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

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Macklow Property has released new images of its amenities and living units one wall street, the largest office-to-residential conversion ever in New York City.in Manhattan Financial Districtthe property includes 566 condominiums, a 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, and a four-story, 75,000-square-foot Lifetime Fitness Center.

The original skyscraper was completed in 1931 by American architect Ralph Thomas Walker and debuted as the Irving Trust Company Building. The building served as a commercial office tower for over 80 years until Harry McCraw acquired the property in 2014. Since then, YIMBY has been tracking the conversion of one of Manhattan’s most highly anticipated redevelopment projects.

One Wall Street – Rendered with DBOX

A model of the One Wall Street kitchen and living area directed by the Yellow House – Photo by Evan Joseph for Macklow Properties

A model kitchen and living area for One Wall Street staged by the Yellow House – Photo by Evan Joseph for McCrawe Properties

A model bedroom in One Wall Street staged by The Yellow House – photo credit Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Wall Street model bedroom by the Yellow House – photo credit Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Wall Street model bathroom staged by The Yellow House – Photo courtesy Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Wall Street model bathroom staged by The Yellow House – Photo courtesy Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

A new photo from the developer shows model unit 2501. This is a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom house with a large corner terrace. Designed by Elizabeth Graziolo of Yellow House Architects, the furniture, artwork, fixtures, and other accents are intended to evoke the building’s “vintage charm” and Art Deco feel.

“Working at One Wall Street was a once-in-a-lifetime experience, especially since the Art Deco era has always been one of my favorite architectural styles,” says Graziolo. “We were delighted to work closely with Harry McCullough throughout the design process and understand his vision for the property.”

Cyril Vergniol, founder of French interior design studio Stylelagos, designed the other model unit currently on display at One Wall Street.

One Wall Street's model living room, Cyril Vergniol's stage - photo courtesy of Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Wall Street model living room, Cyril Vergniol’s stage – photo courtesy of Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

Terrace outside the model unit staged by Cyril-Vergniol - Photo courtesy of Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

Terrace outside model unit staged by Cyril Vergniol – Photo courtesy of Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Works Coworking Suite at One Wall Street - Photo by Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Works Coworking Suite at One Wall Street – Photo by Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Works Coworking Suite at One Wall Street - Photo by Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

One Works Coworking Suite at One Wall Street – Photo by Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

The bistro area of ​​the One Works Coworking Suite on One Wall Street – photo credit Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

Bistro area of ​​One Works Coworking Suite on One Wall Street – photo credit Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

The majority of the amenity space is a 75-foot indoor pool, fitness center, wrap-around terrace on the 39th floor, indoor lounge area, craft bar with on-site mixologists, baristas, private dining areas, and 6,500 square feet of One Works branded co-working Suite.

The building also features a children’s playroom, a chic hangout space for teens, and a full-time concierge.

Sales began last September, and current availability ranges from $1.13 million for studio units to $10.5 million for three-bedroom homes.

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