What you’re looking at here is the largest office-to-residential conversion in the history of New York City.

They weren’t going to undertake a project on this scale just anywhere in the Big Apple. This is One Wall Street. Beat that for an address. The 50-storey art deco skyscraper now offers everything from studio to four-bedroom residences – each combining contemporary downtown style with the sophistication of a pedigreed uptown building.

Residents of One Wall Street will experience an elevated luxury lifestyle, with the convenience of full-time door staff, porters, resident manager, and concierge service, all available at their fingertips.

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The star of One Wall Street’s world of white-glove service is The One Club, which boasts 100,000 square feet of exclusive amenities for residents and their guests. Inspired by the great social clubs of London and New York, The One Club offers a private art-filled dining restaurant and bar designed by Deborah Berke Partners, a private dining room, demonstration kitchen, a fitness centre, children’s playroom, and a spectacular 75-foot indoor swimming pool on the 38th floor with a wraparound outdoor terrace.

The One Club also includes complimentary membership and priority access to 75,000 square feet of fitness, wellness, and more at the on-site four-level LifeTime health club.

Located in the base of the building, the Financial District's largest gourmet grocer, Whole Foods is now open. In addition, world-renowned 155-year-old Paris-based luxury retailer and leading purveyor of fashion and beauty brands, Printemps is set to install a new, experiential-focused retail concept that infuses shopping with entertainment within a ‘Paris meets New York’ design.

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The New Downtown

Long known as the Financial District, the stretch of Lower Manhattan extending from south of Tribeca to the Brooklyn Bridge is now much more than just a global banking hub. It’s a lively, liveable, transit-friendly residential district, full of history as well as shopping, dining, and entertainment. It’s now undeniably one of Manhattan’s most dynamic neighbourhoods. And no other can boast so many famous sites in such close proximity.

Living at One Wall Street means being surrounded by world-renowned buildings and structures – historic as well as contemporary: from 19th-century icons such as Federal Hall, Trinity Church, and the Brooklyn Bridge, to 20th century landmarks like the New York Stock Exchange and the World Trade Center.

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Retail detail

One Wall Street is surrounded by some of New York’s best shopping. Global fashion labels including Tiffany & Co, Burberry, Gucci, and Hermès join culinary destinations like Eataly and one-of-a-kind bookstores, stationers, and other homegrown shops to give the neighbourhood an authentic New York vibe.

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Foodie heaven

From historic taverns to Japanese bakeries and taco trailers to Michelin-starred restaurants, One Wall Street’s neighbourhood is a food-lover’s paradise. It’s also home to the Tin Building, Jean-George Vongerichten’s temple to gastronomy, whose fine-dining restaurants, casual cafes, bars, and incredible food halls have made it a culinary destination for New Yorkers and global visitors alike.

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With studio apartments starting at $1,330,000 up to a three-bedroom unit for $9,750,000, immediate move-ins and closings for residents are now available. For more information, visit: onewallstreet.com