One Wall Street Will Receive the 2021 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award
It is our pleasure to announce that One Wall Street, the largest office-to-residential historic adaptive reuse project in New York City to date, has been selected to receive a Lucy G. Moses Preservation Project Award for 2021 by the New York Landmarks Conservancy. Acheson Doyle Partners Architects served as Preservation Consultant for One Wall Street, the crown jewel of architect Ralph Walker’s Art Deco masterpieces. The award-winning building contains two parts: the landmarked North Tower completed in 1931, and the South Annex completed in 1963 (not landmarked). The present-day, transformative expansion project features a five-story vertical addition to the South Annex that is seamlessly integrated with the North Tower, as well as the meticulous restoration of the “Red Room,” an astonishingly-detailed, floor-to-ceiling mosaic room in the North Tower designed by acclaimed muralist Hildreth Meière.
This comprehensive, historic adaptive reuse project represents a third era of architectural aspiration in the building’s hundred-year history.