The office-to-condo conversion at 101 Wall Street has kept a pretty low profile, despite being led by noted Dutch designer Piet Boon. Maybe that hush has a little something to do with the turmoil surrounding building owner The Claremont Group's move to boot the building's office tenants to allow for the 52-apartment conversion. That's just how things seems to go in New York City, though. Now, after less than a year in the works, the condos will hit the market today (if all goes according to plan), asking between $1.1 million and $6 million. Condos in the building will range in size from 700 square feet to over 2,300 square feet.
The building will have amenities like a residents library, children's playroom, golf simulator, sauna and steam room, and a landscaped rooftop terrace. Move-ins are slated for summer 2016.
· 101 Wall Street Prepares to Morph From Offices to Condos [Curbed]
· All 101 Wall Street coverage [Curbed]