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Renderings of 125 Greenwich Street (MARCH) Renderings of 125 Greenwich Street (MARCH)
When 125 Greenwich Street was still on the drawing board, it attracted attention for its 912-foot height, its sinuous design by Rafael Viñoly, and its luxurious amenities planned for the top three floors of the building (including, but not limited to, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a 50-foot lap pool, a lounge, and a screening room) as opposed to penthouses. Professional footballer Marco Borriello was in contract to buy a three-bedroom home on the 80th floor.

Over the past few years, construction has stalled in the wake of partnership disputes and threats of foreclosure, and the pandemic cannot have helped matters. However, developer Bizzi & Partners has secured a new round of financing, not to mention a new partner in the project with Fortress Investment Group. This comes at a time when the building is 85 percent complete (h/t The Real Deal), and the goal is now to rebrand the project and launch sales later this year.
125 Greenwich Street was conceived as Lower Manhattan’s answer to 432 Park Avenue (another Viñoly design), and it’s true that nothing has taken shape to rival it in terms of height in the Financial District. However, while 125 Greenwich Street’s site sat dormant, a number of new buildings with imaginative architecture, high-end interiors, and impressive amenity suites have opened their doors in the neighborhood.

Moreover, attractions like Tin Building in the revamped Seaport, the retail offerings of Westfield World Trade Center (aka the Oculus), and the Financial District’s first Whole Foods market in the base of One Wall Street make the area increasingly attractive at a time when it was already coming into its own as a live/work/play neighborhood. If you don’t want to wait for 125 Greenwich Street to be completed to move into the Financial District, we offer a selection of local listings.

South Star, #6E (Compass)

Downtown Club, #23A (Compass)

Southbridge Towers, #20D (Compass)

Beekman Landing, #4B (Compass)

274 Water Street, #1F (Corcoran Group)

The Broad Exchange Building, #18S (Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group)

50 West, #19B (Time Equities Brokerage LLC)

26 Beaver Street, #11thFloor (Sothebys International Realty)

One Wall Street, #830 (Compass)

Downtown by Starck, #2100 (Compass)

59 John Lofts, #PH1 (Nest Seekers LLC)

No. 33 Park Row, #17A (Compass)

130 William, #51A (Corcoran Group)

25 Park Row, #12D (Corcoran Group)

75 Wall Street, #PHD1 (Platinum Properties)
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