NYC’s Biggest Condo Conversion Bets on Downtown Luxury Revival
The way we work—and where we want to live—has changed forever. Buyers are searching for more than just location; they're looking for amenities, luxury, community, and, of course, an effortless commute on the days they want to head into the office. Bloomberg\Quint underscores the shift in New York City by highlighting the new Downtown Manhattan condos at One Wall Street. The building's conversion from landmarked office space to a luxe residential property mirrors the Financial District's evolution from a business hub to a "24-7 neighborhood" for well-heeled New Yorkers and their families. "We felt that our participation and the scale of this building was kind of an inflection point for this neighborhood," said Richard Dubrow of Macklowe Properties.
One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion And Retail Addition Wraps Up In Financial District, Manhattan
With work at One Wall Street coming to an end, New York YIMBY headed to the Financial District condo conversion to snap some photos of the latest details. Originally built in 1931, this striking art-deco landmark will soon open its doors to residents of the 566 new studio to four-bedroom homes, which are situated behind the original limestone facade. The tower’s base also received attention during the conversion, with crews adding a number of retail locations, including a Whole Foods Market. Prospective buyers should head to the iconic Red Room, a fully tiled mosaic space of red and gold where the sales team has set up an impressive model of the Ralph Walker-designed tower.
The Rebirth of the New York Pied-à-Terre
With business travel reverting to a pre-1960s mode in the wake of the pandemic, Business Traveller tapped One Wall Street in its roundup of hot properties being eyed by savvy travelers looking to set up their own pied-à-terre in the heart of Lower Manhattan. This collection of Financial District condos has everything that a business traveler could desire; housed in the city’s largest-ever office-to-residential conversion project, these homes have the pedigree of a timeless art-deco landmark along with spacious and sophisticated interiors, great Downtown views, and convenient access to some of the finest food and shopping in the world.
THE SUNDAY TIMES
Sex and the City reboot: where to buy hot property in New York
Harry Macklowe’s record-breaking residential conversion made the Sunday Times roundup of the hottest properties around Manhattan. With a new Sex and the City reboot celebrating the city and interest in urban living surging in the wake of recent suburban flight, the stylish Downtown condos at OWS combine comfort and value to create the perfect home to purchase for yourself or as an investment property. In addition to a collection of luxury condos and world-class amenities, OWS is home to some unique New York spaces, including the recently restored Red Room, which features a unique floor-to-ceiling orange, red, oxblood and gold art-deco mosaic tiles that captures the city’s rich architectural heritage in one 13,000-square-foot space.
CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS NEWS
Transformation of One Wall Street
Andrew Jones sat down with Construction Business News for a wide-ranging interview about his role as the Director of International Sales at One Wall Street. This new collection of Robert A.M. Stern-designed condos for sale in Manhattan has plenty to offer international buyers, from a prime location at the cross section of two of NYC’s most well-known streets to an art-deco pedigree that situates the building within the city’s architectural history. Jones also highlighted One Wall Street’s suite of luxury amenities, often a make-or-break feature when international buyers are selecting the condo that will become their new home.