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Architectural Digest 15 August 2021 New York City’s Fancy New Residential Address Promises Unprecedented Views Of the City
Architectural Digest wrote about the recent renovations at One Wall Street, where “luxury and high-design collide” inside this landmark office-to-residential conversion in Lower Manhattan. The building’s art deco facade from master architect Ralph Walker has been preserved, while the interiors have been converted by Macklowe Properties into luxury studio to four-bedroom homes featuring large windows with sweeping Downtown Manhattan views. The tower’s crowning penthouse is a true Manhattan masterpiece, a one-of-a-kind home “that literally makes one feel like they are floating above the clouds.” All residents at One Wall Street will have access to the building’s suite of luxury amenities, including an indoor pool.
YIMBY 5 August 2021 One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion and Retail Addition Nears Completion in Financial District
Photos at New York YIMBY show off the newly installed facade at One Wall Street, the new collection of Art Deco condominiums from Macklowe Properties. Housed in the former Irving Trust Company Building, One Wall Street is bringing 566 new residential conversion homes to this New York icon. The new facade preserves the Art Deco design while enlarging and modernizing the windows with energy-efficient glass. When complete, One Wall Street will be the most extensive office-to-residential conversion in the city’s history. The development will also bring both a new Whole Foods Market as well as a LifeTime Fitness resort to the budding residential neighborhood
City Realty 4 August 2021 Wegmans Incoming: NYC condos near 20 high-quality supermarkets
With the facade at One Wall Street installed and crews turning their attention to the interior for finishing touches, prospective residents are beginning to imagine what living in New York City’s largest office-to-condo conversion will be like. One amenity that should be at the top of every New Yorker’s list is convenient access to supermarkets. Residents of the Macklowe Properties homes at One Wall Street are in luck, because their Art Deco building will house a 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market on the bottom level. The condo conversion tower will also be home to a LifeTime Fitness resort, which will complement the building’s suite of private fitness amenities aimed at helping residents stay healthy.
Forbes 19 July 2021 Historic Renovations Yield Nation’s Rarest Multimillion-Dollar Homes
When it comes to high-end residential real estate, rich history is an essential element. That’s where the new Downtown Manhattan condominiums at One Wall Street set themselves apart. Housed in a converted Art Deco skyscraper that stood as an international icon of finance and architecture for nearly a century, these luxury residences include the priceless mystique of stepping into the very fabric of Manhattan’s past. But within the newest Harry Macklowe development, the interiors have been updated to meet the high standards of contemporary condo living.
New York Post Steve Cuozzo 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.
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