The Evolution of a Masterpiece
From its birth as Tower of Finance in 1930 to its new life as a Residential Tower, the ongoing story of One Wall Street has been over 90 years in the making.
AN ART DECO MASTERPIECE
When we refer to One Wall Street as an “Art Deco masterpiece,” we’re quoting Ada Louise Huxtable, the Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic for The New York Times, and curator of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art. Huxtable heralded One Wall Street for its multitude of “innovations whose artistic and architectural merit would dominate design for decades.”
From lobby to crown, every square inch of One Wall Street has been born anew.
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 Ultimate Downtown Location
Occupying the very center of New York’s most historic neighborhood, One Wall Street is just steps from world class shopping, Michelin-starred dining, the Battery Park and Hudson River esplanades, and a host of entertainment and cultural venues.
From Financial to Residential
Long known as the Financial District, the neighborhood is rapidly becoming the city’s newest residential mecca, with amenities that run the gamut from waterfront parks and farmer’s markets to al fresco restaurants and artisanal boutiques.