One Wall Street

Between work, family, and taking advantage of all of the excitement of NYC, sometimes you just need to relax and unwind. So, why not treat yourself to a day of indulging in self-care? When you live in one of the Lower Manhattan condos for sale at One Wall Street, you can have a resort-style experience from the comfort of your own home. 

Located in an iconic New York City landmark, One Wall Street will have all the amenities you need to make your health and wellbeing a top priority once open. And it all starts the moment you wake up in a OWS bedroom and take in the stunning views. Then get ready to focus on your mind and body with one of the building’s most-exclusive perks: The One Club. With world-class facilities, luxurious design, and the ultimate in privacy, this exclusive club will bring wellness to the next level. 

Begin your morning in The One Club with a refreshing swim on the 38th floor. Do a few laps or simply float your cares away in this glass-enclosed oasis in the sky as you drift and watch the sun start its rise over the city. 

After a dip, take in some air on the terrace, put on your favorite meditation app or relaxing music, and watch the city and the harbor come to life with the new day. This tranquil sanctuary is ready for you to use at any time and is an ideal place to unwind with a glass of wine at sunset. 

Of course, relaxation sometimes requires a little help. That’s where One Wall Street’s concierge comes in. With only the best-of-the-best in the city, they can schedule any wellness activity you prefer, from a personal trainer to a masseuse to a glam team. 

If your preferred way of destressing involves more intense physical exercise, just take a quick elevator ride downstairs to Life Time. Residents of One Wall Street get unlimited access to Life Time, a premier on-site health club. With 75,000 square feet of state-of-the-art equipment and a lineup of classes sure to suit any fitness level, it’s the ultimate place to work out. Life Time also has every spa and wellness service to keep your body and mind in tiptop shape. 

After your full day of indulging, step into your spa-like, marble-clad bathroom for a quick shower or long soak. Finally, head to bed and drift off to a deep slumber as you watch the city sparkle below. The best part? You’ll be able to have this spa day any day when you reside at One Wall Street. 

Want to learn more about all the features this singular address has to offer? Contact our sales team today. 

Like One Wall Street itself, Downtown Manhattan’s exquisite sushi scene combines traditional forms with contemporary execution for unbeatable quality and style. Living at the striking Art Deco condo conversion puts one in the heart of the culinary action, with plenty of world-class sushi spots within minutes of home. So, pick up your chopsticks, prepare yourself for that wasabi burn, and enjoy the best sushi in Downtown Manhattan!

Sushi refers to the Japanese name for the sticky rice that forms the bed for many succulent cuts of raw fish. While sushi has existed in Japan since the eighth century, it didn’t make its way over to America until the 20th century, when a small group of restaurants in Los Angeles introduced the Western world to the delicacy. By the 1980s, sushi had gone nationwide, with the expensive, small-portioned meals becoming a staple of high-end business dining everywhere. Now, with over 15,000 sushi restaurants across the USA, it’s fair to say that sushi is here to stay.

In Downtown Manhattan, many would say that sushi begins and ends with Nobu. Though not exactly a purveyor of traditional sushi, Nobu, named for celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, has earned its spot atop the sushi world with envelope-pushing preparations backed up by unparalleled fish selections and a legendary omakase (chef’s choice) menu. Nobu’s lounge, by architect David Rockwell, transports guests to the Japanese countryside with its birch trees and a wall made of river stones, creating an unforgettable backdrop against which to enjoy this life-changing sushi.

For a truly intimate experience, try one of these small but excellent sushi-yas. Chef Shion Uino’s Shion 69 Leonard offers a $420 prix-fixe menu of individually prepared Edomae-style sushi cuts at his small Financial District spot, where reservations are required. If you can’t snag a seat at Shion’s bar, try Sushi of Gari, a slightly less expensive sushi-ya with similarly tight reservation requirements and unbeatable cuts of succulent toro and mouth watering uni. 

