Please note the photos are virtually staged.
This Loft Home with approximately 1,639 Square feet. The current layout is a one bedroom one and a half bath with a large office area the apartment features 10-11 feet ceilings and northern light pouring through nine oversized windows. The loft can easily be converted to a two or three beds and two full baths. Currently the loft has a separate laundry room; which is rare in this city. This true industrial style loft has the bones of historic garment factory style windows.
The apartment could easily transform into an amazingly tranquil life style well above Midtown’s bustle. There is a storage unit assigned to the unit located in the basement at no additional monthly cost. The twelfth floor has only four units per floor. This loft has central AC and very low monthly costs for a Condominium, well under $1 a square foot. Heat is provided by the building and included in the common charge. The building is getting a new residential lobby and elevator, the assessment has already been paid by the current owners.
The apartment shows like a functional office and will need work, with that said, bring your own architect, you are not paying for someone else’s renovation.
The Gothic-Deco structure was designed in 1926 by the Blum Brothers, and it has been converted to Condominium in 2004. This 315 West 36 condominium building has a 24-hour doorman/concierge, a roof deck, and is located near the A, C,E,1,2,3, R, Q, N, LIRR, and PATH trains.