Sales launch at Rafael Viñoly-designed 125 Greenwich

Prices range at the FiDi condo tower from $1.3M to $6M

Renderings of 125 Greenwich Street (Credit: MARCH via Curbed)
Renderings of 125 Greenwich Street (Credit: MARCH via Curbed)

Sales have launched at the long-delayed Rafael Viñoly-designed condominium tower at 125 Greenwich Street, with prices ranging from $1.3 million to $6 million.

The tower, which is being developed by Bizzi & Partners and New Valley, has 275 units and a projected sellout of $875 million. The building’s website so far lists 16 apartments as available and shows new renderings — both interior and exterior — of the tower, Curbed said.

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In July, The Real Deal reported that the developers were finalizing a $450 million financing package from Singapore-based United Overseas Bank, Bank of China and two other banks.

The project has faced several delays over the years, including the tax-evasion related indictment of one of its partners, Michael Shvo. Sources have told TRD that Shvo’s role in the project has been minimized. [Curbed] — Kathryn Brenzel