Built in 1907, the former home of the Trust Company of America at 37 Wall Street has undergone transformation into a residential rental building. At 25 stories tall, this Beaux Arts–style high-rise was one of the first truly tall buildings in the city, and it is one of the oldest remaining high-rises on Wall Street.
Previously serving as offices for Chase Bank, 37 Wall Street had remained vacant for a few years. In 2004, the building was purchased by developer W Associates, an affiliate of Garden Homes. Mike Thompson, project manager, reported that what was needed to convert this commercial building into residential space was mostly interior construction work, which began in June 2005. Work on the building was completed in 2007.
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