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Don't ruin the elegance of this building with glassed add-on crap.
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Building Tour: One Wall Street

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Construction is underway on the conversion of One Wall Street, the landmark fifty-story limestone Art Deco tower located on an entire block at the intersection of Broadway and Wall Street in the Financial District. Developer Macklowe Properties is converting the Ralph Walker designed office tower into residential condo and rental units with retail at the base. The tower was completed in 1931 and then expanded in 1963, bringing its total gross floor area to 1.1 million square feet.

At the top of the tower, the 49th floor Observation Room features amazing views of Lower Manhattan and a ceiling clad with shells from the Philippines. The space was originally used for formal meetings under the prior office program.









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mosaic is awesome! my fav Art Deco
I guess it's not as bad as people have expected

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https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/20/r...es-condos.html

One Wall Street Becomes Condos
The Art Deco bank tower that was once home to Irving Trust will have 566 apartments.



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As bedrooms continue to replace boardrooms in the financial district, another prewar bank building is becoming a residence.

This time it’s One Wall Street, a prominent tower last occupied by BNY Mellon and most famously the longtime home of Irving Trust. Macklowe Properties is redeveloping the 50-story Art Deco edifice into a 566-unit condo, and brokers believe the building should benefit from its memorable name and address at a busy corner of Broadway.
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The offering plan, approved by state officials in early May, has locked in the unit mix. Of the 566 units, 304 will be studios and one-bedrooms — seemingly geared toward single people and couples, in a neighborhood that has increasingly become a destination for families.

Private terraces will be included with 47 apartments, courtesy of more than a dozen setbacks at the tapered tower, which opened in 1931 with a design by Ralph T. Walker, an architect who has recently enjoyed a posthumous bump in popularity among builders. The current architect is SLCE, which replaced Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
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To avoid the awkward layouts that can result from office conversions, Macklowe is relocating the elevators from a perimeter wall into the center of the building to allow for more apartments with windows. In total, Macklowe is removing 20 elevators in the residential portion of the building and installing 10 new ones, said Andy Golubitsky, the Macklowe vice president managing the project.

All apartments will feature floors made of engineered wood, in six-inch-wide planks, plus Miele appliances, and washers and dryers. But buyers will have some choices: They can select glass or lacquered kitchen cabinets.

Prices at One Wall, which Macklowe acquired in 2014 for $585 million, will average $2,600 a square foot, according to a spokeswoman for the project, with an average apartment price of about $3 million. (Macklowe also built 432 Park Avenue, the 96-story condo in Midtown where prices averaged more than $7,000 a square foot.)
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haun Osher, the chief executive officer of CORE, the real estate firm handling One Wall Street’s stateside marketing, said that Chinese buyers have purchased some of its units, but he declined to say exactly how many contracts have been signed. He also downplayed the challenges of a luxury market that has weakened. “It’s a concern, but not for this building, which pretty much checks every box,” Mr. Osher said.

The building will have 100,000 square feet of amenities spread across multiple floors, and will include an enclosed pool and a 39th-floor roof deck.
Bordered by Broadway, Wall Street, New Street and Exchange Place, One Wall will also offer a hefty amount of commercial space — 174,000 square feet for up to eight tenants, according to Macklowe. The firm has already signed one major tenant, Whole Foods Market, which will take 44,000 square feet.
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