NEW YORK | 125 Greenwich St | 912 FT | 72 FLOORS

“The 1,396-foot-tall, 88-story skyscraper, designed by Rafael Viñoly, topped out in March.”

That is some very old info they are going with! Lol.

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TBH, had they kept it at that height it would be drawing more interest and positive attention.

Maybe they would have better sales.

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JC is referring to how Real Deal mixed this up with vinoly’s other project 432 Park Ave. I saw it but I’m so used to low standards in journalism that I didn’t bother to mention it.

This one was slated for 1200+ feet at one point but never the height of 432 park ave

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It was supposed to be 1,450-ish! But was massively reduced

It was originally 1400+ feet, then chopped to 1200, then they had some difficulties, and it looked like it would never rise, but they dropped it to 900 and got it going.

edit- 1356 ft, see 3rd post in this thread.

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I stand corrected. This one would have looked like 111 w 57th if had ended up that tall.

I’m surprised anyone’s trying to foreclose this close to completion. Money is sure to be flowing in with closings soon - or is that the point?

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Yes I think that’s the point. No one is buying.

From yesterday

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Via cams today.

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So is Silverstein not taking it? I’d assume they’d be lazy and just call it 5 World Trade Center if they owned it

There are already requests for proposals for 5 WTC. They would’ve renamed it 6 WTC lol. It fits in so well and looks like such a high end product I’m surprised Larry didn’t jump on this.

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Post changed due to someone sensitive

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I love how the view from the sales center is literally hundreds of feet above the top of the building

Maybe explains why they are possibly getting foreclosed

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No doubt that’s part of the mix.

It looks like the BMU track passes through a hole in the core. That seems unique.

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Pic by me. Taken today.

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Credit:FC

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