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101 Wall
101 WALL ST
Occupancy: First Quarter 2017
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number A Subway number C Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number 1 Subway number W Subway number 6
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 William St - Wall St
Subway number 3 William St - Wall St
Subway number J Broad St - Wall St
Subway number Z Broad St - Wall St
Subway number A William St - John St
Subway number C William St - John St
Subway number 4 William St - John St
Subway number 5 William St - John St
Subway number R Whitehall St - Stone St
Subway number 1 Whitehall St - Stone St
Subway number W Whitehall St - Water St
Subway number 6 Nassau St - Frankfort St
Details
Condo
New Development
Built in 1931
26 floors
52 units
26 floors
Elevator
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Exercise room
Fitness center
High-speed internet
Package room
Playroom
Private storage
52 Luxury Condominium Residences with Interiors by Piet Boon

Built in 1931, 101 Wall's elegant profile and series of landscaped setback terraces are characteristic of the Art Deco era and an example of the rich architectural heritage that defines lower Manhattan. Situated just steps from the East River Esplanade, these 1- to 4-bedroom pre-war condominiums by visionary Dutch designer Piet Boon feature his sophisticated details, soothing material palette, and uncompromised approach to luxurious simplicity. New casement windows, extra-wide-plank herringbone gray oak flooring, 11" high custom-profile baseboards, and 9'-6" high beamed ceilings give these unique homes a feeling of refined luxury and warmth. Residents will enjoy a plethora of amenities at 101 Wall - a distinguishing feature for a building of only 52 residences. A spacious lounge and separate library feature comfortable seating areas and a large communal table, a bar area, and a separate catering kitchen. A children’s playroom and a game room are located on the same level. Wellness and recreation options include a personal training studio equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment, a changing area with a sauna and steam room, and a golf simulator. A landscaped roof terrace, with views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River, features a gas grill, dining, and seating areas.

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101 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
(212) 747-1011
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Financial District
Living in the Financial District
Sleek skyscrapers hurtle up towards the stratosphere from cobblestone streets in the Financial District. This fast-paced section of Lower Manhattan is home to one of the world’s most iconic skylines. It bustles during the day as the heart of the nation’s financial markets, yet it offers a residential sense of calm in the evenings. Historic Stone Street’s restaurants buzz with happy hour deals and power lunches, and the waterfront offers an ever-changing calendar of cultural events. The Charging Bull statue stands proudly in front of Bowling Green, embodying the Financial District’s powerful legacy.
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101 Wall
101 WALL ST
Occupancy: First Quarter 2017
52 Luxury Condominium Residences with Interiors by Piet Boon
Built in 1931, 101 Wall's elegant profile and series of landscaped setback terraces are characteristic of the Art Deco era and an example of the rich architectural heritage that defines lower Manhattan. Situated just steps from the East River Esplanade, these 1- to 4-bedroom pre-war condominiums by visionary Dutch designer Piet Boon feature his sophisticated details, soothing material palette, and uncompromised approach to luxurious simplicity. New casement windows, extra-wide-plank herringbone gray oak flooring, 11" high custom-profile baseboards, and 9'-6" high beamed ceilings give these unique homes a feeling of refined luxury and warmth. Residents will enjoy a plethora of amenities at 101 Wall - a distinguishing feature for a building of only 52 residences. A spacious lounge and separate library feature comfortable seating areas and a large communal table, a bar area, and a separate catering kitchen. A children’s playroom and a game room are located on the same level. Wellness and recreation options include a personal training studio equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment, a changing area with a sauna and steam room, and a golf simulator. A landscaped roof terrace, with views of the Manhattan skyline and the East River, features a gas grill, dining, and seating areas.
Condo
New Development
Built in 1931
26 floors
52 units
26 floors
Elevator
Concierge
Doorman
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Exercise room
Fitness center
High-speed internet
Package room
Playroom
Private storage
Financial District
Living in the Financial District
Sleek skyscrapers hurtle up towards the stratosphere from cobblestone streets in the Financial District. This fast-paced section of Lower Manhattan is home to one of the world’s most iconic skylines. It bustles during the day as the heart of the nation’s financial markets, yet it offers a residential sense of calm in the evenings. Historic Stone Street’s restaurants buzz with happy hour deals and power lunches, and the waterfront offers an ever-changing calendar of cultural events. The Charging Bull statue stands proudly in front of Bowling Green, embodying the Financial District’s powerful legacy.
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number J Subway number Z Subway number A Subway number C Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number 1 Subway number W Subway number 6
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 William St - Wall St
Subway number 3 William St - Wall St
Subway number J Broad St - Wall St
Subway number Z Broad St - Wall St
Subway number A William St - John St
Subway number C William St - John St
Subway number 4 William St - John St
Subway number 5 William St - John St
Subway number R Whitehall St - Stone St
Subway number 1 Whitehall St - Stone St
Subway number W Whitehall St - Water St
Subway number 6 Nassau St - Frankfort St