In one of the largest office-to-residential conversions in NYC history, developer Macklowe Properties introduces the luxurious residences at One Wall Street.
Designed by architect Ralph Walker and built in 1931, the 56-story art deco landmark One Wall Street reemerges anew as one of the city’s most desired addresses. The 566 residences, ranging from studios to four-bedrooms and a penthouse, will offer unobstructed city views from its lower Manhattan location.
The building’s original designer, architect Ralph Walker, was named “Architect of the Century” by The New York Times.
In true New York fashion, residents are immediately welcomed into the lobby by a stunning mosaic floor inspired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Head to the building’s Red Room, where a floor-to-ceiling tile art mosaic by American artist Hildreth Meière, whose work is also found at Radio City Music Hall, awaits.
Residences are divided into collections, making it an ideal building for a variety of lifestyles. The Terrace Collection offers a blend of indoor and outdoor living, while the Harbor Collection has bay windows facing New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty. Similarly, the Loft Collection embraces an open-concept layout and modern design, and the Tower Collection residences have expansive living areas and oversized windows.
But perhaps the best part about living here is having access to The One Club, the building’s luxury amenities including a concierge team, a serene garden terrace on the 39th floor, priority membership to Lifetime athletic club, full-floor entertainment space and more. From $990,000, 1 Wall St., Compass Development Marketing Group