If you’re in need of a high-end sushi fix but can’t wait a month for your reservation, try Suteishi, where Japanese cuisine meets American ingredients and preparations to create delicious fusion fare. Enjoy unique dishes such as the bigeye tuna with a roasted garlic chip or the popular tuna ravioli, or stop by for brunch and try the eggs Benedict with sake-marinated salmon.
Of course, with new eateries opening in Downtown Manhattan every day, there has never been a better place for a sushi lover to live than One Wall Street. Reach out today to learn more about these Lower Manhattan condos for sale.

Elite lifestyle publication Signé highlighted One Wall Street as one of three newly restored classic towers opening their doors to residents this year. Originally built in 1931 by Ralph Walker as the pinnacle of Downtown Manhattan finance, the art deco tower once known as the Irving Trust Building has been converted into a collection of 566 Broadway condos by legendary NYC developer Harry Macklowe. Along with his development partner Hamad Al Thani, the former Prime Minister of Qatar, Macklowe transformed the office tower into a sparkling example of bespoke luxury living, complete with marble-clad interiors and a suite of amenities spanning 100,000 square feet.

As working from home became the norm during the COVID-19 pandemic, developer Harry Macklowe saw an opportunity. Macklowe’s record-breaking One Wall Street office-to-residential conversion was already under construction in 2020, and, according to a piece in the New York Times, the legendary developer beefed up the building’s coworking space in anticipation of a wave of demand from professionals whose jobs were soon to keep them home most days out of the year. The result is One Works, a spacious coworking amenity located inside One Wall Street that’s decked out with state-of-the-art technology like podcasting booths and high-definition teleconferencing cameras aimed at giving professionals the tools they need to get their work done from the comfort and safety of their own building.

One Wall Street is making news around the world, showing up in the pages of the Elle Decor Italia Contract Book, complete with eye-catching interior photos and exterior renderings of the soon-to-be-completed condo conversion. The building is anchored by its lobby, a meticulously restored mosaic space dubbed the Red Room that was originally created by muralist Hildreth Meière. Developed by legendary NYC mogul Harry Macklowe, One Wall Street combines architect Ralph Walker’s iconic, century-old art-deco Irving Trust Building with modern residential sensibilities to create a unique expression of Manhattan luxury living in the heart of Downtown. One Wall Street brings 566 new condos to market and will be the largest office-to-condo conversion in NYC history.

Join Propmodo’s Emily Gallagher on a tour of the record-breaking One Wall Street in anticipation of the tower’s completion near the end of this year. The creation of legendary New York developer Harry Macklowe, One Wall Street is the largest office-to-condo conversion in the city’s history, transforming the iconic Irving Trust Building into a new collection of Downtown homes wrapped in a landmark limestone facade. The tour begins in the Red Room, the tower’s lovingly restored art-deco mosaic lobby, and continues in one of the building’s 566 Financial District condos with striking New York City skyline views.

When it opens in September, the new Life Time Fitness location at One Wall Street will bring a record number of exercise studios to the Downtown tower. In what Life Time’s Manhattan general manager is calling a “mecca of studios,” the leading fitness chain will feature seven distinct exercise hubs in the sprawling 74,000-square-foot Life Time site, including a dedicated barre studio alongside spaces for Pilates, cycling, and yoga. As part of the record-breaking office-to-residential conversion from developer Harry Macklowe, Life Time’s One Wall Street location will even include a full-service spa branded as “Life Spa,” a first for the fitness-focused company.

Spring is in full swing in New York City, and with winter coats tucked into storage and flowers in bloom, New Yorkers are celebrating the warm weather, longer days, and ample opportunity to gather outside. Residents of One Wall Street will be able to take advantage of springtime on the rooftop above the city—whether appreciating a sunset and cocktail after a day at work, admiring panoramic views of the city, including the reflection of the Statue of Liberty on the water, or simply enjoying the terrace spaces on the 39th-floor lounge. But the neighborhood beyond One Wall Street beckons as well, with parks and picnic inspirations ideal for appreciating the season.

