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THE NEW YORK TIMES 8 November 2022 For Fitness Buffs and Landlords, Gyms are Hot Again
Jenny Radke, a Broadway and television actress, was never big on joining health clubs or taking fitness classes. With a background in dance, she has long known how to keep herself fit. But the new Life Time health club in Lower Manhattan won her over with its Kids Academy, a 10,000-square-foot space where she can drop off her 19-month-old daughter for puzzles and other developmental activities while she does Pilates, jogs on the treadmill and winds down with a hydromassage. “She has a little yoga mat and can do what Mommy is doing,” said Mrs. Radke, known professionally as Jenny Laroche. “I get in some ‘me’ time.” As people return to in-person activities with the loosening of coronavirus pandemic restrictions and a fall in reported Covid cases from last year, they are making a beeline for the gym, eager to shed extra pounds they gained during lockdowns. And the $32 billion U.S. fitness industry is greeting them with some new tricks.
LUXURY BRIEFING 24 October 2022 New York State of Mind
Harry Macklowe, the man behind many of Manhattan's Iconic skyscrapers, is no stranger to reinvention, and his conversion of the landmarked One Wall Street into 566 luxury residences represents the largest such conversion in NYC history. Here, he reflects on his quest to transform Ralph Walker's Art Deco building for from a New York Bank into a "city for the people of Downtown with 100,000 square feet of amenities - including luxury French department store Printemps' first US outpost.
BLOG POST 20 October 2022 Parisian Fashion With New York Style
The fashion crowd is making its mark on Financial District and the New Downtown. Back in May, Balenciaga took over the New York Stock Exchange for an exclusive fashion show that blended nostalgia for the New York City of the 1980s with the contemporary desire for limited drops and oversized garments. It was a wild night full of celebs, models wearing latex masks, and imagery that harkened back to the era of the film “Wall Street,” when greed was good and the taxi surcharge was a mere $1.50. Now, with the recent announcement that Printemps will open its flagship U.S. store in the base of One Wall Street, Parisian fashion is making its presence in the Financial District permanent.
BLOG POST 18 October 2022 The Best of Stone Street
Ancient Rome still breathes in the streets of the 21st century cosmopolitan city, and the pyramids transform stretches of the desert into a time warp. The fact that New York City is one of the places on Earth most defined by constant change means that those few places where history is still a tactile presence become small gems that transport us to an earlier incarnation of a place within the city grid. Stone Street, just moments from the Lower Manhattan condos for sale at One Wall Street, is one such gem, anchoring the city to its wild and complicated histories and giving off more than a whiff of quaintness that is only intensified by the fact that it is surrounded by the towering buildings of NYC.
MANSION GLOBAL 19 September 2022 Quiet in Your Home Is a True Luxury, Says Macklowe’s Director of Architecture
Mansion Global sat down with Lilla Smith, Director of Architecture and Design at Macklowe Properties, to discuss her work on the landmark One Wall Street, the latest residential tower from the legendary developer Harry Macklowe. Smith’s work on the record-breaking office-to-residential project ranged from sourcing materials from around the world to considering how light would fall in individual rooms inside the tower’s 565 homes, all in service of providing residents with a luxury home experience that goes far beyond traditional expectations. “One Wall Street is also incredibly quiet. Everybody makes that comment about the units,” said Smith. “Solitude in your apartment is a real luxury.”

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