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Terrace outside corner model unit at One Wall Street, staged by Yellow House - Photo credit Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

Macklowe Properties Reveals Model Units and Interiors at One Wall Street in Financial District, Manhattan

Macklowe Properties has revealed new images of amenities and residential units at One Wall Street, New York City’s largest ever office-to-residential conversion. Located in Manhattan’s Financial District, the property houses 566 condominiums, a 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, and a four-floor, 75,000-square-foot Life Time fitness center.

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One Wall Street - Rendering by DBOX

One Wall Street’s New Retail Spaces Near Completion in Financial District, Manhattan

Work is nearing completion on One Wall Street, a 564-foot-tall Art Deco skyscraper in the Financial District. Designed by SLCE Architects and developed by Macklowe Properties, the $1.5 billion venture is the largest office-to-residential conversion in New York City history and will yield 566 condominiums as well as a 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market and a four-floor, 75,000-square-foot Life Time fitness center on the lower levels. The project also involved the construction of a multi-story expansion above the mid-century annex to the 91-year-old structure. Compass Development Marketing Group is handling sales and marketing with a gallery located within the famous Red Room. JT Magen is the general contractor for the property, which is bound by Broadway to the west, Wall Street to the north, Exchange Place to the south, and New Street to the east.

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One Wall Street - Rendering by DBOX

One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion and Retail Addition Wraps Up in Financial District, Manhattan

Work is wrapping up on One Wall Street, the largest office-to-residential conversion project in New York City’s history. Developed by Macklowe Properties, the 90-year-old, 564-foot-tall Art Deco building is undergoing a 21st century restoration and overhaul that will yield 566 new residential units, a 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, and a four-floor 75,000-square-foot Life Time fitness center on the lower levels of the Financial District property. At the top of the mid-century annex is a multi-story addition that was designed by SLCE Architects. Compass Development Marketing Group is handling sales and marketing for the homes with the help of a sales gallery located within the Red Room on the ground floor. One Wall Street is bound by Broadway and Trinity Church to the west, Wall Street to the north, Exchange Place to the south, and New Street to the east. JT Magen is the general contractor for the complex project.

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One Wall Street - Rendering by DBOX

One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion and Retail Addition Nears Completion in Financial District

Work is nearing completion on One Wall Street, the largest office-to-residential conversion project in New York City’s history. Developed by Macklowe Properties, the 21st century overhaul is expected to cost around $1.5 billion, transforming the 90-year-old, 564-foot-tall Art Deco skyscraper with a multi-story addition designed by SLCE Architects as well as a 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market and a Life Time fitness center on the lower levels. The Financial District property will yield 566 new units with sales handled and marketed by Compass.

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One Wall Street - Rendering by DBOX

Aerial Photos Showcase One Wall Street’s Residential Conversion in the Financial District, Manhattan

Construction is continuing to progress on the residential conversion of the 90-year-old One Wall Street, a 564-foot-tall Art Deco skyscraper in the Financial District. Developed by Macklowe Properties, the project is expected to cost $1.5 billion and also features an exterior addition designed by SLCE Architects. The undertaking is the largest office-to-residential conversion in New York City history and will feature 566 new units with sales handled and marketed by Compass, as well as a new 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market and a Life Time fitness center on the lower levels. The site is bound by Broadway to the west, Wall Street to the north, New Street to the east, and Exchange Place to the south.

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