315 West 36th Street #17A

$2,900,000

186 m2,   $15,591 per m2,   2 beds,   2 baths
Condo in: Hudson Yards
MONTHLY TAXES
MONTHLY COMMON CHARGES
$1,901
$1,595

About the Building

UNITS
STORIES
BUILT
20
17
1926

Amenities

HIGHLIGHTS

Cats and Dogs Allowed
Elevator
Full-time Doorman
Washer/Dryer In-Unit

BUILDING AMENITIES

Locker/Cage
Wheelchair Access

LISTING AMENITIES

Central Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Fireplace
Hardwood Floors
View: City
View: Skyline
Waterview

OUTDOOR SPACE

Roof Deck
Terrace

Description

Combining a flawless design with more than 100 feet of over-sized south, west and north facing windows, a 50-foot long terrace, along with river, city, and Empire State Building views, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft in Midtown West is a one-of-a-kind New York City apartment.The spacious living/dining room is bathed in light compliments of numerous oversized windows with three exposures. The lovely space features a standout river stone fireplace, and opens onto the terrace with panoramic views. There are vaulted beamed ceilings and unique custom designed walnut floors leading to the adjacent open chef's kitchen. A gorgeous granite island houses a six-burner, stainless steel Viking stove and hood exhaust. The kitchen is also equipped with appliances by Miele, including a dishwasher, and deep-stained, custom hardwood cabinetry. A separate private bedroom wing is located just off the main entry hall, containing an elegant master suite with a custom walk-in closet and full bath, plus a second bathroom with a deep soaking tub and a bedroom that can easily be utilized as a den, home office or library. The home also boasts a dedicated laundry room with a Miele washer and dryer, along with central air and a service entrance.This charming pre-war building offers a full-time doorman, common roof deck, elevator and 150 additional square feet of storage provided by management. The building is a former garment factory in the fashion district built in 1928. Designed by George and Andrew Blum, it is listed in the National Architectural Trust. Set just one block from the new Hudson Yards neighborhood, the Highline, vibrant Hell's Kitchen, Chelsea, and all of Midtown are just steps away. Penn Station and the Port Authority offering transit options far beyond the city, while the newly opened 7 line, A/C/E, N/Q/R, and 1/2/3 trains grant you easy access to the rest of the five boroughs.
Listing by: Compass, Corporate Broker, 90 5th Ave, New York NY 10011 7624