Now complete, NYC’s largest office-to-condo conversion One Wall Street shows off latest home

April 3, 2023

Images courtesy of Colin Miller

New York City’s largest office-to-residential conversion is flaunting its latest luxury residence. Construction has officially wrapped up at the Art Deco landmark One Wall Street, formerly the headquarters for the Irving Trust Company and now a 566-unit residential tower. Following that milestone, new images were released last week of one of the building’s most impressive apartments, Residence 3404. The home represents a unique collaboration between interior designer Guillaume Coutheillas of frenchCalifornia and One Wall Street developer Harry Macklowe, who hand-picked all of the art seen in the three-bedroom apartment.

Residence 3404 features soaring ceiling heights, curated art and furniture, state-of-the-art appliances, and unparalleled views of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and the city skyline. Macklowe and Coutheillas designed the unit as if it was the home for Macklowe himself, drawing influence from both of their travels around the world.

The apartment is also currently listed as a combo unit with the residence next door at 3405 for $19,500,000.

The unit features carefully selected furniture pieces from the Mexican furniture studio Atra. Macklowe and Coutheillas worked with Atra to develop a “US-meets-Europe” aesthetic for the breathtaking unit.

“While One Wall Street is a very New York building, it also has a very European and French aesthetic, and we wanted to bring that out through our design,” Coutheillas said. “This can be seen in the way we hung the art, placed the accessories and chose the muted color palette. It exudes luxury without trying too hard – it has a very French attitude!”

Rendering courtesy of Macklowe Properties

Designed by world-famous architect Ralph Walker in 1931, One Wall Street originally served as the headquarters for the Irving Trust Company. Dubbed the “Architect of the Century” by the Architecture Institute of America, Walker designed One Wall Street during an age in American building design characterized by “unbound optimism and unfettered freedom,” according to a press release.

Developer Harry Macklowe purchased the building in May 2014 for $585 million. The skyscraper had been serving as the headquarters for the Bank of New York Mellon Corp.

“The completion of One Wall Street embodies our vision for luxury living in Downtown Manhattan, representing everything special about the past and future of New York; architecture and design, complexity and intricacy, ingenuity and collaboration,” Macklowe said in a statement announcing the building’s completion.

“The goal was to incarnate empty spaces into thoughtfully redesigned residences that will stand the test of time and continue to answer future demands of modern living. We are proud to fully unveil the completed building, now available for immediate move-ins, for the first time,” he added.

Terrace courtesy of Ethereal Photography

Skypool courtesy of Colin Miller

Macklowe completely renovated the historic building, preserving the aesthetic of its original design and modernizing certain aspects for the 21st century. The tower offers residents 100,000 square feet of amenities, including a private restaurant, a co-working space, a 75-foot indoor lap pool on the 38th floor overlooking New York Harbor, a full-floor event lounge, and a landscaped terrace. The building also has the Financial District’s first Whole Foods and a four-story Lifetime Fitness Resort.

In August 2022, Macklowe Properties revealed the first images from a few of the residences and co-working spaces within the newly-renovated building. The units were designed by Elizabeth Graziolo of Yellow House Architects and French architect and designer Cyril Vergniol with curated art from the Leila Heller Gallery. Deborah Berke Partners designed the massive co-working spaces, which span roughly 6,500 square feet and include two state-of-the-art conference rooms suited for remote work.

Current availabilities at One Wall Street range from a $1,150,000 studio to a $19,500,000 five-bedroom combo unit.


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