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One Wall Street, 1 Wall Street

Between New Street & Broadway

Last updated Jan 9, 2020
Q1 2020
Target Sales Date
Q4 2020
Planned Delivery Date
Developer: Macklowe Properties
Architect: Ralph Walker
Designer: -

Key Details

  • Year Built 1931
    Converted Year 2020
    Building Type Condominium
    Neighborhood Financial District
  • Total Apartments 566
    Total Floors 50

Building Amenities

  • Attended Lobby
  • Concierge
  • High-Rise
  • Resident Storage
  • Full Service Garage
  • Garden
  • Pool
  • Elevator
  • Mail Room
  • Event Room
  • Children's Playroom
  • Lounge
  • Fitness Center
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • On-Site Parking
  • Laundry Room
  • Bike Room
  • Game Room
  • Terraces / Balconies


One Wall Street is one of the finest pre-war condo conversion developments in all of New York City. During the Roaring Twenties, the Irving Trust Company, then the nation’s fifth-largest bank, assembled a site at the Financial District’s premier intersection; by 1931, the bank erected its 50-story, 654-foot-tall headquarters, then the tenth-tallest building in the world. Architect Ralph Thomas Walker, dubbed “Architect of the Century” by the American Institute of Architects, wrought the tower in an understated yet opulent Art Deco style, with walls of undulating limestone, a cavernous Red Room ground-level banking hall clad in red-orange-gold mosaic, and a matching White Room clad in mother-of-pearl seashells in the beacon-like pinnacle.


In 2020, Macklowe Properties converted the designated city landmark, together with its 28-story annex built in 1963, into 566 luxury condominiums of varying sizes, many featuring unique layouts, lofty terraces, and spectacular views of the skyline and the harbor; the iconic Trinity Church and its grounds, located across Broadway to the west, mean that every west-facing unit, even those on the lower floors, boasts open views and ample sunlight throughout the year. The White Room became a grand centerpiece of the lofty, one-of-a-kind penthouse.


The 176,000-square-foot amenity suite features a two-level space on the 38th and 39th floors with a 75-foot indoor pool with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides, a fitness center that overlooks Wall Street and the World Trade Center, several lounges, and a two-level landscaped terrace.


The building’s lower floors have been converted into a shopping emporium (with the Red Room becoming one of the city’s most dazzling retail halls). The massive Whole Foods on the Broadway side grants residents immediate access to the Financial District’s premier supermarket.

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Alternate Addresses

  • 3 Wall Street
  • 5 Wall Street
  • 60 Broadway
  • 80 Broadway
  • One Wall Street
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