One Wall Street

New York
  • On the corner of Broadway
  • Acquired by Macklowe Properties in 2014, One Wall Street is a landmark fifty-story limestone Art Deco tower that holds a distinct position on the New York skyline. It occupies an entire block at the corner of Broadway and Wall Street and is neighbored to the east by the landmark New York Stock Exchange. The building was originally built for the Irving Trust Company in 1931 by the prominent architect Ralph Walker and was subsequently expanded in 1963. The Property contains approximately 1.1M square feet of gross floor area and is one of the most distinctive assets in the Downtown market.

    The building itself has many features including exceptional panoramic views, ideal floor plates for multiple uses, excellent ceiling heights, the "Red Room", multiple entrances, and access to multiple transportation hubs.