One Wall Street

Members of the One Wall Street team love to show visitors around the neighborhood — flaunting the sights, heritage, and wonderful bars and restaurants that Lower Manhattan has to offer. Here are some of the highlights of a recent trip, enjoyed by a press crew from Germany, France, England, Italy and Singapore. 

A Neighborhood Walking Tour

Though it has always kept pace with the times, Lower Manhattan is rooted in history. Home, of course, to one of the world’s most important financial districts, the neighborhood offers world-class architecture around every corner. You’ll find gems like the South Street Seaport Museum (which tells how NYC was built and shaped by migrants), converted brick warehouses, cobbled streets, not to mention some splendid vistas of the Brooklyn Bridge: one of THE iconic NYC sights.

Lunch at ​​Sant Ambroeus

One of the area’s many superb dining spots, Sant Ambroeus is an exquisitely turned-out Milanese-style coffee bar, where you can indulge in a plate of cacio e pepe (made with 24-month-aged Parmigiano Reggiano). Pair it with a Sant Ambroeus prosecco, and be momentarily transported to Northern Italy.

AIA Boat Tour

NYC reveals another side of itself when explored by boat. Ideal for tourists (and, let’s face it, locals, as well), AIA Boat Tours whisk you out from Chelsea Piers (Pier 62), giving you a fascinating insight into (and a VIP view of) Manhattan’s iconic architecture and infrastructure — from the Statue of Liberty to the exciting new high-rises of Lower Manhattan.

Dinner at Harry’s

Gold-tinged brasserie surroundings await at Harry’s — among the city’s best steakhouses. We always recommend having something cool and tasty at the bar (like a refreshing French 75) before ordering the Blue Point oysters, followed by the legendary bone-in filet mignon. There are few finer places to indulge in top-end NYC cuisine while relaxing and talking over your busy day.

One Wall Street Itself

Of course, no press trip would be complete without a tour of One Wall Street. These Lower Manhattan condos for sale reflect their diverse surroundings; ensconced in landmarked Art Deco architecture, but with everything the modern-day New Yorker could desire. That includes five-fixture ensuite baths, private terraces with expansive views, and an indoor swimming pool way up on the 38th floor. Needless to say, the journalists didn’t want to go back to their hotel.

Want to be close to all the above — and so much more? Find your perfect Lower Manhattan condo: Contact the One Wall Street team today.

One Wall Street (OWS) is a veritable piece of history. This NYC landmark is the original home of the Irving Trust Company Bank, and today, it’s the site of some of Manhattan’s most sought-after luxury residences. Housed in a 56-story art-deco masterpiece, these Lower Manhattan condos for sale evoke epic scale and century-old grandeur—with 10+-feet-high ceilings, wide-plank French Oak hardwood floors, and sweeping views of the Hudson River and the city.

One of the most spectacular offerings at One Wall Street is Residence 2501, which is part of the Terrace Collection and outfitted with furnishings and designs from Yellow House Architects. This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home features an expansive terrace that stretches almost 50 feet across and offers pristine views of the Hudson River and Downtown Manhattan landmarks like One World Trade and Trinity Church. Upon entering this grand residence, you’re greeted with an oversized foyer that leads into the light-filled Great Room, which extends more than 500 square feet and serves as the ideal canvas for everything from holiday entertaining to everyday enjoyment. The space is currently outfitted with a custom sofa, above which is a large-scale painting commissioned from William McLure, as well as a skeleton art piece by Donise English.

This grand space abuts the kitchen, designed by OWS developer Harry Macklowe, which features Aran Cucine custom cabinetry and Lincoln Calacatta marble countertops and backsplash (mined from the same quarry that supplied the Lincoln Memorial), as well as top-of-the-line Miele appliances. The kitchen also contains Daiku chairs and a custom breakfast table with a butcher-block top from Brooks Custom.

The primary bedroom suite features a bedroom of approximately 250 square feet; its décor, designed to make inhabitants feel like they’re living “in the clouds,” includes an artwork installation by Valéria Nascimento entitled Blossom Trail and a wood and bronze vanity by Debra Folz. The enormous walk-in closet can house even the largest wardrobes, while the ensuite dual-sink bathroom feels sleek and spa-like with an oversized shower and deep soaking tub. The second and third bedrooms also include ensuite bathrooms and views onto the terrace.

Model Residence 2501 enjoys all the perks that come along with One Wall Street’s amenities suite—from its full-time door staff, porters, resident managers, and white-glove concierge service to its private 38th-floor gym with its 75-foot lap pool with city and harbor views and the private residents-only restaurant on the 39th floor. 

