A Downtown Skyscraper
With Yachtlike Interiors
The New York Times
Sept. 14, 2017
At 125 Greenwich Street, a new skyscraper rising in Manhattan’s Financial District, Bizzi & Partners Development is turning the typical condominium model on its head.
The amenity spaces, often placed on a building’s lower levels, are instead at the very top of the 912-foot-tall structure, on floors 86 through 88. And while developers tend to put larger apartments on higher floors, this building reserves room for studios on upper levels. In fact, there are no studio apartments below the 61st floor. Rather than impressing with wide-open spaces, many of the apartments are on the smaller side, starting at just 418 square feet.
125 Greenwich Street: An Exclusive Look At Rafael Viñoly's Latest New York Skyscraper
September 29, 2017
Plans have been unveiled for 125 Greenwich Street, an 88-story residential skyscraper that will rise above New York’s Financial District. The tower is being designed by Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly, while British design studio March & White is developing the building’s luxury interiors. The project will be Viñoly’s second Manhattan skyscraper, having already completed 432 Park Avenue. Rising to a total height of 912 feet (278 meters), 125 Greenwich Street will contain 273 units ranging from studios to three-bedroom condominium residences. Offering sweeping city views, the building’s top three floors will be dedicated to lifestyle and wellness amenities. Facilities include a 50′ (15m) lap pool, a spa with a sauna and steam room, and a fitness center with a private training room and yoga studio. Dining areas, as well as an events space and screening room, are also included.
Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Street Finally Hits The Market
September 29, 2017
It’s been a long time coming, but the day is finally here: Rafael Viñoly’s Financial District skyscraper at 125 Greenwich Street has finally hit the market. The sales launch comes along with a deluge of new information about the building—including interior renderings, floorplans, finishes, and pricing—much of which has been kept under wraps as the highly secretive project by Bizzi & Partners has plodded forward.
A New York Times visit earlier this month to the building’s sales gallery, on the showy 84th floor of One World Trade Center, illuminated new details about 125 Greenwich’s layout. Unlike the slew of other new pricey condo buildings that have come online in the past few years, 125 Greenwich Street will turn the model of larger, pricier condos at the top of the building on its head.
New Renderings Revealed For Rafael Viñoly’s Latest Manhattan Cloudbuster
The Architect's Newspaper
September 29, 2017
It didn’t take long, but Rafael Viñoly has a new Manhattan tower.
125 Greenwich Street isn’t as tall as 432 Park Avenue, a sleek supertall that looms over its neighborhood like the first kid in the class to hit puberty. But Viñoly’s FiDi skyscraper is still plenty stringy: Rising 88 stories, the 912-foot-tall glass-shrouded tower just south of the World Trade Center will house luxury condos with interiors by March & White, a British firm that built its reputation designing superyachts.
Design Duo March & White Discuss Their First Residential Project in Manhattan
September 30, 2017
London-based architecture and design firm March & White (founded by Elliot March and James White) started out designing superyacht interiors, followed by private members-only establishments such as the Devonshire Club in London. The dynamic design duo is now working on their first large-scale residential project in the United States: 125 Greenwich, an 88-story, 912-foot-tall condominium skyscraper in downtown Manhattan.
Architecture for the 273-unit building was designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, with interiors by March & White. The underlying theme for all their projects, the pair says, is elegance with an edge—a goal they achieved by mixing timeless elements like Calacatta Covelano marble with striking modern touches like metal trims and frameless glass showers.
Another Soaring Starchitect Tower Ascends Over Revitalized Downtown Manhattan
September 30, 2017
Architect Rafael Viñoly is waving his wand all over the Manhattan, dotting the skyline with shadow-casting skyscrapers at 432 Park Avenue in Midtown, Three Waterline Square on the west side, and the newly unveiled 125 Greenwich, an 88-story residential tower from Bizzi & Partners Development. The soaring new 912-foot-tall building (just one block from David Childs’ One World Trade and the Santiago Calatrava-designed Oculus) is the latest starchitect-designed building luring residents back to the downtown, post 9/11.
