work nearing completion one wall streeta 564-foot-tall Art Deco skyscraper Financial Districtdesigned by SLCE Architects Developed by Macklowe Properties, the $1.5 billion venture is the largest office-to-residential conversion in New York City’s history, featuring 566 condominiums, a 44,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, and a four-story 75,000-square-foot Foot Life Time Fitness Center (Lower Level). The project also included construction of a multi-storey extension above his mid-20th-century annexe of the 91-year-old building. Compass Development Marketing Group conducts sales and marketing through its gallery located within the famous Red Room. JT Magen is the general contractor for this property, which is bounded by Broadway to the west, Wall Street to the north, Exchange Place to the south and New Street to the east.
Since then, finishing work on the lower floors of the complex has continued to progress. our last update In November, scaffolding still surrounded the lot.
A large banner is displayed at the entrance of Whole Foods Market. Adjacent to this is a stepped mass of floor-to-ceiling glass with a wide pleated pattern that mimics the undulating Art Deco façade and stone wall extensions of the original building. This architectural language extends along the southwest corner and Exchange Place. Once the temporary scaffolding has been removed, sunlight will brighten the street and a new ADA accessible ramp and staircase beneath the fitness center’s entrance canopy.
Life Time Gym extends several floors below street level and features amenities such as a spa offering manicures, pedicures, multiple massage rooms, haircuts and blowouts. Locker rooms for men and women. changing rooms; saunas; and eucalyptus steam rooms. showers; and his seven studios for yoga, pilates, barre, and biking. Children’s academy with half basketball court, language and art studios, and activity studios. weightlifting space; chiropractic and rehab recovery rooms;
The Life Time showroom is located on Broadway, adjacent to the Wall Street subway entrance, which is served by lines 4 and 5.
Life Time will reportedly open in September, but Whole Foods Market has yet to announce an official opening date. There will also be another retail tenant, although details have yet to be made public.
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