Fabulous pre-war commercial condo in The Glass Farmhouse. Unlike anything you've seen and truly a must see! This unique space is built-out as an apartment and fully functioning separate office with no detail overlooked. 12.5-foot ceilings and large north-facing windows created the backdrop for what became a work of art. Everything from the soundproofed ceiling to the chestnut floors with crocodile leather inlay has been thoughtfully designed. Lighting, windowsills, doors, desks, window treatments, closets and even doorknobs were designed specifically for this space. Concealed washer and dryer, custom built-in guest bed, double thick walls, sound system throughout - the designer/owner thought of it all. Zoned for commercial use, this condo features 2 doors to the building's hallway. One leads directly into the office and the other into the living area providing complete separation for a live/work scenario. The Glass Farmhouse was built in 1915 and is one of the few remaining buildings in NYC to offer true loft living. Neighboring the Hudson Yards development, the condominium is surrounded by trendy shops and restaurants, and favorites like Brooklyn Fare grocery story just across the street. The new Whole Foods is only a few short blocks away and multiple subway lines are nearby. Other local amenities include The High Line, The Shed, Edge and the new Moynihan station serving Amtrak, Long Island Railroad and New Jersey Transit.