125 Greenwich Street

125 Greenwich Street

125 Greenwich Street is a luxury high-rise in Manhattan’s Financial District. It is two blocks south of the World Trade Center, and was originally envisioned at Lower Manhattan’s response to the luxury high-rises along Midtown’s Billionaire’s Row. The building was designed by architect Rafael Viñoly.

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Who built 125 Greenwich Street?
125 Greenwich’s site, then called 22 Thames Street, was purchased and the old building demolished by the Witkoff Group and Fisher Brothers. In 2014 it was purchased by Michael Shvo, who partnered with Bizzi & Partners, Douglas Elliman, and an array of lenders. Shvo yielded a significant portion of his shares following a tax evasion case. in Intended to top out in August 2018, the building saw delays due to internal legal battles and difficulties with financing.
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July 29, 2019United Overseas Bank sold the loan on the condo project 125 Greenwich instead of moving forward with a foreclosure.
July 2, 2019United Overseas Bank, a Singapore-based lender, says that it is owed $187 million it advanced to the developers of 125 Greenwich.

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Florida developer takes over defaulted debt on 125 Greenwich

A senior lender who moved to foreclose on 125 Greenwich, the under-construction residential tower in the Financial District, has...

From left: Davide Bizzi, Howard Lorber and 125 Greenwich

Senior lender files to foreclose on 125 Greenwich

UPDATED 2:15 p.m., July 2: A senior lender at 125 Greenwich Street, the troubled residential condominium supertall in the...

125 Greenwich Street and Nick Mastroianni (Credit: iStock)

Nick Mastroianni’s EB-5 firm signals intent to foreclose on 125 Greenwich

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PHOTOS: 125 Greenwich’s yacht-inspired interior design

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125 Greenwich: Against the odds

In May 2014, a super-skinny, supertall tower was rising above the ground at 432 Park Avenue. The Rafael Viñoly-designed building — deemed an eyesore by some and a masterpiece by others — ultimately topped...

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125 Greenwich supertall closes on $473M debt package

After marathon negotiations that began more than two years ago, the developers of the supertall condominium at 125 Greenwich...

Meet Michael Shvo’s Turkish business partner, Serdar Bilgili

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Architecture review: 125 Greenwich is original, but not radical

Rising two blocks south of the World Trade Center site, Rafael Viñoly’s latest building, 125 Greenwich Street, was supposed...

Sales launch at Rafael Viñoly-designed
125 Greenwich

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

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