The Real Deal New York

Harry Macklowe to convert FiDi office tower into apartments

Roughly 800,000 square feet will be devoted to rentals and condos
November 20, 2014 12:30PM

Harry Macklowe is converting an iconic, 50-story Financial District tower into a residential building with a retail component.

The developer is planning to devote 800,000 square feet at the former home of Bank of New York Mellon at 1 Wall Street to rental units and condominiums, according to the New York Daily News. The ground floor will have a 350,000-square-foot retail space.

It’s one of the biggest Downtown conversions in recent years, the newspaper reported.

Macklowe bought the Ralph Walker-designed property at the corner of Broadway and Wall Street earlier this year for $585 million. [NYDN] — Claire Moses


    This would be the perfect spot for NORDSTROM’S new downtown store!!!!!

    • Crian Bashman

      Nordstrom right next to Lot Less.

      • DTNYC

        What are you talking about?

  • stevepra

    I assume that’s 35,000 not 350,000 on the ground fl.

  • dddd

    the real deal has way to many spelling errors. first 450,000 sq now this?

    • trollionaire


  • John

    It is fifty stories and is 654 feet (199 meters) tall, and measures 1,165,659 rentable square feet.

    800 + 350 = 1150