This new 88-story tower stands tall south of World Trade Center and is the vision of Rafael Vinoly. Marking a new residential skyscraper, 125 Greenwich Street houses this tower with its handsome interior exhibiting nearly column-free floors and one-of-a-kind idyllic interiors by March & White. Spacious floor plans and open kitchens of the residences dictate a luxurious, convenient and modern living.
This Bazzi & Partners Development and New Valley project also has an amenities floor at top of the building which offers a well thought-out package including a fitness center, pool and spa, doorman and concierge services, a live-in superintendent, media room, available storage, a bike room and elevator access. Added to this, 125 Greenwich Street enjoys a lively neighborhood which offers a lengthy list of recreational spots for the families, helping you fully enjoy the New York City life with its vivacity and vigor.
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This very luxurious, 912-foot-high tower at 125 Greenwich Street at the corner of Thames Street was designed by Rafael Vinoly, the architect of 432 Park Avenue, which was the city’s tallest residential skyscraper when it was erected in 2015.
This tower is distinguished by its rounded corners and nearly column-free floors created by two giant, vertical I-beams that run through the tower from north to south.
It will contain 273 condominium apartments and completion is scheduled for 2019.
March & White is the interior designer.
The tower will be higher than One Wall Street and 50 West Street.
It is being developed by Bizzi & Partners Development and New Valley who had acquired the site with SHVO for $185 million from Witkoff and Fisher Brothers.
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