125 Greenwich Street shot up with great speed in 2018, and is the 16th-tallest skyscraper under construction in New York City. Now, it has only a few floors remaining before its 912-foot pinnacle is reached above the Financial District. The 88-story tower is being designed by Rafael Vinoly
and developed by Bizzi & Partners
and Vector Group, while the marketing of the 273 residential units is being handled by Douglas Elliman
. Interiors are being designed by March & White.
125 Greenwich Street and the World Trade Center from Trinity Church. Photo by Michael Young
It looks like the building has reached the amenity floors, and above that, the mechanical concrete walls that give the building its crown will soon rise. The reflective glass facade is now on the second and upper half of the tower, along with the central square windows on the centerline of the north and south elevations. Work on the building’s podium will progress even further once the tower tops out. It will be clad with a dark facade that contrasts against the glass curtain wall directly above.
125 Greenwich Street from Church Street. Photo by Michael Young
Close up of the facade from Broadway. Photo by Michael Young
125 Greenwich Street, 1 World Trade Center and 4 World Trade Center together as a cluster of of different glass skyscrapers. Photo by Michael Young
Each unit averages around 1,300 square feet, and all come with round glass and column-free corners that overlook the World Trade Center, the Hudson River, and the skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan. Amenities for the building include a dining room, an entertainment room, a swimming pool, and a fitness center and spa.
125 Greenwich Street, Rendering by March
The eastern side of the top of 125 Greenwich Street. Render by March
All the amenities are located on the top three floors of the tower, which will give residents and guests a heightened experience within the building and its surroundings. The swimming pool is on the western wide of the tower, with views of the World Trade Center and the sunset, while the fitness center faces east towards Wall Street, Brooklyn and the sunrise, giving a unique view when exercising in the early morning.
The view of 1 World Trade Center from halfway up the building. Photo by Michael Young
The view looking at Wall Street and Broadway. Photo by Michael Young
Residents can enjoy both the views of the tower and the sunrise looking east. Photo by Michael Young
Looking west at the sunset and 50 West Street. Photo by Michael Young
125 Greenwich Street will be complete in 2020.