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The Westerley (Compass) The Westerley (Compass)
Plans for The Westerley date back to August 2016, when permits were filed to replace a two-story garage at 441 West 37th Street with an 11-story mixed-use building. The design by DLJU Architects pays tribute to the area’s industrial history with a brick facade and gridded floor-to-ceiling windows. However, to look at the condo units inside, one would see the prototype of a post-pandemic building: The nine full-floor two-bedroom units are reached via private elevator entrance with contactless controls – the better to practice social distancing and avoid high-contact surfaces – and long-planned features like flexible floor plans and private outdoor space went from wants to needs after months of lockdown. Many New Yorkers have returned to a more active life and closings have recently commenced at an average price of $1,604 per square foot. Many units came in at or above ask, and the building is nearly 50% sold.
As of this writing, availabilities include:

  • A full-floor home with a private balcony in the primary suite for $1.975 million
  • A garden triplex with a basement-level rec room and private garden for $3.35 million
  • A duplex penthouse with one private terrace and two private balconies for $3.7 million
Hudson Yards condos Penthouse terrace (Compass)
This section of the Far West Side that has long been dominated by rentals, but The Westerley is part of an exciting crop of new condos. A sales launch is on the horizon for Society House, an office conversion down the street that will house the TF Chen Arts Center and 66 luxury condos. In the meantime, the uber-luxury condos of 15 Hudson Yards and 35 Hudson Yards continue to fetch high prices.
Beyond the condos, the buzz of the Hudson Yards area shows no sign of slowing down. Chef’s Table, the restaurant next door to The Westerley, retained its three Michelin stars at this fall’s ceremony; down the street, acclaimed chef Dan Kluger’s newest concept, Greywind, is planned for the base of 451 Tenth Avenue. This Handel Architects-designed building also houses senior residences Coterie Hudson Yards and The Set, apartments on top that offer a new take on pied-a-terres. Moreover, the Foster + Partners-designed 50 Hudson Yards opened in October 2022 and will welcome a Russ & Daughters outpost next year.
Th Westerley Hudson Yards condos

↓ Loft-inspired layouts, tall ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling casement windows nod to the area’s history. However, dimmable LED lighting, energy-efficient HVAC systems, vented in-unit washer/dryers, and prewiring for smart home controls were made for today’s buyer.

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↓ Kitchens come outfitted with custom oak Lusso Cucina cabinetry, under-cabinet lighting, Argento quartz countertops and backsplash, Brizo polished chrome faucets with hand spray, and Miele appliances.

Hudson Yards condos

↓ Many primary bedrooms have private balconies, and all have walk-in closets.

Midtown condos

↓ Primary baths have floor-to-ceiling limestone tile, custom eucalyptus double vanities, medicine cabinets, glass-enclosed walk-in showers, and Duravit Darling wall-mounted toilets.

↓ Flexible layouts can accommodate a sizable home office.

↓ High-floor apartments and the Westerley's Sky Lounge looks out on dramatic city views.

↓ It is in a central location near Hudson Yards, Times Square, and myriad transportation options including Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, and the Lincoln Tunnel.

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Garden unit

441 West 37th Street

441-West-37th-Street Manhattan's Far West Side from Pier 84 in Hudson River Park

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