The mystery that is Michael Shvo's enormous tower at 125 Greenwich Street is getting a little less mysterious (maybe): The Real Deal reports that that condo building will have 275 units, an increase from previous reports, and plans filed with the Attorney General's office show other changes, too.
According to those plans, the building will have 275 units over 91 stories—an increase from the 128 units that earlier renderings had suggested the tower would have. The final height is still up in the air, but DOB filings are still showing that it would stand around 875 feet tall, which puts it well below supertall status. And per TRD, the apartments will range in size from a 403-square-foot studio to a 3,625-square-foot three-bedroom, along with four units occupying the top two floors.
The AG's office also has a few floorplans on file, which don't seem to match the current design for the building (pictured above); still, they give an idea of how space may be used in these condos (and given how little is known about the final tower, perhaps these reflect a new design?).
Rafael Viñoly of 432 Park fame is the architect for the project, which has already broken ground.
· Shvo and Bizzi's 125 Greenwich to house 275 condos [TRD]
· Is This What Michael Shvo's FiDi Supertall Will Look Like? [Curbed]
· Michael Shvo's Enormous FiDi Tower Is Beginning To Rise [Curbed]
· All 125 Greenwich Street coverage [Curbed]