Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Street gets new rendering

While original plans for 125 Greenwich had it poised to top off at 1,400 feet, becoming lower Manhattan’s tallest residential building, a finalized rendering for the project has the finished product standing 912 feet, which is still obviously very tall. The rejigged plan and rendering have come on the heels of the building’s developers, Bizzi & Parnters and New Valley, acquiring a $450M loan for the project, designed by our friends at Rafael Viñoly Architects. The latest in a swathe a super-skinny supertalls beginning to populate the NYC skyline, the building will offer exceptional views and a wind-resistant design. There will be 72 floors, with 273 units diffused among 350,K SqFt of residential space. The interiors are unique: with parallelogrammatic floor plates, and virtually no interior columns. Units facing west will have rounded corners with pitched windows. Furthermore, and unusually, the residence’s top three floors will host amenities, including fitness and spa facilities, squash courts, conference rooms, a library, game area, demo kitchen, tech bar, and grotto.

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