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.
448 West 37th Street
Sun-drenched Midtown West loft offers views of the Empire State Building and Hudson Yards for $1.75M, Fri, April 12, 2019
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.
This apartment may be a studio, but don’t be fooled into thinking it’s a compact space. This is a large, open concept apartment that comes in at 1,500 square feet. The Midtown West building, at 448 West 37th Street, is known as the Glass Farmhouse and was converted to condos back in 1982. (This unit last sold in 1999 for a mere $422,500!) Here, the 12-foot ceilings leave plenty of space for eye-popping, vintage artwork.