Lower Manhattan's forthcoming tallest residential skyscraper is perpetually shrouded in mystery, but one thing we do know: it's recently gotten a cash infusion. Per a report in the New York Post, the development at 125 Greenwich Street—a project by Michael Shvo, Bizzi + Partners Development, and New Valley—has received an additional $175 million in funding from Chinese investors, thanks to the EB-5 program. The Post also reported that the building, which will rise at least 990 feet, will also have a spire of a height that has yet to be determined.
A new rendering of the building shows off Rafael Viñoly's design, which features curved glass windows around a column, with cuts within the exterior at various points. It looks similar to the renderings that circulated last summer, but this is the first up-close look we've gotten thus far.
According to a spokesperson, sales for the building's 275 units will launch sometime this fall; the New York Post reports that the sales office for the development will be located on the 84th floor of neighboring One World Trade Center, which seems apropos.