Click Above to Watch the Video and Time Lapse Tours of this remarkable home!Architecturally spectacular, this rare condo bordering Hudson Yards captures the essence of true loft living, complete with mesmerizing views that wrap from the Empire State Building to the Hudson River and beyond. Offering over 2,600SF of thoughtful design, this duplex has a dramatic entertaining space with soaring ceilings, oversized picture windows, skylights and a wood burning fireplace. This unique home also features two bedrooms, both with en-suite baths, a windowed home office, a sizeable den and an additional half bath. The open kitchen was designed with entertaining in mind and is outfitted with Subzero, Garland and Miele appliances and custom cabinetry. The spacious dining area is lined with windows and easily accommodates a large dinner party. The windowed home office has custom built-ins and a half bath. An incredible slate staircase leads to a windowed den/library that opens to a master suite offering views and exposures on all sides - wake up to the sun rising to the East and enjoy spectacular sunset views over the river to the West! The master bedroom also features a walk in closet and a serene, spa-like custom designed bath with double sinks, soaking tub and separate shower. Additional amenities and conveniences include an in unit washer/dryer and an abundance of closets.The Glass Farmhouse was built in 1914 and is one of the few remaining buildings offering true loft living. This live/work building is pet-friendly and has a central laundry room, two elevators and a part-time lobby attendant. Assessment of $404.38 through March 2019.Located on West 37th Street, this home is surrounded by trendy new shops and restaurants, Brooklyn Fare and just blocks away from the highly anticipated Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project. Hudson Yards will include 14 acres of public open space, over 100 shops including Neiman Marcus and a collection of restaurants curated by Chef Thomas Keller. Other amenities include access to The High Line and The Shed, a flexible multi-arts center designed to present performing arts and visual arts, as well as the 7 train.