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One Wall Street tower (Compass) and model unit (Colin Miller) One Wall Street tower (Compass) and model unit (Colin Miller)
Plans for the residential conversion of One Wall Street, which was constructed as headquarters for the Irving Trust Company, date back to 2014, when Macklowe Properties bought the building. The pandemic and accompanying lockdown could not help but slow the conversion, but the building and amenity construction are now complete, and the first residents are getting ready to move it.

Sales launched in September 2021, and current availabilities in the building range from a studio for $1.13 million for a five-bedroom combination opportunity for $19.05 million. All units feature high ceilings, wide-plank French oak hardwood floors, kitchens with high-tech appliances and elegant marble countertops, warm stone primary baths, and in-unit Miele washer/dryers.

“The completion of One Wall Street embodies our vision for luxury living in Downtown Manhattan, representing everything special about the past and future of New York” – Harry Macklowe, Chief Executive Officer, Macklowe Properties

At 1.25 million square feet, One Wall Street is New York’s largest office-to-residential conversion to date. The tower was designed by "architect of the century" Ralph Walker in accordance with zoning requirements of the day, which resulted in a hefty base, gentle setbacks, and a subtle yet dramatic crown. Amidst the conversion to residential, the team at Robert A.M. Stern Architects put a five-story addition on the building's non-landmarked annex and restored the limestone facade to its original glory.
A complete interior overhaul was required to turn the offices into residences, but the building's most famous interiors were treated with the same care as its exterior. The White Room at the pinnacle, named for its ceiling made of shells imported from the Philippines, will be part of the building’s penthouse (not currently listed). Meanwhile, the historic Red Room’s red, orange, and gold mosaic by Hildreth Meière will be incorporated into the first-ever United States outpost for French department store Printemps.
The 54,000-square-foot Printemps is rumored to include a new experiential concept that infuses shopping with entertainment, one that fashionistas all over the city will undoubtedly flock to. However, One Wall Street’s most-anticipated retail offering might be the Whole Foods in the base. Not only is this the gourmet grocer’s first outpost in the Financial District (prior to its opening, the nearest location was at 270 Greenwich Street), but it’s also the largest grocery store in the Financial District. The building is also home to a Life Time Fitness outpost where residents of One Wall Street receive a complimentary membership.

↓ A three-bedroom model unit features stunning downtown views, high-end appliances, artful fixtures, and pieces from Atra, a Mexico City furniture studio making its United States debut. It is currently listed for $9,750,000.

Financial District condos One Wall Street model unit (Colin Miller)
Downtown condos

↓ The model unit is part of One Wall Street's Harbor Collection, eight units with oversized windows facing New York Harbor.

1 Wall Street Harbor Collection condo (Compass)

↓ The Loft Collection is located in the new glass overbuild, and offers floor-to-ceiling glass and open-concept layouts.

Wall Street condos Loft Collection condo (Compass)

↓ The 46 residences of The Terrace Collection all offer private outdoor space.

1 Wall Street condos Terrace Collection condo (Compass)

↓ The Tower Collection is on the 40th through 48th floors, offering stunning city and water views.

NYC condos Tower Collection condo (Compass)

↓ One Works by The One Club is a 6,500-square-foot coworking space that offers two conference rooms, a variety of workspaces, soundproof phone/podcasting rooms, fireplace, kitchen with coffee bar, and printing.

NYC condo amenities One Works (Colin Miller)
NYC amenities

↓ The 75-foot Sky Pool was designed by MdeAS Architects and looks out on the Lower Manhattan skyline and Hudson River.

1 Wall Street amenities Sky Pool (Colin Miller)

↓ The dining room was designed by Deborah Berke, and its offerings include a gourmet seasonal menu, an espresso bar, and craft cocktails.

NYC condo restaurant Private restaurant (Ethereal Photography)
NYC condos

↓ The dining room opens to a 4,500-square-foot terrace with spectacular views.

1 Wall Street condo amenities One Club terrace (Ethereal Photography)
Financial District condo amenities

↓ Between the children’s playroom, teen lounge, and pet grooming stations (not pictured), no resident of One Wall Street is forgotten.

1-Wall-Street Children's playroom (Colin Miller)
1 Wall Street Teen lounge (Colin Miller)
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