About Corigin

12-12-2013_12-46-42_logoIn just a few years, commercial real estate developer and investment firm Corigin has become a key player in New York’s residential markets, as it acquires, leases, and refinances properties throughout Manhattan. Among its more recent transactions, Corigin acquired a 14,250-square-foot mixed use building in the Financial District with six apartments and two retail stores, signed leases for a planned ground-floor wine bar and juice bar in Gramercy Park, refinanced loans on residential properties in Midtown West and the West Village, and purchased a restaurant/apartment building in Alphabet City. As Corigin continues to find exciting new properties for development and repositioning, the company and its executive team oversee financing, design, construction, marketing, and other important functions.

Developer of Columbus Circle luxury condominium The Element, Corigin has sold each of the 198 residential units in the 430,000-square-foot tower, designed by SLCE Architects. Providing the highest degree of comfort and security in The Element, Corigin offers residents personal concierge services, three pools, squash and basketball courts, a yoga studio, sweeping views, and other features to satisfy the most discriminating tastes. Noted for its creative condominium renovation projects, Corigin also built and developed Tribeca’s Sugar Lofts and The Loft in SoHo, both steeped in an aesthetic sensibility to match the character of their respective neighborhoods.

A large provider of student housing as well, Corigin offers apartment-style living to more than 2,400 New York University students at, 321 Bowery Street and 80 Lafayette Street, all managed by wholly owned subsidiary Corigin Mangement. Find more information on Corigin and its properties both in New York and in other areas at http://www.corigin.com.


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