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A possible preview of what's to come in the McGraw-Hill Building? (The Chocolate Factory, #4C - The Corcoran Group) A possible preview of what's to come in the McGraw-Hill Building? (The Chocolate Factory, #4C - The Corcoran Group)
Three years after the world went on lockdown, new hybrid work habits have gone from a temporary fix to a way of life for many office workers, leaving many to reflect that the empty space could be converted to much-needed housing. One of the furthest along in the process is the McGraw-Hill Building in Hell's Kitchen. Discussions started in October 2022; more recently, building manager Resolution Real Estate announced that work will begin this summer to convert floors 12 to 32 to 224 residential apartments with two floors of amenity space on top. SLCE Architects will design the apartments to feature floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings. If all goes according to plan, the residential component's completion is estimated for the second quarter of 2024.

"The McGraw-Hill building is perfectly suited for this type of conversion, with its incredible ceiling heights, access to natural light and open interior floor plans" — Gerard Nocera, Managing Partner, Resolution Real Estate Partners

330-West-42nd-Street-01 Rendering of McGraw-Hill Building entrance (MdeAS Architects)
In addition to a central Midtown location, the McGraw-Hill Building will offer residents the chance to live in a New York City Landmark, having been so designated in 1979. It is easily identifiable for its massive height, blue-green terra cotta facade, and Art Deco design details. In addition to the educational publisher what gave the building its name, it has counted Marvel Comics and Group Health Insurance among its tenants.
Rich history and original design elements are among the factors that draw buyers to listings in converted buildings of all types, from stores to factories to offices. Many listings tout "loft-like interiors," but these homes can truly claim that distinction for their provenance.

The Penny Lane, #110 (Elegran LLC)

The Chocolate Factory, #4C (Corcoran Group)

Belltel Lofts, #8O (Corcoran Group)

Grand Madison, #APT11G (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

The Clocktower Building, #3L (Sothebys International Realty)

Holtz House, #9F (Compass)

108 Leonard, #8E (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

49 Chambers Street, #7D (Keller Williams NYC)

141 West 24th Street, #6thFloor (Sothebys International Realty)

The Dietz Lantern Building, #6B (Compass)

River Lofts, #3E (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

The Wren, #5 (OFFICIAL)

111 West 57th Street, #12S (Corcoran Group)

Walker Tower, #19C (Sothebys International Realty)

90 Morton Street, #PH9A (Modlin Group LLC)
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