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125 Greenwich

125 Greenwich

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125 Greenwhich

125 Greenwich Street is a new residential skyscraper designed by world-renowned architect, Rafael Viñoly. This condominium offering includes 273 residences ranging from studios to three-bedroom and penthouse residences, featuring one-of-a-kind interiors by March & White. The crowning triplex of amenities – located on the top three floors, 912’ into the sky – spans dining, entertainment, fitness, pool and spa, each with sweeping views of the New Downtown below. Enjoy the view.

273 units | 88 stories | Built in 2017

  • Doorman
  • Elevator
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bike Room
  • Concierge
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Live-in Super
  • Media Room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Storage Available

Financial District

Occupying the southern tip of the island of Manhattan roughly below City Park Hall, this area is the financial heart of New York City and, arguably, the world. It boasts several beautiful buildings and historical sites such as the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street, Trinity Church, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Old Custom’s House, and many others. The area is historically non-residential, with only about 30,000 permanent residents; a population that explodes to 300,000 during the work day. Drawn by the unparalleled convenience, though, for those who work downtown, the Financial District has become more residential and some of the area’s hi-rises have been converted from office into residential space. As a result, many businesses have emerged to service the community, so that today there are many more drug stores, restaurants, dry cleaners, and delis than there used to be. For more sophisticated shopping and entertainment, you can go to the South Street Seaport, which is within walking distance from the Financial District and offers breathtaking views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Currently, the areas close to or especially facing Ground Zero are relatively inexpensive, but can be expected to rise in value once the area is rebuilt.

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