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BLOG POST 30 August 2022 Model Residence 2501
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.
BLOG POST 26 August 2022 One Wall Street Gives European Visitors the Neighborhood Tour
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.
6SQFT 17 August 2022 See Inside One Wall Street, the Largest Office-to-Residential Conversion in NYC
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.
FORBES 16 August 2022 Observations On The New York City Office Market: Flight To Quality, New Concepts, Repositioning's And Conversions
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.
DESIGN MIDDLE EAST 9 August 2022 Class Apart
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.

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