Earlier this month, developers Bizzi & Partners and New Valley finalized a $450 million loan for their Rafael Viñoly-designed skyscraper at 125 Greenwich Street, and they’ve now released a finalized rendering of the slender condo tower and filed plans that show it will top out at 912 feet (h/t Yimby). The height is only slightly above the most recent reporting of 898 feet, but the project was originally supposed to rise a whopping 1,400 feet. Though it’s no longer in line to be downtown’s tallest residential building, it will still offer impressive views and a wind-resistant design.
Prior to the plans, the reported number of floors was 88, but there will actually be 72, with 273 units divided among 350,000 square feet of residential space. As 6sqft previously reported, units will have “parallelogram-shaped floor plates that are almost entirely free of interior columns. West facing-units have rounded corners, and at street level, there will be three floors of retail space.” The building’s top three floors will host the amenities, including fitness and spa facilities, squash courts, conference rooms, a library, game area, demo kitchen, tech bar, and grotto.
It’s not confirmed, but sales are expected to launch this fall. Find future listings for 125 Greenwich Street at CityRealty.
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Interior renderings via ArX Solutions
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