One Wall Street, a fifty-story limestone Art Deco tower, holds a distinct position in a neighborhood known for its stunning architecture. Built in 1931 by Ralph Walker, the elegant landmarked building has undergone a visionary transformation. Under the guidance of Macklowe Properties —whose portfolio includes more than a few Manhattan icons—the residential conversion of One Wall Street pairs the grandeur of an old New York with the bold innovation emblematic of a new Downtown.
Stunning architectural details are everywhere: a breathtaking, meticulously-restored mosaic lobby created by renowned 20th century muralist Hildreth Meière; exquisite residences featuring French oak floors, lofty ceilings and Italian cabinetry. Fluted windows frame dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor.
Beneath the smooth surface, extraordinary amenities serve deeper needs. The “One” Club at One Wall Street offers residents exclusive services from Whole Foods Market and priority membership to a world-class fitness center, as well as access to two full floors of beautifully-appointed work and lounge suites, outdoor terraces, entertainment spaces, and an indoor lap pool surrounded by panoramic views. Spa and restorative treatments are an elevator ride away. An experienced staff provides attentive, adaptive, around-the-clock service.