Contact the sales team to learn more about Residence 2501 and the other elegant homes at One Wall Street.

AD100 designer Elizabeth Graziolo combined classic and contemporary influences when creating Unit 2501, the newest model home at the record-breaking office-to-residential conversion One Wall Street. “The Art Deco period has always been one of my favorite architectural styles,” said Graziolo, whose layout for the three-bedroom, three-bath home included furniture and artwork inspired by the tower’s pedigree. Originally built in 1931 from a design by renowned architect Ralph Walker, the former Irving Trust building is now home to 566 luxury Financial District condos, including residences decked out by Graziolo and French architect and designer Cyril Vergniol, whose model unit blends French and European influences.

Macklowe Properties has spent the last eight years working on One Wall Street, the largest office-to-residential conversion project in New York City history, and now that the tower is nearing completion, the real estate market has seemingly shifted to meet it. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, with demand for offices on the wane and the residential market booming, the addition of 566 luxury Financial District condos onto the market is a welcome turn of events for all involved. The once-home of the Irving Trust is also a monument to Manhattan’s architectural history, complete with an extended art-deco facade and a lobby featuring original mosaic tiling by Hildreth Meière.

Parisian department store Printemps is coming to New York City in 2024 with a new location at the foot of One Wall Street. The department store, which set the standard for luxury retail on Boulevard Haussman in the late 1800s, is expanding across the globe, with its first international location scheduled to open in Doha later this year. “The U.S. is essential in our international development strategy,” said Printemps Group chief executive officer Jean-Marc Bellaiche, “and opening in New York offers high visibility and growth potential.” When completed later this month, One Wall Street will be the largest office-to-condo conversion in New York City history, and its opening will mark a major step in the transformation of the city’s financial district into a residential neighborhood.

Printemps, the legendary Parisian department store that set the standard for grand magasin on the Boulevard Haussman in the 1800s, will open a new Wall Street location in 2024, cementing the neighborhood’s transition into a residential area as well as a business hub and tourist destination. Located in the record-breaking office-to-residential conversation at One Wall Street, the new Printemps store will span over 54,000 square feet and occupy two floors, marking a major leasing for the Harry Macklowe-developed tower. The finishing touches are currently being put on One Wall Street, which will welcome its first residents later this year.

A new model home at One Wall Street celebrates the office-to-residential tower’s art-deco heritage in style. Designer Elizabeth Graziolo of Yellow House Architects created an homage to Gilded Age style full of low-slung vintage furniture and colorful artwork that highlights the home’s clean lines and luxe finishes. “The opportunity to work on One Wall Street was a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” said Graziolo, who collaborated closely with developer Harry Macklowe to bring “his vision for the property” to life. Studios in the building are going for $1.13 million, while three-bedroom homes like Graziolo’s model unit begin at $10.5 million.

Macklowe Properties and Yellow House Architects collaborated to furnish Model Unit 2501 at One Wall Street, the new office-to-residential conversion from legendary NYC developer Harry Macklowe. Yellow House Architects award-winning founder and principal, Elizabeth Graziolo, brought this residence to life, taking inspiration from the tower’s “art deco via contemporary design” aesthetic to create an interior that reflects One Wall Street’s heritage and modern luxury. Inside the colorful apartment, antique furniture contrasts with contemporary artwork from around the world, capturing the cosmopolitan skyscraper lifestyle of Manhattan.

Crews have removed the scaffolding that covered the bottom floors of One Wall Street, revealing the tower’s ground-level frontage for the first time. The tower’s iconic fluted limestone cladding is mirrored in pleated glass via floor-to-ceiling windows that span the lower floors, creating a modern extension of the building’s stone upper stories where it meets the bustling Downtown sidewalk. The record-breaking office-to-condo conversion from Macklowe Properties will bring a Whole Foods Market and Life Time fitness center as well as 566 luxury condos to the Financial District, all housed behind an updated art-deco facade that takes its cues from the original Irving Trust office tower.

TV personality, mentor, and celebrity hair stylist Nick Arrojo is leaving SoHo and moving to a three-bedroom glass loft in FiDi. The former What Not to Wear stylist went into contract for a home at the record-breaking office-to-residential conversion One Wall Street, the latest development coup by NYC icon Harry Macklowe. Arrojo and his wife Lina’s new home features hardwood flooring in French oak, floor-to-ceiling windows, a master bath with soaking tub, and, in true luxury fashion, ample closet space in the entry. One Wall Street was formerly known as the Irving Trust Building, and the new conversion preserves the iconic tower’s limestone facade and art-deco lobby while filling the interior with 566 new homes.

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