The residential conversion of the Financial District’s One Wall Street has been trudging along for quite some time now, but things are finally picking up, and the New York Times has all the new details.
Developer Macklowe Properties is planning to launch sales on the 50-story building’s 566 condos sometime this winter, and apartments here will cost $3 million on average, which is just on par for new developments in the neighborhood, according to the Times. One Wall Street will also have a triplex penthouse, which is expected to ask upwards of $38 million.
We also now know that 304 of 566 apartments will be studios and one-bedrooms, while the rest will be a mix of two, three, and four-bedroom homes. The unit make-up suggests that the developers are targeting young couples or single people living in the neighborhood, which now has an ever-expanding presence of residential development.
Of the total units, 47 will have private terraces. The units will have floors made with engineered wood, a Miele appliance package that includes washers and dryers, and residents here will have the option of choosing glass or lacquer cabinets in the kitchen.
Amenities announced so far include an enclosed swimming pool, and a roof deck. In all, the amenities will be spread out over 100,000 square feet. In addition, One Wall Street will also have a Whole Foods, and additional space for commercial tenants. The SLCE Architects-designed conversion is expected to wrap in 2020.