Here’s the next stalled project update for YIMBY’s Turkey Week: 125 Greenwich Street88-story skyscraper Financial Districtdesigned by Raphael Vinory Developed by Business & PartnersSyndat, New Valley, Carlton Group, and ShuboThe 912-foot-tall structure has remained nearly complete since late 2019.The tower was planned to yield 273 condominium units led by interiors and marketing by March & White Douglas EllimanPlaza Construction is the general contractor for this property located on the corner of Greenwich and Thames Streets. world trade center complicated.
The skyscraper stands out for its sophisticated design of curved glass panels surrounding a concrete core on the north and south walls. The curtain wall is largely complete, and some work on the apex and multi-story podium is awaiting completion. The latter section will be enclosed in darker glass and will house several loft units. An elevator under construction remains attached to the west elevation.
Several black paneled mechanical levels divide the mass of the skyscraper.
At the time of publication, 125 Greenwich Street Vinory432 Park Avenue was the tallest residential building in the city at the time. However, financial difficulties within the development team and an unexpected market saturation of condominiums forced the Financial District project into foreclosure.
The following photos are from YIMBY’s tour of the property in early 2019. The upper floors offer panoramic views of the city, including close-up views of the World Trade Center to the north.click here To view the full set of photos.
It’s unclear when 125 Greenwich Street will reopen.
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