One Wall Street skyscraper is converted into residences

Images courtesy of Macklowe Properties
The redevelopment into residencies of an art deco skyscraper in Lower Manhattan has been completed and is now open to the public.

One Wall Street, a 1930s office tower designed by Ralph Thomas Walker for the Irving Trust, was previously known as the Bank of New York Building.

It has now been adapted by Robert Stern for local real estate company Macklowe Properties.

The 50-storey limestone building contains 566 apartments across a gross floor area of 1.1 million sq ft. Among the features installed to tempt wealthy buyers are marble kitchens, three private dining rooms, a cocktail bar, a roof deck, a glass-enclosed swimming pool and a spa.

There are also co-working spaces, a children’s area and a teen lounge.

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