Steps away from Hudson Yards, this corner loft at 448 West 37th Street just hit the market for $1,750,000. The Midtown West building is also known as the Glass Farmhouse—a former school building that was converted to condos in 1982—and this sun-drenched unit definitely lives up to that name. Ten 12-foot windows wrap around the 1,500 square-foot open layout, which promises plenty of opportunities for customization. The unit is currently configured as a studio with a sleeping alcove above the bathroom, but the listing shows alternate plans for those who may want to build out walls and transform it into a one or two bedroom.
You’ll walk right into the bright, open space, which is divided into living and dining areas. The corner apartment gets southern and eastern exposure, with great views of the surrounding neighborhood. Hardwood floors and exposed beams define the loft vibe while happy houseplants add a bit of life.
The stainless kitchen features a mix of open shelving and glass-enclosed cabinets. It comes with all Viking appliances and a Miele washer and dryer.
The bathroom is quite the stunner, complete with a rain shower and a soaking tub framed by walnut and a slate accent wall.
The pet-friendly building offers a mix of live/work spaces, a common roof deck, and a part-time lobby attendant.
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Listing images by Rich Caplan; courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Midtown West