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Rafael Viñoly’s 125 Greenwich Street is more than halfway to the top

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The building will eventually rise to 912 feet and bring 273 condos to the Financial District

The Rafael Viñoly Architects-designed condo at 125 Greenwich Street is now more than halfway to the top, new construction site photos by Field Condition reveal. The photographer toured the Financial District construction site recently and learned that the superstructure is over the halfway mark on its way to 912 feet, and that about a third of the building is now clad in its glass facade.

We last checked in with the construction site in October 2017—at that time, the 88-story building was just about getting off the ground. Construction has been moving forward swiftly since sales on the building finally launched in September last year, with apartments asking from $1.275 million. In all, the building will have 273 apartments that will come in studios through three-bedroom variants.

Earlier this year, developer Bizzi & Partners Development unveiled the sales gallery for the condo building, which is located on the 84th floor of the World Trade Center. At the time of the sales gallery unveiling in March, the building had reached the 21st floor, and now it stands a couple of dozen floors taller. Construction on the building is set to wrap in the fall of 2019.

125 Greenwich St

125 Greenwich Street, Manhattan, NY 10013