Corcoran’s New & Noteworthy
October 26 Edition

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

by Abigail Finn

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 Mid-Century Modern showpiece in Brooklyn Heights, a Georgian-on-Hudson in Westchester, a luxurious Florida waterfront with a private helipad, and an oceanfront compound on Maui.


What’s Here: A sensational duplex in Zaha Hadid’s sole New York masterpiece, totaling in at 5,329 interior square feet with 3,100 of outdoor space. The 4-bedroom, 5-bath condo brings townhouse-style living to the second and third floors of the High Line head-turner, which counts robotic valet parking and a 12-seat private IMAX theater among its resident amenities.

What We Love: The sprawling, pool-ready terrace that might just be the most coveted backyard in Chelsea.

Asking: $14,975,000.

Steve Gold
o. 212.508.7193

Julie Pham
m. 917.517.8123
o. 212.444.7820

Peter Zaitzeff
o. 212.444.7938

What’s Here: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and serious pre-war chic in a quintessential Neo-Georgian elevator townhouse, erected in 1904 by Frederick Ambrose Clark — his grandfather, who built The Dakota, made a fortune as partner in the Singer sewing machine empire. The remodel exceeds meticulous, bringing modern sensibilities under its 11′ ceilings in juxtaposition with the co-op’s restored, original French windows, wrought iron Juliette balcony, and Travertine-faced wood fireplace.

What We Love: It’s also available for rent, because who doesn’t love options?

Asking: $3,250,000. 

Sebastian Steinau
m. 917.446.0205


What’s Here: The swoon-worthy home and studio of celebrated new urbanists Joseph and Mary Merz. One of three Mid-Century Modern townhouses built by the duo in this corner of Brooklyn Heights Historic District, called Willowtown, it’s embraced by a lush Japanese-style garden, with a private carport tucked discreetly below the deck.

What We Love: The chance to own an architectural showpiece (and be surrounded by all that nature).

Asking: $6,950,000.

Deborah L. Rieders
m. 917.494.2503
o. 718.923.8001

Sarah Shuken
m. 917.685.3231
o. 718.923.8068

Raquel Lomonico
m. 561.568.0297
o. 718.765.3720

The Hamptons/North Fork

What’s Here: 12 private acres to live the Hamptons lifestyle with Adirondack flair. This graceful, 8,500-square-foot lodge enjoys a hilltop setting high above the shores of Peconic Bay, boasting 7 bedrooms, a wrapping terrace, an elevator connecting all three levels. Loggias, sun decks, and lush landscaping surround a heated 50-foot-long pool.

What We Love: The feeling of upstate seclusion despite being minutes the beach.

Asking: $5,900,000.

Tim Davis
m. 516.356.5736
o. 631.702.9211

Thomas P. Davis
m. 631.885.5739
o. 631.702.9211

What’s Here: Farrell-built 6-bedroom on 1.34 acres, with smarts to match its looks. The 7,600-square-foot modern shingled residence comes wired with a cutting-edge Crestron system and a bevy of top shelf appliances. You’ll find fireplaces on all three levels, and a fully-loaded screening room to kick back with popcorn when it isn’t quite beach weather.

What We Love: A poolside pergola with a fireplace and built-in flatscreen. 

Asking: $5,990,000. 

Mala Sander
m. 917.902.7654
o. 631.899.0108

Hudson Valley

What’s Here: 13+ bucolic, gated acres in Columbia County, with two structures that conspire for a case study in rustic-chic. The main residence, crafted from a post-and-beam barn dating to 1865, is chock full of artful quirk, like a functioning riveted bathtub on the north terrace — there’s also a guest barn with an upstairs deck, to share those yonder Catskill Mountain views.

What We Love: Four hearty fireplaces, crafted from 7,000 bricks, to keep those lofty interiors toasty.

Asking: $3,600,000. 

Julia Crowley
m. 845.797.1262
o. 845.876.6676


What’s Here: A classic Hudson River residence designed in 1929 by Beaux-Arts-trained Richard Henry Dana IV, the grandson of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The remodeled Georgian Colonial offers more than 4,500 square feet of bright interior space, with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, and panoramic views. Scarborough station, on Metro-North’s Hudson Line, is just up the road.

What We Love: The gingerbread gazebo, in the back garden — perfect for catching sunsets over the water.

Asking: $1,995,000. 

Patricia Neuwirth
m. 914.391.7585

South Florida

What’s Here: 7,300 square feet coupling Palazzo glamor with casual elegance, located directly across the street from the ocean. Soaring ceilings and arched hallways define the 7-bedroom oasis, which includes discrete guest quarters above the garage. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors bridge the lavish backyard, tucked in a courtyard-like fashion with tropical landscaping and a heated pool.

What We Love: The constellation of more than a dozen Moravian star pendants, dangled from its coffered ceiling, that illuminates the grand entrance hall.

Asking: $6,295,000. 

