New York is a sprawling, diverse metropolis, a place of infinite possibilities. Situated on Manhattan’s lower tip—at the lively intersection of business and leisure—125 Greenwich Street is the perfect home base from which to enjoy the city’s spoils. In the last half-decade, the former finance neighborhood has transformed—it’s now a buzzing, diverse enclave open well beyond office hours.
Weekends in the New Downtown have a unique energy: dotted with community festivals and produce-filled farmers markets, whilst countless new buildings, public spaces and a fast-growing residential population bring a vibrant vibe to the area.
On the corner of Greenwich street and Thames street, in the thriving new downtown of New York city. with one world trade center to the immediate north, and the Hudson river to the near west, 125 Greenwich offers both natural and modern beauty in its surroundings.
With a flourishing fine dining scene, boutique shopping, historic architecture and expanses of green at your doorstep, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a reason to leave the area—but if you do, you’ll get there fast. The address is well connected by subway, PATH and ferry to, well, almost anywhere you please.
Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, 125 Greenwich Street offers continuous, full-height, floor-to-ceiling curtain walls provide maximum visibility and clarity. Rafael Viñoly Architects are responsible for some of the most beloved civic and cultural buildings around the world, including award-winning museums, performing arts centers, convention centers, arenas, hotels and residential complexes as well as large urban commercial and institutional master plans.
The entrance lobby is unforgettable: a lofty, triple-height ceiling space with a dazzling, bespoke chandelier. Walk across the white-grey swirl of Arabescato Carrara floors to the concierge — attended around the clock by a luxury service — who’ll arrange everything from mail delivery to event planning, or recline in the library and lounge area, complete with a blazing fireplace.
March & White have envisioned each residence, masterfully amplifying space, light and other iconic building’s architecture, with finishes offered in three distinct palettes. 125 Greenwich Street is an exercise in detailed perfection. March & White drew on their work with superyachts, places where high-end detailing and precise efficiency are critical. The apartments are multi-adaptable, functioning differently depending on the time of day and use. For instance, the kitchen can completely disguise itself. When this happens, it has the presence of a piece of sublime sculptural art.
Details matter, especially in architecture. At every turn in 125 Greenwich Street, interior design virtuosos March & White have taken great care to select refined, enduring materials and finishes. Each residence is awash with a custom-designed palette to reflect your taste: Aqua, Terra or Stratus.
Their subtle, complementary hues are borrowed directly from the elements, be it the cool water plane of the Hudson, the New Downtown’s rich urbanity or the endless New York sky, with its smattering of cotton ball clouds. Custom kitchens and baths are replete with bespoke surfaces and fittings carefully selected for each palette, along with expanses of Calacatta Covelano marble, stone and polished nickel.
125 Greenwich Street offers an exclusive chance to see the city from a new perspective: your private sanctuary in the sky. On the top three floors is The 88, a first of its kind, 15,000-square-feet amenities space for residents, and a tranquil counterpoint to the hustle below.
There, you can endlessly explore a suite of lifestyle experiences, each catering to your life at all hours. Swim daily—or nightly—laps in an infinity pool, train in the fully-equipped fitness center and yoga studio, entertain guests in the private dining room and soak up those captivating views—extending beyond the city limits—at every turn.