Michael Shvo's ginormous Financial District condo tower at the corner of Greenwich and Thames streets is on the rise, but its design is still largely a mystery. 6sqft went mining for renderings on 125 Greenwich Street's EB-5 profile pagewhere foreigners can get information about investing in the project in exchange for green cardsand came back with a new look at the forthcoming 1,100-foot tower. According to DOB filings, the project is designed by 432 Park Avenue architect Rafael Viñoly, which makes sense looking at the new rendering. Like 432 Park, 125 Greenwich Street looks like a long, tall rectangle; but unlike 432 Park, 125 Greenwich appears to have several floors dedicated to terrace space and (probably) isn't inspired by a trashcan.
When complete, 125 Greenwich Street will be the tallest residential building south of 57th Street (that is, until that title's usurped by the next big thing.)
· New Renderings of Vinoly's 125 Greenwich Street, Downtown's Future Tallest Residential Skyscraper [6sqft]
· Shvo's Huge Downtown Tower Still Going To Be a Rectangle [Curbed]
· Michael Shvo's Enormous FiDi Tower Is Beginning To Rise [Curbed]
· All 125 Greenwich Street coverage [Curbed]