The New Downtown: One Wall Street

An Art Deco Landmark, Reimagined.

Rendering courtesy of One Wall Street

One Wall Street is a treasured Art-Deco landmark reborn as luxury condominiums in a development that will redefine Lower Manhattan. Following a remarkably intricate and complex restoration process spearheaded by developer Harry Macklowe, One Wall Street is set to become a modern lifestyle destination in the new Downtown.

Apartments feature generous layouts, ranging from studios to four-bedrooms. Interiors feature the highest quality Italian kitchens, stone and marble baths enhanced further by high ceiling heights and extraordinary views.

Rendering courtesy of One Wall Street

Inspired by luxury hotel-level facilities and services, The One Club offers over 100,000 square feet of amenities. The crown jewel is located on the 39th floor in the form of a private restaurant where residents can enjoy meals or socialize in the lounge with a craft cocktail and unwind onto the 4,000 square foot landscaped terrace with cityscape and Harbor views. The 38th floor houses the 75′ indoor swimming pool surrounded by panoramic views. Additional amenities a large co-working space with conference and podcast rooms as well as children and teen spaces.

Rendering courtesy of One Wall Street

The development is also bringing neighborhood-defining retail, including a 50,000 square foot Whole Foods and a 75,000 square foot LifeTime Fitness resort. A yet to be announced luxury European retailer will also be opening their doors within this development as their first venture Stateside.

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Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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