Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
November 9 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, from New York City to Florida to Hawaii. Among this week’s picks: A modern Tribeca townhouse with a private garage, an 11,000-square-foot new build in the Hamptons, a 20-acre equestrian estate near Orlando, and a Hawaii beachfront on the world’s most coveted surf break.


What’s Here: A 3-bedroom, 3-bath corner unit on the 28th floor of Ariel West Condominiums, wrapped with panoramic views across three exposures — who can tire of unobstructed Hudson River sunsets? 2,500+ square feet include a home office, extra-wide gourmet kitchen, and a spacious 30′ x 15′ great room, sporting 10′ ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Rounding it off is the bevy of enviable building amenities: There’s a fitness center with an indoor pool, and a landscaped courtyard adds a playground and basketball court.

What We Love: The fresh 10% price reduction.

Asking: $3,650,000.

Scott B. Stewart
m. 917.806.4068
o. 212.875.2884

David Ayers
m. 917.519.0622
o. 212.875.2949

What’s Here: A contemporary townhouse of unparalleled luxury, affording more than 6,600 square feet of exquisitely-designed space in the vibrant and sought-after Tribeca West Historic District. The six-level, 5-bedroom residence boasts three terraces, a double-height great room, and an opulent primary suite that occupies the entire fourth floor. Calling it incredible “from the ground up” would be an understatement: There’s a finished lower recreation level with a wine cellar, laundry room, and ample storage.

What We Love: The private tandem garage, replete with a mudroom, half bath, and elevator access.

Asking: $11,500,000.

Peter Zaitzeff
o. 212.444.7938

Caitlin Williams
m. 917.747.7326


What’s Here: A 1-bedroom, designer-renovated co-op on the parlor floor of a classic 1890s brownstone. Modern sensibilities fill the home’s period proportions, from the spacious and ergonomic bedroom suite to the sleek, custom-cabinetry kitchen. It’s all situated along one of the most architecturally-beguiling streets in Brooklyn, running a single, quiet block between Kane and DeGraw — it’s just around the corner from the shops and cafés of Court Street. 

What We Love: The thought of stepping right out of bed onto the 20′ long balcony, which overlooks the lush garden below.

Asking: $1,345,000.

Daniel Douglas
o. 212.875.2835

Eileen A. LaMorte
o. 212.875.2849

The Hamptons/North Fork

What’s Here: More than 11,000 square feet of Hamptons new construction excellence, from a walk-out lower level—there’s a wine cellar and terraced screening room—to a towering roof deck beckoning vistas over Mecox Bay and the ocean. The 8-bedroom, 11-bath residence is sited on 4.6-acres of prime and private Hamptons countryside, filled out with landscaped gardens, a tennis court, an oversized pool with raised spa, and a kitchen and laundry-equipped recreation pavilion.

What We Love: The 2,000 square foot deck, running the length of the house, with a full outdoor kitchen and stone-faced gas fireplace.

Asking: $9,950,000.

Gary DePersia
m. 516.380.0538
o. 631.899.0215

What’s Here: A secluded, 2-acre compound a shell’s throw from Quantuck Bay, anchored by a 3,500-square-foot postmodern residence. You’ll find it impressively renovated with bright, contemporary style and state-of-the-art appliances. Property highlights include a tennis court with basketball hoop, a spacious pool, along with a detached garage and a 1-bedroom pool house with a kitchenette and bath.

What We Love: The skylit gourmet kitchen, with a roomy and sun-filled breakfast nook that overlooks the lush gardens. 

Asking: $5,995,000.

Linda Zelin
m. 917.747.2165
o. 631.288.6900

Margot Jacobs
m. 917.204.3231
o. 631.899.2702

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: The chance to own a fun-sized Queen Anne charmer with views of the Hudson River and Catskills, tucked along a dead-end street strolling distance from the quirkily-stylish village of Tivoli (consider the chirpy neighboring B&B, called The Suminski Innski). Original wide-plank wood floors, 10′ ceilings, and a welcoming front porch keep historical integrity in what ticks all the boxes for today’s definition of the perfect country retreat.

What We Love: Toasting sunsets over snow-capped mountains, in winter, or wandering to town for creatively-flavored scoops at Fortune’s—a level of cool that’s unmatched through those dog days of summer.

Asking: $795,000. 

Julia Crowley
m. 845.797.1262
o. 845.876.6676


What’s Here: 3,257 square feet of Stockbroker Tudor classicism in the Chillmark Heights section of Ossining, an iconic early-20th century subdivision by industrialist V. Everit Macy — son of Josiah, the Nantucket shipping mogul-turned-Rockefeller associate. Marvelously renovated, the 6-bedroom stunner retains its oak paneling and other rich, original details, true to Macy’s vision in developing his architecturally-notable suburban neighborhood.

What We Love: Can you say “curb appeal?”

Asking: $799,000. 

Karen Stroub
m. 914.646.8070
o. 914.332.6300

South Florida

What’s Here: Over 8,000 square feet of opulent waterfront living on Hypoluxo Island’s Manalapan Point, surrounded by a lush 3/4-acre of mature palm-fronted property and a new seawall guarding its 169 feet of frontage. A circular drive welcomes you to the elegant, 5-bedroom residence, further augmented with a built-in elevator, garaging for a quartet of cars, and an outdoor kitchen with a hooded grill.

What We Love: The soaring great room, with its double-height ceiling, coral block chimney breast, and spiraling statement staircase.

Asking: $6,495,000. 