Rafael Viñoly's 125 Greenwich Street Skyscraper To Rise In Downtown Manhattan
October 2, 2017
New details and interior renderings of Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly's latest residential skyscraper for New York City have been released.
The tower under construction at 125 Greenwich Street will become the architect's second in Manhattan, after the supertall 432 Park Avenue.
Located just south of the World Trade Center development, it will climb to 912 feet (278 metres) among the cluster of tall buildings in Downtown Manhattan's Financial District.
Rafael Viñoly Architects designed the building around a pair of concrete structural supports, which will extend all the way up its centre and be articulated on its exterior. Fully glazed apartments benefitting from column-free floor plates will then project from either side.
Sales Launched At Rafael Viñoly’s New Manhattan Tower
October 2, 2017
Rafael Viñoly has designs on downtown Manhattan.
Sales launched late last week at the architect’s 88-story, 912-foot-tall luxury building at 125 Greenwich Street in the Financial District.
Developed by Bizzi & Partners and with interiors by March & White, sales at the condominium began Thursday.
The Best Buildings in New York City Right Now
New York Post
October 19, 2017
The long-secretive Rafael Viñoly-designed tower in the Financial District recently launched sales.
Pricing starts at $1.27 million for a studio; the upper end of asking prices hasn’t yet been revealed. The 273-unit tower comes interior-designed by British duo March & White.
The homes have floor-to-ceiling glass and Miele kitchen appliances. The 88-story building’s top three floors house amenities, including a 50-foot lap pool, and a private dining and event space.
First Look at Manhattan’s New 88-Story Luxury Skyscraper 125 Greenwich Street
December 20, 2017
Real estate firm Bizzi & Partners Development have recently unveiled the amenities at downtown Manhattan’s new 88-story, 912-foot-tall luxury condominium skyscraper, 125 Greenwich Street. Design details come courtesy of world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, designer of 432 Park Avenue, while the building’s interiors were then designed by March & White, as 125 Greenwich Street accounts for the firm’s first large-scale residential development in the U.S.
Bi-Coastal Design Duo on Why London, New York and Los Angeles Are Safe Bets
January 29, 2018
Architects and designers Elliot March and James White established their design house March & White in London in 2010, beginning with the interiors of luxury yachts.
They later expanded into designing some of London’s elite private clubs, including The Arts Club and Devonshire Club, and have marked their first foray into New York real estate with 125 Greenwich Street, a building by Rafael Viñoly. The duo designed the building’s interiors, including the amenities space on the top three floors.
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Rising 278m into the New York skyline, this 88-story architectural wonder by the highly celebrated Rafael Viñoly comes with a host of amenities, including a private lap pool, spa and sauna facilities, a state-of-the-art fitness cener and a luxurious screening room.
The Slender Skyscrapers Changing New York's Skyline
February 13, 2018
The Empire State Building, the Art Deco Chrysler Building, the super-tall One World Trade Center. New York City is home to some of the world's most iconic skyscrapers.
125 Greenwich Street, designed by award-winning architect Rafael Viñoly: the structure is supported by two beams that act as the framework of the building, resulting in minimal use of columns and more space in the interiors.
Skyscrapers Face The Apocalypse
The Wall Street Journal
February 15, 2018
With skyscrapers sprouting up around the world, demand for structural testing is strong. Big-name architects are increasingly designing towers with quirky shapes, and developers must go to greater lengths to ensure that the unusual curves and crannies can withstand even the harshest conditions.
National Certified Testing Laboratories, based in York, Pa., tested a mock-up of an 88-story luxury condo tower scheduled for completion next year in downtown Manhattan. The building, called 125 Greenwich Street, was designed by Rafael Viñoly and features rounded corners.
Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Shows Off Its Sales Gallery
March 1, 2018
The 125 Greenwich Street sales office is located on the 84th floor of One World Trade Center, and looks out on to the construction site. The developers, Bizzi & Partners Development, have built out three residences—two one-bedrooms, and one studio—that are reflective of the palettes future residents can choose from. Interior design firm March & White have labeled these finishes Aqua, Terra, and Stratus as a nod to the Hudson River, the Downtown area, and the sky.