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New York Post
13 June 2021
Luxury Condo Building Success Crucial to Manhattan FiDi
A lot is riding on the art-deco homes at One Wall Street, the latest office-to-residential conversion in Manhattan’s FiDi. Developer Harry Macklowe has spent more than half a decade turning the former bank headquarters into a collection of luxury modernist condos with spacious, high-end interiors and sweeping New York Harbor and Downtown views, where residents will enjoy private outdoor space as well as access to the 100,000 square feet of amenities in the “One Club.” If Macklowe can repeat the success he had with 432 Park, One Wall Street is poised to be a game-changer for the competitive world of FiDi residential real estate.
Pacific Rim Construction
25 May 2021
Downtown Manhattan: A Cultural Renaissance in New York's Oldest Neighborhood
Once the heart of New York City’s financial industry, Downtown Manhattan has become the
epicenter of high-end dining, shopping, and now, with the forthcoming collection of luxury
condos at One Wall Street, living. Developed by Harry Macklowe and housed in a 20th-century
landmark art-deco building by architect Ralph Walker, this collection of residential conversionsranges in size from studios to four bedrooms, as well as an exclusive collection of penthouses,
all with sweeping New York Harbor and Downtown views. With world-class dining, shopping,
and greenspaces within easy walking distance, these FiDi condos represent a new wave of
New York City living that combines easy access to work and play with spacious homes
designed for comfort and style.
15 May 2021
Own A Sliver Of NYC History With These One-of-a-Kind Condos
One Wall Street made Architectural Digest’s list of the hottest historic condo conversions going on in Manhattan right now. The 1931 art-deco tower was “regarded as a symbol of commerce” central to the financial hub’s identity for decades, and now the iconic building is being converted into a collection of 566 luxury condos, complete with spacious interiors and high-end amenities, including a swimming pool and roof deck. Residents will enjoy panoramic views of Manhattan and surrounding boroughs from the building’s upper floors.
11 May 2021
The “Offices-to-Homes” Trend
One Wall Street made a splash in the pages of English real estate magazine Abode2, which featured the Harry Macklowe-developed property in an article on high-end residential conversions on both sides of the pond. One Wall Street is bringing 566 new luxury homes and 174,000 square feet of retail space to the traditionally office-oriented FiDi area, with retail offerings including a Whole Foods Market and an athletic lifestyle resort from Life Time. Of course, residents of the spacious conversion homes will have access to One Club, the private suite of culinary, health, wellness, and fitness amenities for One Wall Street.
8 May 2021
Aerial Photos Showcase One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion In The Financial District, Manhattan
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Photographs from above the Financial District show the progress on the new 21st century curtain wall that aims to blend with the traditional Art Deco-style fenestration. The floor-to-ceiling windows are significantly larger than the originals, while the stone panels in between are elegantly sculpted to pay homage to the overall architecture and stone craftsmanship of One Wall Street.