Current views of 125 Greenwich Street at its full height. Photos courtesy of Field Condition.
Situated at the northwest corner of Thames Street, just south of the World Trade Center and northwest of Wall Street, Bizzi & Partners Development’s condo tower at 125 Greenwich Street has officially topped out at 912 feet. Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, the firm behind 432 Park Avenue, the building will offer some of the highest apartments in the Financial District. Upon completion later this year, the 88-story tower will house 273 residences.
Rafael Vinoly stands on the 65th floor with two members from the development team
Viñoly chose to design a building defined by its “slender and tall” structure, highlighted by its glass façade with rounded corners. Nearly column-free, the floors are supported by two I-beam-shaped shear walls that run vertically through the slender tower.
125 Greenwich is the only new condo to put its amenities on the top three top floors instead of penthouse units. Called “The 88,” the 15,000-square-foot amenity suite includes private entertaining and dining areas, a 50-foot lap pool, a spa, and fitness center.
The luxurious yet sleek interiors are designed by British firm March & White and will feature panoramic views, radiant heated flooring, custom millwork, air jet tubs, and top-of-the-line appliances including a washer and dryer in each unit.
Skyline view showing 125 Greenwich at its full height. Photo courtesy of Field Condition.
Unit sales launched in September 2017 with three-bedroom units—spanning about 3,960 square feet—starting at $4.625 million. The tower will have nearly 200 studio and one-bedrooms. The studios, priced from $975,000, are located above the 61st floor, so smaller families and single professionals will be able to enjoy the sweeping views for less.
- Rafael Viñoly’s 88-story tower at 125 Greenwich Street gets new renderings
- 125 Greenwich Street gets new rendering, taller 912-foot height
- New renderings and details for Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Street
Renderings courtesy of March; Construction photos by Field Condition
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