One Wall Street — A 56 Story Art Deco Masterpiece by Macklowe PropertiesThe glorious Art Deco building recently opened up to offer a first-look inside the largest office-to-residential conversions in NYC history. Share
One Wall Street is a treasured Art Deco landmark reborn as Downtown’s finest luxury condominium. Following a remarkably intricate and complex restoration, legendary developer Harry Macklowe is transforming the Ralph Walker-designed masterpiece from a pillar of American finance, originally built in 1931 as the home of Irving Trust, into a modern lifestyle destination unlike any other residence in New York.
Inside, find a unique collection of luxury apartments ranging from studio to four bedrooms, including a triplex penthouse positioned in the building’s historic crown. Apartments feature generous layouts, many with home offices and/or outdoor space, the highest quality Italian kitchens, stone and marble baths, and tall ceilings all set within one of New York’s most cherished buildings. Extraordinary views are another point of distinction, from upper-floor residences looking out over the skyline and New York Harbor to lower-floor homes surrounded by Manhattan’s most historic and iconic architecture, including Trinity Church, The New York Stock Exchange, and Wall Street.
The One Club, encompassing 100,000 square feet of amenities, elevates everyday life at One Wall Street. Features include a 75’ indoor swimming pool on the 38th Floor surrounded by panoramic views. Exclusively for residents and their guests, it rivals the best private social clubs of London and New York City. Inspired by resort hotel-level amenities and services, The One Club offers a daily living experience that simply isn’t available at any other condominium residence in the city.
Perched on the 39th floor, with wraparound cityscape and New York Harbor views, residents can socialize in the lounge, enjoy breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner in the private dining room, or unwind with cocktails from the craft bar while contemplating the skyline from the 4500-square-foot landscaped terrace. The exclusive space allow residents to exercise or destress by the most luxurious means possible, with a glass-enclosed swimming pool on the 38th Floor and a full-floor Wellness and Fitness Center.
From lobby to crown, every square inch of One Wall Street has been born anew. The interiors have been thoughtfully redesigned, the exterior meticulously restored. The residences have been conceived and configured from empty space—their shapes and sizes, proportions and personalities determined by a philosophy that places quality of life before all else. The design of the kitchen animates the aesthetic for the entire residence: curated materials, artful fixtures, high-performance appliances, precision craftsmanship, attention to detail and two premium finish options—brilliant white with classic Calacatta marble, or warm-toned with honed Travertine stone.
The development is also bringing neighbourhood-defining retail, including a 50,000 square-foot Whole Foods and a 75,000 square-foot LifeTime Fitness resort, and an additional offering within the building’s most inimitable space: the dazzling Red Room designed by artisan Hildreth Meière, is often cited as one of the most breathtaking interior spaces in the world. Previously serving as a banking hall, the soaring 33-foot-tall ceiling is covered by 13,000 square feet of mosaic tiles in orange, red, oxblood and gold, and will become one of the most spectacular retail experiences in the country.
Occupying the very centre of New York’s most historic neighbourhood, One Wall Street is just steps from world-class shopping, award-winning dining, the Battery Park and Hudson River esplanades, and a host of entertainment and cultural venues. Long known as the Financial District, the neighbourhood is rapidly becoming the city’s newest residential mecca, with amenities that run the gamut from waterfront parks and farmer’s markets to al fresco restaurants and artisanal boutiques. Being in the narrowest part of Manhattan means all the city’s mass transit lines converge to within a few blocks of one another. Add to that the bridges, ferries, water taxis and heliports, and getting around couldn’t be easier or faster.
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