One Wall Street


One Wall Street is a treasured Art Deco landmark reborn as Downtown’s finest luxury condominium. Following a remarkably intricate and complex restoration, legendary developer Harry Macklowe is transforming the Ralph Walker-designed masterpiece from a pillar of American finance, originally built in 1931 as the home of Irving Trust, into a modern lifestyle destination unlike any other residence in New York.

Introducing a unique collection of luxury apartments ranging from studio to four-bedrooms, including a triplex penthouse positioned in the building’s historic crown. Apartments feature generous layouts, many with home offices and/or outdoor space, the highest quality Italian kitchens, stone and marble baths, and tall ceilings all set within one of New York’s most cherished buildings. Extraordinary views are another point of distinction, from upper floor residences looking out over the skyline and New York Harbor to lower floor homes surrounded by Manhattan’s most historic and iconic architecture, including Trinity Church, The New York Stock Exchange, and Wall Street.


In its storied 90-year incarnation as a house of finance, no one has had the opportunity to call One Wall Street home – until now.

From lobby to crown, every square inch of One Wall Street has been born anew. The interiors have been thoughtfully redesigned, the exterior meticulously restored. The residences have been conceived and configured from empty space — their shapes and sizes, proportions and personalities determined by a philosophy that places quality of life before all else.

The Heart of Every Home​

The design of the kitchen animates the aesthetic for the entire residence: curated materials, artful fixtures, high performance appliances, precision craftsmanship, attention to detail and two premium finish options — brilliant white with classic Calacatta marble, or warm-toned with honed Travertine stone.

The Most Important Rooms in the House​

From the five-fixture en suite baths to the elegant powder rooms, no expense has been spared, no convenience denied, no design element overlooked — all in the service of elevating daily regimens to the level of art.

“New York City’s triumvirate of great Art Deco buildings would consist of the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and One Wall Street.”


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