Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
June 14 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 colorful pre-war apartment in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, a freestanding single-family home you wouldn’t expect to find near a subway stop in Brooklyn, a postmodern country house in the Hudson Valley, a chic Chicago loft, and a sleek Contemporary by the beach in South Florida.


What’s HereA luxurious four-bedroom loft condominium mere minutes west of Central Park. Upon exiting a private, keyed elevator, enter into a broad great room outfitted with a built-in fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling, mahogany French doors not only fill the room with natural light but open onto charming Juliette balconies. 

What We Love: A modern open kitchen equipped with enough amenities that even an amateur can cook like a discerning chef.

Listing: Nicole Hechter and Asaf Bar Lev.

Asking: $5,795,000. 

What’s Here: A two-bedroom, two-bath in a pre-war building one block north of Madison Square Park—it’s true to the neighborhood’s name. The apartment has been renewed with contemporary conveniences, like a primary suite that features soundproof windows, a spa-like bathroom, and a windowed office that makes for the ideal work-from-home space.

What We Love: 10-foot-high beamed ceilings complete with recessed lighting and in-ceiling surround sound speakers.

Listing: Lawrence S. Rich and Dakota Scotto

Asking: $1,725,000. 


What’s Here: A radiant residence at the center of the Fiske Terrace Historic District. Constructed in 1905 and meticulously maintained, this home boasts six bedrooms, an expansive double parlor, an elegant dining room, and a grand staircase that carries you to a primary bedroom with its own private porch.

What We Love: The two-car garage doubles as a carriage house with a parquet-floored studio loft apartment on its second floor.

Listing: Kyle Talbott, Karen Talbott, and Scott Sternberg.

Asking: $4,999,000. 

East End

What’s Here: A stunning six-bedroom beach house with over 5,600 square feet on 1.05 acres. Through a double-height entryway, there is an abundant area inside for everything you’d want a modern home to have. This property’s backyard area offers up its share of amenities, too, with a heated pool, built-in fire pit, and a covered porch that runs the length of the home.

What We Love: A spacious, finished basement filled with a bedroom, full bathroom, and more than enough room for activities.

Listing: Ashley J. Farrell.

Asking: $3,999,999. 

What’s Here: 4,500 square feet of shingled elegance, secluded amidst idyllic woodlands behind a gated entry. On the main level, coffered ceilings highlight the five-bedroom home’s refined detailing, rising above both a living room and a den awash in natural light. The primary bedroom is in a separate wing of the second level, replete with a sun deck and a striking spa bath.

What We Love: The backyard dining patio sits under a pergola, offering a poolside alfresco dining experience.

Listing: Michael Schultz.

Asking: $3,350,000. 


What’s Here: A newly renovated two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit at the Bicycle Station Lofts, a unique and charming building in the South Loop. Sitting on the third floor, this home features exposed brick walls, timber, beamed ceilings, and an open concept kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances. 

What We Love: 12-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that open up this home and bathe it in natural sunlight. 

Listing: Kelly Smith

Asking: $360,000. 

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: A true 1970s architectural treasure, uniquely constructed with loft-like dimensions to showcase an 18th century post-and-beam barn relocated from Maine. You’ll find nearly 5,000 square feet of interior, with five bedrooms, a formal diving room, and beamed ceilings throughout. It’s a uniquely Hudson Valley take on postmodern country house style.

What We Love: The extreme privacy and serenity offered by its 10 rolling acres.

Listing: Paula Redmond.

Asking: $1,150,000. 


What’s Here: A Queen Anne “Castle in the Sky.” This soaring Painted Lady more than lives up to its nickname, with breathtaking balconies that command far-reaching views over the Hudson River. Beyond the laundry list of creature comforts—you’ll find multiple wood-burning fireplace and a modern chef’s kitchen that’s dressed to impress—the curb appeal is truly second to none.

What We Love: A central location near the heart of this lively Rockland County village.

Listing: Ryan Paige and Adam Blankfort

Asking: $1,295,000.

South Florida

What’s Here: A stylish oceanfront oasis designed by award-winning architect Peter Bohlin. This home is windows, windows, and more windows, filling the interior with the glow of Miami Beach. An elevated, 23-yard lap pool, 100 feet of water frontage, a private dock, and a verdant tropical setting max out this minimalist haven.

What We Love: Views from the primary bedroom that are genuinely unparalleled. 

Listing: Julian Johnston.

Asking: $22,500,000. 

What’s Here: A standout Modernist in a truly ideal location. Located a shell’s throw from the coveted beaches of Ocean Ridge, this visually-striking residence boasts an open-concept layout with floor-to-ceiling windows that beam in natural light, along with a statement circular one in the living room that perfectly frames the view outside. Did we mention the outdoor kitchen?

What We Love: The sleek roof terrace, boasting a hot tub and a built-in speaker system.

Listing: Joan Finley and Kelsey Zapolsky.  

Asking: $2,300,000. 

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: An iconic 30A estate reigning over 60′ of Gulf frontage. Located at the Bluffs at Sandy Shores, this stunning modern home showcases cutting-edge design inside and out, from its open living space to a covered patio with a built-in grill. There’s an oversized pool overlooking the beach.

What We Love: Unchallenged views of those crystal blue waters.

Listing: Hilary Farnum-Fasth and Jacob Watkins.

Asking: $18,900,000. 

Northern California

What’s Here: A turnkey retreat in the heart of Sonoma County wine country, showcasing the results of a meticulous 2017 remodel that infused modern stile through every room. Spare the primary suite, the four-bedroom residence is concentrated on entirely on a single floor, with seamless flow to its resort-like backyard.

What We Love: Dreaming of pool parties and evenings around the built-in fire-pit. 

Listing: Laura Hall.

Asking: $2,600,000. 

Southern California

What’s Here: A gated Spanish-inspired compound tucked into the secluded hills of Los Feliz Oaks, right near Griffith Park. You’ll find bright, modern interiors throughout, along with plentiful patio space to take in the views. A finished lower level adds a family room, a game room, and a wet bar. There’s even a bird’s eye view of the park’s famous observatory.

What We Love: The semi-covered pool and spa, which extends beneath the loggia.

Listing: Jeremy Kaiser and Alyse Livingston.

Asking: $3,375,000.  


What’s Here: One of eight lakefront homes located on the coveted Moana Circle, overlooking its very own private beach and dock. Private and spacious, this stylish mountain retreat features four bedrooms, a double-height great room with wood-burning fireplace, and a detached two-car garage. 

What We Love: The expansive back deck, the perfect spot for lakeside entertaining. 

Listing: Mark Moore and Monica Smith

Asking: $8,995,000. 


What’s Here: A three-bedroom escape at Ka`iulani of Princeville, a luxury residential community on Kauai nestled onto a peninsular bluff. There’s a double-height great room, which flows effortlessly to the obligatory private lanai. Beyond the open, mountain, and golf course views, you’ll be able to enjoy all the resort amenities the community has to offer, including three terraced pools and a waterfront trail.

What We Love: It’s a true slice of paradise for the taking.

Listing: Donna Rice

Asking: $1,920,000.