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THE REAL DEAL 23 January 2023 Macklowe’s 1 Wall Street Tops Manhattan’s Largest Retail Leases of 2022
High-end fashion brands, a popular Taiwanese restaurant chain and a cannabis museum were among the tenants who inked Manhattan’s 10 largest retail leases last year. French retailer Printemps topped the list with a splashy 54,000-square-foot lease at Harry Macklowe’s 1 Wall Street, followed by a pair of fashion brands who signed major deals in Lower Manhattan and Midtown.
SPEARS 17 January 2023 Living The High Life - Inside The Transformation Of Art Deco Icon One Wall Street
The wall that gave Wall Street its name was not really a 'wall' in the sense that we would recognize today. It was more of a berm - mud clumped up along the northern perimeter of a settlement that, back in the 17th century, was still known as New Amsterdam. Its purpose was to defend the good burghers from those who would do them harm: pirates, the English. Beyond it was the rest of Manhattan, which was more or less wilderness.
EAT THIS, NOT THAT! 11 January 2023 Take a Peek Inside Whole Foods' Most Unique Store Yet, Opening Today
Whole Foods Market opened its newest grocery store Wednesday in New York City's financial district amid much fanfare: giveaways, free product samples galore, a live jazz band, and two intricate ice sculptures that gradually disappeared as the crowds grew.
MANSION GLOBAL 2 January 2023 A Bird’s Eye View From a Storied Art Deco Tower in Lower Manhattan
Unit 2501 at One Wall Street was recently highlighted as Mansion Global’s Listing of the Day, with the publication showing off the corner home’s spacious wrapped terrace and generous living/dining area. “It’s a really livable space,” said listing agent Kirk Rundhaug, who called out the home’s eat-in kitchen as well as its in-unit laundry and ample closet space. Perched atop the recently redeveloped 1931 Ralph Walker-designed art-deco skyscraper that once housed the Irving Trust, Residence 2501 embodies everything that developer Harry Macklowe set out to achieve with One Wall Street: a luxury condo in Downtown Manhattan with unparalleled amenities, a fantastic location, and intimate views of Manhattan landmarks like Trinity Church and the Hudson River.
Commercial Observer 21 December 2022 Can NYC Incentivize Office-to-Residential Conversions Again?
With Downtown office vacancies expected to rise and work-from-home continuing to become the norm, Harry Macklowe’s bet on One Wall Street, the latest high-profile office conversion to hit Lower Manhattan, is positioned to pay off big. The project turned the 1931 art-deco skyscraper into a collection of stylish residences and bespoke amenities ranging from a Whole Foods Market on the ground floor to a 75-foot lap pool that is part of the two-floor fitness center on the 38th and 39th stories. With more office-to-residential conversions likely on the horizon, One Wall Street is a shining example of how to turn a classic office tower into stylish condos.

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