asking: $3,099,000.

Hilary Farnum-Fasth
m. 850.685.0171 o. 850.231.5030

Jacob Watkins
m. 850.797.8694
o. 850.231.5030

Central Florida

What’s Here: A two-bedroom craftsman bungalow in the lakeside village of Minneola that’s said to have been built by the town’s first postmaster. Beyond its welcoming front porch, you’ll find a trove of 1930s architectural details like original wood floors, wainscoting, and bead board ceilings.

What We Love: What’s not to love about a character-filled residence at an unbeatable price?

Asking: $135,000

Autumn Makin
m. 352.455.0044
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: A turnkey, one-bedroom urban dream home on the 55th floor of Chicago’s renowned Aqua Tower. You’ll find an elegant entry foyer, an open kitchen, and bamboo floors throughout, not to mention incredible views over Millennium Park and Lake Michigan. World-class building amenities complete the package.

What We Love: The “surprise” home office—a built-in workstation fashioned from converted closet space.

Asking: $480,000. 

Lynn Brahin
m. 312.852.0010
o. 312.528.9200

Northern California

What’s Here: A modernized three-level Victorian in Noe Valley offering five bedrooms, five-and-a-half-baths, and sunny, free-flowing living space that takes full advantage of the property’s sweeping views. Multiple patios, including a roof deck, extend the experience brilliantly from inside out. Other highlights include radiant heat, solar panels, and an attached garage.

What We Love: The rare and idyllic one bedroom guest cottage with vaulted ceilings and loft is the perfect at home getaway, 

Asking: $4,695,000.

Dona Solen
m. 415.212.8220
o. 415.552.9500

Danny Fernandez
m. 415.829.8232
o. 415.552.9500

Southern California

What’s Here: A contemporary coastal townhouse with 2,500 square feet of sophisticated style and exceptional quality. The expertly-stacked home offers four bedrooms, with the main living area (and adjacent gas fireplace-fitted terrace) on the second floor to maximize the view. An elevator connects all levels.

What We Love: The cozy second-floor terrace with sleek gas fireplace. 

Asking: $3,350,000. 

Mike Dunitz
m. 310.600.5410

Mike Cady
o. 619.992.4968

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: An upgraded three-bedroom lakeside condo (currently configured with a fourth sleeping area) in the Tahoe Tavern community, conveniently located just a few minutes south of town. A soaring great room with a stone fireplace welcomes mountain and water views, which naturally are shared with the adjacent patio.

What We Love: Having an easy trail connection to Tahoe City, and the morning-baked morsels of Tahoe House barely three blocks away.

Asking: $2,650,000

Michael Oliver
m. 530.308.4728
o. 530.581.1100


What’s Here: Five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and light-splashed living spaces with dramatic views over the Pacific Ocean and Koko Head. Set in a gated community, this more than 4,700-square-foot home offers a spacious, flexible layout for Honolulu living at its finest. The view from the pool is so surreal it could almost be painted.

What We Love: Lanais off every bedroom.

Asking: $2,950,000. 

Patrick Chandler
m. 808.650.3040
o. 808.868.9555


What’s Here: 3,678 square feet of raised ranch with three bedrooms, two baths, and a skylit kitchen. It’s set on a well-sized neighborhood lot inside a gated, maintenance-free community. Residents also enjoy access to a shared indoor pool, tennis courts, a party room, and more.

What We Love: The charming, landscaped brick patios.

Asking: $1,275,000

Barb Perry
m. 303.881.8781
o. 303.399.7777


What’s Here: A two-bedroom, two-bath in the glassy ENVY Residences, bringing inspired modern living to the heart of Scottsdale’s vibrant Old Town district. An open kitchen with quartz countertops and Poggenpohl cabinetry flows right into the living room, which extends out to a gas-plumbed balcony staring right at the face of Camelback Mountain.

What We Love: The private Black Label lounge, 4,000-square-foot fitness center, and concierge amenities.

Asking: $769,000

Brad Fawcett
o. 480.794.1694
m. 480.399.3395