This Midtown West condo, at 448 West 37th Street, is known as the Glass Farmhouse—and this live/work loft is certainly glassy. The completely open, 1,550-square-foot pad has 13-foot, beamed ceilings, with eight feet of windows underneath. And all that space, the listing suggests, “allows endless possibilities for decoration and setup as you want.” Although the building is a condo, this one is up on the rental market for nearly $5,000 a month.
The apartment doesn’t have a separate bedroom, meaning you’ve got one big space that’s ideal for an artist—who can splurge on rent. And one big perk: there are tons of closets and storage space built throughout.
The open kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. Custom cabinets take advantage of the 13-foot ceilings.
The spa-like bathroom was recently renovated, with a custom built double sink vanity and an imported European washer/dryer.
This apartment comes from a converted 1913 printing house, and many of those warehouse details–like the beamed ceilings and big windows–can be found in all the units. (Here’s another stunning condo that utilizes the open concept floorplan, which was on the market this spring for $1.675 million.) Glass Farmhouse residents all enjoy common rooftop, renovated elevators and hallways, a part-time lobby attendant, and laundry–for those who don’t have their own imported washer/dryer system, of course.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
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