One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion and Addition Continues in Financial District

One Wall Street from the Staten Island Ferry. Photo by Michael Young

Work is moving along at One Wall Street, the largest office-to-condominium conversion project in New York City real estate history. The Financial District building has been steadily making progress with its interior makeovers, including the soaring oxblood and orange-colored walls and ceilings of the historic Red Room. Meanwhile, the glass curtain wall for the retail addition on the lower levels, as well as the multi-story addition atop the mid-century annex are becoming more prominent. SLCE Architects is the architect of record, and Macklowe Properties is the developer of the $1.5 billion project. CORE is handling sales and marketing of the planned 566 residential units.

New photos looking up from street level and from afar show One Wall Street and the ongoing construction on the expansion.

A close-up of the addition atop the mid-century annex of One Wall Street. Photo by Michael Young

The reflective glass envelope for the future 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market and Life Time fitness and health club is installed up to the second floor. Glass on this section of the podium emulates the upper limestone-clad façade’s wavy Art Deco-style pattern.

The corner of One Wall Street looking from across Broadway. Photo by Michael Young

The glass curtain wall is starting to go in. Photo by Michael Young

The main elevation for the new retail addition for One Wall Street. Photo by Michael Young

There will be more than 100,000 square feet of amenities spread across multiple levels, which include an enclosed swimming pool and a 39th-floor rooftop deck. Forty-seven apartments will feature private terraces.

One Wall Street’s conversion is expected to be finished in 2020, and sales are set to begin this fall.

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3 Comments on "One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion and Addition Continues in Financial District"

  1. Any renditions of how the final product would look like?

  2. That top photo from the ferry — I had no idea you could capture the Chrysler Building in the distance when looking up Broadway like that. What an eye.

  3. Fantastic work of JT Magen & Company is the reason why this project is moving forward.
    Well done JT Magen!!!

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