Fisher Brothers has posted some renderings of the Rafael Vinoly-designed 22 Thames, and the rental tower is certainly living up to its promise of being tall, thin, glassy, and nondescript, not entirely unlike Vinoly's other big project, 432 Park. It also, according to NY YIMBY, could become the tallest residential building in Lower Manhattan if it exceeds 937 feet, passing the Four Seasons Hotel & Residences at 30 Park Place. A disapproved DOB permit has the height at 841 feet with 70 stories and 439 units (20 percent of which will be affordable). Amenities will include a fitness room, club room, library, conference room, yoga room, deck, squash court, screening room, and pool. The building is expected to be completed in spring of 2017.