Steven Presson
m. 561.843.6057

What’s Here: A 2-bedroom, 2-bath residence in the iconic Sun & Surf complex, complete with a spacious home office boasting one serious Zoom background. The sumptuous main suite features a spa-like bath, and the corner great room, with walls of floor-to-ceiling windows, invites uninterrupted ocean views. Add to that the litany of amenities that have made this curvilinear condominium a Palm Beach tradition for generations.

What We Love: The lengthy terrace that wraps it all up.

Asking: $3,700,000. 

Paulette Koch
m. 561.346.8639

Dana Koch
m. 561.379.7718

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: A newly-constructed, 6-bedroom luxury beach house on an oversized corner lot that straddles conservation land. The 5,500+ square foot residence is accented with warmly-decorated rooms, soaring ceilings, and seemingly unlimited porch space. It’s all the best elements of the coastal Walton County lifestyle under a single roof.

What We Love: Those double-stacked outdoor fireplaces, warming both levels of terrace (not to mention the soul).

Asking: $4,950,000. 

Rob Weil
m. 850.714.1935
o. 850.231.5030

Julie Kerwin Cumby
m. 850.687.6625
o. 850.231.5030

Central Florida

What’s Here: Oakdale Farm, a 20-acre equestrian estate in the heart of Lake County. The French Colonial-inspired main residence, shaded by century-old oaks has 3 bedrooms, a grand staircase, and warmly-appointed living spaces; a guest house adds an additional 1,000 square feet. A screened-in pool adds creature comforts, while the barn, cattle chute, and cross-fenced pastures add comfort for creatures. It’s all minutes from the festive, Victorian-era downtown of Mount Dora and its surrounding chain of lakes.

 What We Love: The dreamy double front porch, exuding such Southern charm the mere sight of it seems perfumed in magnolias.

Asking: $1,100,000.

Kim Diaz
m. 407.443.5098
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: A 2-bedroom, 2-bath residence in a classic c.1894 building smack in the middle of Lincoln Park, one of the Windy City’s most iconic neighborhoods and home to its flagship recreational institution. The home boasts 1,500 square feet of interior, with a roomy primary suite, formal dining room, in-unit laundry, and ample storage. Some of the city’s best shopping and dining is right out your front door, but there’s a private rear deck for when you’re looking to get out while still staying home.

What We Love: Resplendent milled-hardwood doors and a wood-burning brick fireplace even Chicago winters are no match for.

Asking: $519,000. 

Bo Xu
m. 312.989.2354
o. 312.528.9200

Northern California

What’s Here: In-town perfection in Marin County, just a few blocks from downtown San Rafael on the Sycamore-lined streets of the city’s Forbes neighborhood. If not for the helpless curb appeal and meticulously-restored interior hardware, one might hardly guess this renovated 3-bedroom dates to the 1880s. The updated, free-flowing floor plan is as welcoming as it is practical, stretching a relaxed canvas for indoor-outdoor Bay Area living.

What We Love: The cozy, curtained back porch with wood stove, a gateway to the enchanting backyard (which comes complete with a detached garden-view home office).

Asking: $1,595,000. 

Jen Pfeiffer
o. 415.496.2600

Andrew Roth
m. 415.786.6548

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: An ultra-private, double-gated lakefront compound on 4.75 acres, replete with a pier and 300 feat of pure sand beach on the clear, turquoise-tinted waters of Tahoe. The main residence and guest house together offer a total of 10 bedrooms and more than 10,000 interior square feet, affording serious flexibility for any host with the most. After all, who wouldn’t want to share such an incredible Sierra Nevada setting?

What We Love: The impressive, skylit entertainment pavilion with vaulted, wood-beam ceilings and a fireplace.

Asking: $46,000,000. 

Michael Oliver
m. 530.308.4728
o. 530.581.1100


What’s Here: A permanent box seat on the Banzai Pipeline, the coveted break on the North Shore of Oahu that’s been called the most famous surf spot in the world. This 4-bedroom, 4-bath residence, called Pipeline Villa, lies front and center before the legendary barrels, and there’s no better place to watch them than the back patio. Rooftop solar panels help embrace the values of “kuleana” — the shared responsibility towards the surrounding environment.

What We Love: It’s radical in every possible respect.

Asking: $14,000,000. 

Stephen Cipres
o. 808.589.2040


What’s Here: A 24th-floor penthouse in Pinnacle Towers, located on the south side of Denver’s City Park. The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath condo stares straight at the downtown skyline with the Rockies behind it, enjoying a true postcard view of the Mile-High City. A gourmet chef’s kitchen has a large granite island and all-stainless appliances. Head down to the 7th floor of the 24/7 concierge building to the residents-only fitness center, or enjoy the outdoor pool and hot tub, fire pit, or private-locker-fitted wine cellar.

What We Love: A duo of private balconies to take in that crisp, mountain air.

Asking: $2,125,000. 

Pam Parker
m. 303.875.7117
o. 303.370.5789


What’s Here: A modern, 3-bedroom townhome (b.2018) designed to embrace Arizona’s year-round warm weather. The open plan living area extends outside through a 20-foot glass sliding door, bridging the spacious back patio with the waterfall island-fitted gourmet kitchen. There’s a full bath and laundry on the second floor, and the garage comes pre-equipped with a Level 2 outlet for charging electric vehicles.

What We Love: The private, spacious rooftop terrace, looking out to mountain vistas and watercolor skies.

Asking: $619,000. 

Craig Young
m. 480.773.2183
o. 480.794.1694