Deborah Berke

condos, Design, Financial District, Major Developments, New Developments

Photo credit: Evan Joseph for Macklowe Properties

A New York City Art Deco landmark is showing off its second act as a luxury residential tower. Once one of New York’s tallest office buildings, One Wall Street now boasts a new superlative: the largest office-to-residential conversion in the city’s history. Developed by Macklowe Properties, the 566-unit tower sits within the restored former Irving Trust Company Building, designed in 1931 by famed architect Ralph Walker. New images of the residences and innovative co-working space were released this week, providing a first peek inside one of the city’s most unique new residential buildings.

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Cool Listings, Upper East Side, yorkville

Two Yorkville penthouses at 40 East End Avenue, designed by renowned architect and Yale School of Architecture Dean Deborah Berke, are ready to entice Upper East Side buyers with dazzling views, sprawling spaces, and luxurious finishes–not to mention the Lightstone building’s impressive amenities. Asking $12,935,990, Penthouse 15 is a 3,645-square-foot full-floor residence with 850 square feet of amazing wrap-around terrace space. For $9,985,990, Penthouse 17 spans 3,237 square feet with a few terraces of its own. Both have four bedrooms, direct elevator access, white oak flooring, and skyline views.

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