City Hall Park, just minutes away from One Wall Street, is an ideal landing spot for a weekend afternoon. Year-round, this park is an oasis of green amid Downtown’s historic buildings and majestic architectural landmarks. For those who work in the area, it is a popular daytime destination for lunch breaks and strolls or for watching newlyweds emerge from City Hall. This 8.8-acre park also boasts a picturesque fountain and benches for comfortable lounging.

A springtime picnic in City Hall Park can be an idyllic and easy adventure. With Whole Foods located at One Wall Street, assembling the necessary goods could not be more convenient. In addition to its well-known assortment of prepared foods and bakery items, this high-end grocery store will offer up antipasto items from its olive bar, dips, and an array of salads, heartier meal items like chicken salad or fried chicken—or whatever else can fit in your picnic basket (or reusable grocery bags). Of course, adults can enjoy beers and hard seltzers or just an ice-cool seltzer or kombucha.

Whatever makes the cut for your picnic charcuterie plate, the best part of a picnic is undoubtedly the clear skies and sunny weather. And residents of One Wall Street will be able to enjoy the best of spring without leaving the neighborhood. Contact our team today to start putting down roots and planning all your seasons from one of the Lower Manhattan condos for sale at One Wall Street. 

New York City does a mean brunch, and residents of the condos at One Wall Street are blessed with a cornucopia of places to partake, right on their doorstep. Fish tacos, chocolate chip pancakes, and unlimited bubbles are on the menu at these three brilliant brunch spots in Lower Manhattan.

Yves | 385 Greenwich Street

Paris neighborhood cafe culture is the inspiration behind Yves, an effortlessly chic eatery fitted out with midcentury furniture, Jean Prouvé-style custom millworks—and decorated with Parisian street scenes. The brunch menu alone will transport you to the City of Lights—think duck hash (made with tender confit) or Croque Madame sandwiches oozing gruyere. For something sweeter, Yves offers indulgent chocolate chip pancake plates (lauded by Foursquare in their 13 Best Places for Pancakes in Tribeca). Perhaps the greatest French export of all is champagne, so if you’re brunching for a special occasion, ask for a bottle of the Charles Heidsieck. La vie est belle.

Harry’s | 1 Hanover Square

Speaking of fizz, old-school steakhouse Harry’s does an unlimited champagne brunch, allowing you 90 minutes of bottomless bubbles (which you can also mix with the likes of cassis or elderflower cordial). The dishes at Harry’s are never less than exceptional, and the brunch menu includes divine French toast (ingeniously crusted in cornflakes and coconut), a first-class steak and eggs (well, this is a legendary steak joint, after all), and one of the best eggs benedicts in NYC. Keep the party going with a sharing decanter of Harry’s Famous Martini at the adjoining cocktail bar.

Malibu Farm | 89 South Street

Malibu Farm founder Chef Helene Henderson started out doing cooking classes and farm dinners in her backyard in Malibu before the business organically blossomed into this wonderfully wholesome farm-to-table restaurant. Local and small farm produce is used wherever possible, including on the brunch menu, which is packed with epicurean delights such as DIY black sea bass tacos, a roasted baby carrot salad sprinkled with pistachios, and a piquant three-egg shakshuka studded with feta. It wouldn’t be brunch without a drink; given the time of year, treat yourself to a Spring Spritz—an ambrosial combination of prosecco, sake, yuzu, butterfly pea flower, and honey. 

If you don’t want to venture too far from home, residents at One Wall Street will be able to pick up their favourite brunch essentials right downstairs at the brand new Whole Foods. Whole Foods is on track to open its doors this November! 

Want to live near some of the best brunch spots in NYC? Contact the One Wall Street team today and discover stunning Lower Manhattan condos for sale.

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