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One Wall Street, the Art Deco skyscraper which led the Financial District's
transformation into a world-class residential neighborhood, announces the completion of the
largest office-to-residential conversion in New York City history. The 1.25M-square-foot landmark
comprising of 1M-square-feet of residential and 250,000 square feet of commercial amenities and
interiors celebrates this major milestone by fully unveiling the building, with immediate move-ins
and closings for residents.
The Art Deco masterpiece, designed by The New York Times' "Architect of the Century" Ralph
Walker and developed by Macklowe Properties in a remarkably complex and intricate restoration,
comprises 566 homes complemented by 100,000-square-feet of amenities and a residential
lifestyle previously unavailable in New York City, evoking the timeless pedigree of this iconic
"In the heart of the iconic financial district, One Wall Street, one of New York City's most significant
buildings, both in history and sheer size, has set the standard for residential conversions, marking
yet another historic success. 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;
architecture and design, complexity and intricacy, ingenuity and collaboration," stated Harry
Macklowe, developer of One Wall Street.
"The goal was to incarnate empty spaces into thoughtfully redesigned residences that will stand the
test of time and continue to answer future demands of modern living. We are proud to fully unveil
the completed building, now available for immediate move-ins, for the first time," he added.
The One Club amenities space on the 38th and 39th floors was recently completed, unveiling the
75-foot, glass-enclosed Sky Pool with a wraparound terrace and the private residential restaurant,
bar, and dining room. The Sky Pool, designed by MdeAS Architects, allows residents to enjoy
panoramic views of the Downtown Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River. The dining room at
The One Club, inspired by resort hotel-level amenities and services, offers a gourmet seasonal
menu, espresso bar, and craft cocktails exclusively to residents and guests in the dining area
designed by Deborah Berke Partners, recently named into the AD100 2023 Hall of Fame, as well as
on an adjoining 4,500-square-foot terrace with stunning views.
Recently opened to the public, One Wall Street's retail space at the base of the building, including
the Financial District's largest grocer, Whole Foods, and a massive Life Time Fitness Resort, have
created a new residential center of Downtown. In addition, luxury French retailer Printemps will
open their first U.S. store in a 54,000-square foot space, including the historic Red Room. 

Amenities at The One Club
With 100,000 square feet of amenities for residents and their guests inspired by the best social
clubs of London and New York, The One Club comprises the entire 38th and 39th floors, as well as
much of the sixth floor, at One Wall Street, highlighting amenities for wellness, entertainment,
leisure and business. 
The concept for a transformative co-working space, One Works by The One Club, answered the
unanticipated surge in demand for hybrid working systems borne by the pandemic. Exclusively
available to all residents and guests as part of resort-hotel-level amenities, the 6,500-square-foot
co-working space was thoughtfully designed in partnership with Deborah Berke and Harry
Macklowe to create an effortless, multifunctional space to support residents with the option of
working from home. Serving as an extension of a resident's home office, One Works offers two
large conference rooms for meetings and presentations, a variety of workspaces including desks,
lounges and collaborative tables, soundproof phone or podcasting rooms for privacy when taking
calls or virtual meetings with equipment supplied upon request. The space includes a fireplace, a
kitchen with a coffee bar, and business-class printing supported by complementary building-wide
One Wall Street is the Financial District's first true luxury residential building with full-time door
staff, porters, resident manager, and white-glove concierge service. Additional amenities include a
full-floor fitness and wellness centre with treatment and recovery rooms, in addition to a
complimentary membership to Life Time fitness at the base of the building, a children's playroom, a
teen lounge, private storage, and bike storage, and pet grooming stations, cementing One Wall
Street's status as the ultimate Downtown luxury building.
Residences at One Wall Street
Along with the completion of the amenities, the development and sales team announced the
launch of sales for the Harbor Collection with the reveal of a new model residence designed by
Harry Macklowe in collaboration with Guillaume Coutheillas of frenchCALIFORNIA. (Imagery here.)
Residence 3404 in the Harbor Collection is one of One Wall Street's grandest apartments, featuring
three bedrooms, stunning Downtown views, curated materials, artful fixtures, high-performance
appliances, precision craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Most of the pieces are from Atra, the
Mexico City furniture studio with whom the two worked closely for its "US-meets-Europe" aesthetic
and are debuting in the U.S. for the first time within the One Wall Street residence. 
World-class residential offerings at One Wall Street include model residences by AD100 designer
Elizabeth Graziolo of Yellow House Architects (imagery here) and French architect and designer
Cyril Vergniol (imagery here), which were unveiled in 2022. To maintain the elegance of One Wall
Street's coveted pre-war proportions and architecture, the team meticulously created modern
layouts for the residences that reflect the way people live today with the best in contemporary
craftsmanship and materiality. One Wall Street features 566 residences, many with soaring ceiling

heights and breathtaking, unparalleled views of the Manhattan cityscape, New York Harbor, and
New York City landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Trinity Church, and the New York Stock

Originally built in 1931 as the Irving Trust Company Headquarters, One Wall Street represents one
of the most ambitious examples of adaptive reuse in the city's history while leading the Financial
District's transformation into a world-class residential neighborhood.
Named "Architect of the Century" by the Architecture Institute of America, Ralph Walker and his
design for One Wall Street expressed the unbound optimism and unfettered freedom of a new era,
the Jazz Age, whose glamorous exuberance was best expressed architecturally through Art Deco. A
pioneer of skyscraper design, Walker became one of America's most highly sought architects,
especially among Titans of Industry whose king-sized ambitions required ever taller buildings to
house them.
Available residences range in price from $1.13 million to $12.750 million, excluding the Penthouse.
Pricing for larger units is available upon request. Compass Development Marketing Group is One
Wall Street's exclusive sales and marketing representative. For more information and current
availability, please visit www.onewallstreet.com. 
One Wall Street media kit is linked here. 
Instagram: @onewallstreet