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One Wall Street: It's better at the top
REAL ESTATE • FOUND Development
One Wall Street, the largest office-to-condo conversion to date in New York City, carries all the hallmarks of the city’s new luxury buildings — a top-to-bottom redo by a name developer (Harry Macklowe), a private residents club, a 75-foot pool with sweeping views. But it’s not a building reserved for the super-rich, at least not by local standards. A large number of studios and one- and two-bedrooms, particularly in the darker, lower half of the building, are selling in the low millions.
But up where the skies open, towards the narrower top of the Art Deco building — which was first constructed 100 years ago, as a bank — there are some pricier gems to be had. Consider #3301, which closed earlier this month for $6.15 million. Due to the contour of the building and the setbacks, the apartment features a uniquely shaped great room, with terraces on its east and west. Further up, on the 41st floor, #4101 offers the above party-ready patio, plus 3BR/3BA, for $10.5 million.