Candace Friis
o. 561.573.9966

Phil Friis
o. 561.573.9966

What’s Here: 1930s Mediterranean Revival buffed out with a modern edge, set behind iron gates on one of the most sought-after blocks in the city’s El Cid district. The elegant 4-bedroom, 4,080-square-foot home perfectly synthesizes period details with sleek modernity, from arched leaded glass windows to a contemporary glass-paneled staircase.

What We Love: A perfect built-in wet bar, set in perfect proximity to the patio doors.

Asking: $3,250,000. 

Paulette Koch
o. 561.346.8639

Dana Koch
o. 561.379.7718

Northwest Florida

What’s Here: 21,000 square feet of Hamptons-style elegance, reigning over an unbeatable a 3.1 acre waterfront parcel with 6 bedrooms, a 7-car garage, and a landscaped backyard with a saltwater infinity pool. 200 feet of bulkheaded frontage on St. Andrew’s Bay reveals a private white sand beach and the opportunity to construct a 150′ dock. 

What We Love: A private helipad to exclaim “to the chopper!” at whim and mean it.

Asking: $14,000,000.

Lori Buckalew
m. 850.774.6572

Taylor Buckalew
m. 310.614.8609

Hilary Farnum-Fasth
m. 850.685.0171

Jacob Watkins
m. 850.797.869

Central Florida

What’s Here: A standout 6-bedroom home on nearly 3 acres in guard-gated Keene’s Point Country Club. Resort-like grounds include a pool and spa, and a dock with a duo of boat lifts keeps the full wonder of the Butler Chain of Lakes quite literally in your backyard. A screened-in lanai, with a summer kitchen and outdoor fireplace, spans the entire length of the home.

What We Love: A thousand-bottle, temperature-controlled wine cellar to support pairings for your every fireside dinner al fresco.

Asking: $3,495,000. 

Jay Martin
m. 407.496.8613
o. 407.749.6200

Steve Healy
m. 407.230.1441
o. 407.749.6200


What’s Here: A 6-bedroom Colonial Revival, in the Chicago suburbs, with a temple-fronted façade and columns. It’s entered through a soaring marble foyer, which opens into expansive free-flowing interior spaces that include two family rooms, 4 en-suite bedrooms, and a walkout lower level.

What We Love: Park-like grounds with basketball and tennis courts, along with a sparkling pool and spa.

Asking: $1,999,900.

Chris Vernald
m. 630.330.7191
o. 312.528.9279

Northern California

What’s Here: A sun-splashed 3-bedroom residence with majestic views over Mill Valley and onward towards San Francisco and its bay. The concept of hygge runs through all 3,078 square feet, every last one designed with comfort and style in mind. A spacious deck and secret garden complement the wonder.

What We Love: A dreamy detached cottage that’s a perfect home office-away-from-home.

Asking: $2,895,000. 

Chris DeNike
m. 415.250.8052
o. 415.496.2600

Southern California/San Diego

What’s Here: A stunning French Country-style home that proves it’s not the number of floors that matters, it’s how you use them. The stunning, 4,367-square-foot residence in Rancho Glen Estates packs 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and nuanced living space all in a single story, accented in a wide variety of textures including barrel-wood sliding doors and wide plank floors.

What We Love: An oasis of a backyard with a new saltwater pool, barbecue island, and an outdoor fireplace.

Asking: $3,050,000. 

Marie Garber
o. 858.245.2177

Lake Tahoe/Reno

What’s Here: An enchantingly luxurious country home on 5+ acres, with unobstructed mountain views out just about every window. You’ll find 4 bedrooms and 5.5 baths amidst its 8,500 total square feet of traditional elegance, framed by a wraparound front porch and a covered patio out back to take in the scenery.

What We Love: The subtle feel of living in a luxe boutique hotel.

Asking: $4,200,000. 

Daphine MacLean
m. 775.772.6758
o. 775.236.1500


What’s Here: Luxury living, unbeatable ocean views, on Waipio Bay. While that functionally reads the part, no short-form description could ever match a Maui retreat that truly is the poetry its P.O. infers. The 4.1-acre compound soars high above the ocean with three discrete tile-roofed structures, snug and sequestered in a veritable Eden of fruit trees and tropical flora. Flexible living space and breathtaking views will inspire your inner W.S. Merwin daily.

What We Love: A winning collection of carefully-crafted interior highlights, like hand-trowled plaster walls, a shower of polished Vermont slate, and a mango-wood mantle.

Asking: $2,999,000.

Amber Lee
m. 808.989.4468
o. 808.589.2040

Stephen Cipres
m. 808.295.5009
o. 808.589.2040


What’s Here: 10,500 square feet of mountain indulgence, with custom alder doors, hickory hardwood floors, and geothermal heat. A soaring stone fireplace and 400+ bottle wine vault are but a sampling of the highlights you’ll find indoors, while an outdoor fireplace, pond, and patios round out the 2.7 acres of grounds.

What We Love: A heated, 25-meter indoor lap pool with a rock waterfall and hot tub.

Asking: $3,399,000. 

Claire Averill
m. 303.809.5021
o. 303.399.7777