So it looks like CetraRuddy's design for the conversion of coveted One Wall Street into condos and rentals may not be the end all, after all. It looks like heavyweight Harry Macklowe, who picked the landmarked Art Deco office building up for an eye-popping $585 million in May 2014, may have changed course and enlisted classicist Robert A.M. Stern to design the conversion. New York YIMBY found a rendering by the firm that shows an addition atop One Wall Street's annex building which was built 32 years after Ralph Walker's lovely 1929 tower. Despite the new rendering, it's entirely possible that Robert A.M. Stern's design for the building is outdated; plans for the conversion have yet to be filed with the Department of Buildings.
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