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FiDi’s landmark One Wall Street condo conversion hits a construction milestone

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Demolition of the building’s interiors has wrapped up

Photos courtesy SLCE Architects

The office-to-condo conversion of the Financial District’s One Wall Street is beginning to gain momentum. Back in February, a few new details surrounding the building’s forthcoming 566 condos came forward, namely that the apartments will cost about $3 million on average. The Macklowe Properties-developed project has a long way to go before it’s ready to make it’s debut, but there have been a few accomplishments made in the last few months.

Both interior and exterior facade demolition is complete and new structural framing work has wrapped up as well. The building is ready to begin receiving its curtain wall and installation of the steel structure for the residential and non-landmarked portion of the southern tower is set to begin soon. Here is what the building looks like in its current state:

It may not look like much now, however, once the building is complete, there will be a Whole Foods on its first three floors, apartments that range in size from studios to four-bedroom apartments, a multi-million dollar triplex penthouse, and amenities that include a swimming pool and a roof deck. The SLCE Architects-designed conversion is expected to wrap in 2020.

One Wall Street

1 Wall St, New York, NY 10005