101 Wall Street
- Year built: 1931
- Units: 52
- Stories: 27
- Architect: Piet Boon
- Developer: The Claremont Group
- Sales & Marketing: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
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.