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Rafael Viñoly's 125 Greenwich Street begins its ascent

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The 88-story condo building will eventually soar to 912 feet

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Just a week after sales got underway at the Rafael Viñoly-designed Financial District skyscraper at 125 Greenwich Street, we now have our first look at the construction site. It’s been a bumpy few years for this condo building, but now that the structure is finally a couple of stories above ground, it looks like the project is well on its way.

Developed by Bizzi & Partners and the Vector Group, the building will eventually stand 88 stories tall and have 273 apartments. Prices on currently available units range from $1.27 million for a 418-square-foot studio and go up to $6 million for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo measuring 1,665 square feet, according to StreetEasy.

While the project has been shrouded in mystery for quite some time now, the developers finally offered a host of details along with the sales launch last week. Most notable among those details is the fact that the building’s amenities will take up the top three floors of this 912-foot tower.

Construction is scheduled to wrap in less than two years, and the first set of residents are expected to start moving in in September 2019.

You can see the construction site just peeking above ground in the distance.

125 Greenwich St

125 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, NY 10013