The One Amenities Space, Including a Resident-Exclusive Restaurant And Bar, Opens At One Wall Street In The Financial District

One Wall Street, image by DBOX

Art Deco skyscraper, One Wall Street, a preeminent residential property in Financial District, recently announced the completion of The One, an expansive 100,000 square feet of residential amenities. The 564-foot-tall development by Macklowe Properties houses 566 condominiums, and the neighborhood’s largest supermarket, Whole Foods, and a 75,000-square-foot Life Time Athletic Resort in the base of the building. In addition, French retailer Printemps plans to open its first U.S. store in a 54,000-square-foot space, including the historic Red Room.

One Wall Street Entrance. Image by Ethereal

One Wall Street Lobby. Image by Ethereal

The One amenities, with spaces for wellness, entertainment, leisure, and business, includes Downtown Manhattan’s only private residential restaurant and bar, The One Club, on the 39th floor, as well as a 75-foot, glass-enclosed The One Pool with a wraparound terrace, with panoramic views of The Statue of Liberty, the Downtown Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River.

The One Pool. Image by Colin Miller

The One Club Terrace. Image by Colin Miller

The One Co-Work, a 6,500-square-foot co-working space was created to support residents in hybrid work schedules. The space 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 complimentary building-wide WiFi.

The One Co-Work. Image by Colin Miller

The One Co-Work. Image by Colin Miller

Designed by TEN Berke, the restaurant at The One Club occupies the entire 39th floor, offering an art-filled dining room and bar with a gourmet seasonal menu, espresso bar, and craft cocktails exclusively available to residents and guests. There is also a private dining room and a demonstration kitchen with a landscaped 4,500-square-foot terrace with 360-degree views of downtown, the Statue of Liberty, and the New York Harbor. The One Club restaurant is led by hospitality industry veterans, including executive chef Alejandro Cortez, general manager Ramy Chaer, and lifestyle manager Michael Lawrence.

The One Club. Image by Colin Miller

The One Club Private Dining Room. Image by Colin Miller

The One Club Bar. Image by Colin Miller

Residents at One Wall Street enjoy an unparalleled lifestyle, with monthly themed dinners focused on different regions of the Mediterranean, “Work from Home Fridays,” that include a continental breakfast, mid-day programming, and a happy hour, and numerous creative culinary, fitness and pet experiences expertly curated by the building’s Lifestyle Management staff.

Residents have access to a full-time door staff, porters, resident manager, and white-glove concierge service. There is a full-floor fitness and wellness center with treatment and recovery rooms, in addition to a complimentary membership to Life Time athletic club at the base of the building. There is also a children’s playroom, a teen lounge, private storage, and bike storage, and The One Canine Club, supported with exclusive services by Hound Honey.

Residence at One Wall Street. Image by Colin Miller

Residence at One Wall Street. Image by Colin Miller

Residence at One Wall Street. Image by Colin Miller

Residence at One Wall Street. Image by Colin Miller

Residence at One Wall Street. Image by Colin Miller

Available residences range in price from $1.13 million to $12.750 million. Pricing for larger units is available upon request. Recently, 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. For more information and current availability, visit

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10 Comments on "The One Amenities Space, Including a Resident-Exclusive Restaurant And Bar, Opens At One Wall Street In The Financial District"

  1. Really spectacular conversion. Would love to live here. Prices do not seem that unreasonable

  2. Why did this project take nine years to complete? Macklowe bought the building in 2014.

  3. The article would have been better if you incorporated a few before and after floor plans, but with that said beautiful building.

    • I’m 75 years old. It will always be Irving Trust to me. Magnificent Art Deco. I’m thankful for the conversion and its new life. I trust that these types of treasures will continue to be preserved as a living museum to what architecture was during the Art Deco period — my favorite period.

  4. Art Deco building means thick walls and thick concrete floors, I hope.
    If so, I love it

  5. I predict many costs for poor construction for it took so long to build. Maintenance and tax is like a rent after buying. I predict bankruptcy.,

  6. Christopher Callen | November 29, 2023 at 12:03 pm | Reply

    “ MARVELOUS!…. I prefer tasteful ‘ prewar ‘ interiors with defined rooms for distinct purposes like This, instead of ‘ industrial chic ’ exposed brick lofts and open layout floor plans. ”

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