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Piet Boon's Wall Street Office Conversion Asks From $1.1M

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Name & Address: 101 Wall Street
Architect: Piet Boon
Developer: The Claremont Group
Size: 27 stories, 52 condos
Prices: $1.1 million to $6 million
Sales & Marketing: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group

After just one year in the works, the Financial District's latest in a slew of office-to-luxury condo conversions has launched sales. The former Art Deco office building at 101 Wall Street has been converted into 52 one- to four-bedroom apartments by noted Dutch designer Piet Boon. For an office conversion, the floorplans make the best of a non-ideal situation. The building's four corner units, now for sale from $2.35 million, are really the stars of the seven units now on the market, but that's unsurprising. The Claremont Group-developed building has a handful of ever-more-common amenities like a library, kids playroom, gym, golf simulator, and landscaped roof terrace. Move-ins are expected in mid 2016.

101 Wall Street is just one of a small army of office buildings being remade as apartments. At 1 Wall Street, Macklowe is converting the Art Deco-style Ralph Walker tower into rentals. Ben Shaoul is busy remaking the Walker-designed tower at 100 Barclay (now known as Ralph Walker Tribeca) as pricey condos, and the also Art Deco 70 Pine Street will soon debut as pricey rentals. (Is there a theme here with Art Deco conversions? Seems like it.)
· Listings: 101 Wall Street [official]
· First Look at Piet Boon's Wall Street Office-to-Condo Conversion [Curbed]