Good Property hires CORE Group brokers to sell its Village townhouse development

August 23, 2013 03:40PM

Good Property, the brokerage and development firm that came to New York City in June 2011, appears to be outsourcing the marketing of its 23 Downing Street townhouse development.

The 3,700-square-foot property, spanning five stories and a backyard, is now listed with Emily Beare and her son David Beare, both brokers at CORE.

Good Property will partner with the firm, led by Shaun Osher, on various upcoming development and marketing projects. The under-construction 23 Downing is listed for $9.5 million, the blog Haute Living noted.

Other upcoming Good Property properties includes mixed-use buildings in Lower Manhattan and Williamsburg, a 9,000-square-foot single-family townhouse off Washington Square Park and a number of condominium projects, the specific address and names of which were not indicated by Haute Living.

The company has reportedly commenced several residential developments around New York City. Good Property has a focus on single family, multi-family, mixed-use and commercial spaces. [Haute Living]Julie Strickland