New York City — Macklowe Properties has announced that Whole Foods Market will anchor the retail component of One Wall Street in New York City.
The company is currently converting the property into a residential and retail complex. Whole Foods will occupy 44,000 square feet on three floors, with public entrances on Broadway, New Street and Exchange Place. The store is set to open in late 2018.
The 155,000-square-foot retail component of One Wall Street, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, will feature a stepped modern glass addition with 22-foot ceilings. Robert K. Futterman, Jaclyn Totolo, Peter Whitenack and Scott Zinovoy of RKF represented Macklowe Properties in the lease transaction, and are currently marketing the remaining available retail space at the property.