Premium skyscraper residence to grace Manhattan's Financial District

Overseas Property | 9 Nov 2018

In Manhattan's bustling Financial District (FiDi), merely 5 minutes of walking distance from One World Trade Center, an upcoming elegant residential tower is being brought to life by esteemed global real estate firm - Bizzi & Partners Development. Reaching 88 storeys in height, 125 Greenwich will provide 273 chic units with impeccable facilities and connectivity.

Presented by Bizzi & Partners Development

As the developer of countless premier commercial and residential buildings across Europe and the Americas, Bizzi & Partners Development is no stranger to New York. With an office in this affluent city, its high-end projects scatter across multiple districts and boast unique characters. While the most notable offerings such as the 400 Fifth Avenue and the Leonard are located in Manhattan's Midtown and TriBeCa area respectively, the 565 Broome SoHo currently under construction is situated in the lively SoHo district.

The Wall Street Living

Well-known for sourcing prime land for their projects, this time, Bizzi & Partners Development has located a golden area in Manhattan's Financial District for 125 Greenwich. As a Central Business District goes, this business-savvy part of Manhattan is the equivalent of Central in Hong Kong, both highly-regarded with untouchable status.

The nearby subway station is only one minute's walk away from the premises, and One World Trade Center - the tallest building in the US, is only 5 minutes away. Within 10 minutes of walking distance, residents could reach numerous landmarks such as the New York Stock Exchange, the Federal Hall, Federal Reserve of New York, Goldman Sachs Headquarters on 200 West Street, and the iconic Wall Street sculpture - the Charging Bull.

The opulent quarter is not lacking in its shopping and recreational department. Opened in 2016, the Oculus shopping mall in Westfield World Trade Center features over 100 retail stores and dining options. Meanwhile, the Brookfield Place boasts a constellation of luxury brands, including Blueberry, DVF, Gucci, Hermes Saks Fifth Avenue, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Tory Burch. A 44,000-sq. ft. Whole Foods supermarket is also coming to Wall Street soon, providing top-quality merchandise for residents.

To embrace nature, North Cove Marina only 5 minutes away is a hotspot for yachting enthusiasts. The Battery Park littered with greenery is also within walking distance.

A gorgeous design fronting a charming city

125 Greenwich's sleek and sinuous exterior with unspoken emphasis on curvature is uniquely designed by the world-renowned architect - Rafael Vinoly. His eminent firm's past portfolio ranges from 423 Park Avenue - the tallest residential building in the world - to Tokyo International Forum building in Japan.

All units will be fully fitted and fully furnished at the time of delivery, and the interior is designed with understatedly rich tones, highlighting a series of matt bronze textures and elegant marbles.

Benefitting from the location, the apartments overlook a stunning cityscape and have views to One World Trade Center nearby through the seamless full-height windows. The 3 highest floors which boast breathtaking views are open to all residents, providing approximately 15,000 sq. ft. of amenities including a sky pool, spa and sauna, private theater room, private dining room, and gym and yoga studio.

A golden opportunity

From 2008 to 2017, Manhattan's average property price has increased by approximately 70% according to Douglas Elliman Report, and UBS Global Real Estate Bubble Index indicates that New York performs better than San Francisco and Los Angeles in this regard. The city's vacancy rate is a lowly 1.58% and properties are sold within an average of 100 days, indicating plenty of room for appreciation.

With the US economy and its currency going strong, Manhattan's property market is poised for growth. For more expert analyses on Manhattan real estate, visit the 'Manhattan Property Investment Seminar' this Saturday and Sunday at the Park Lane Hotel.

125 Greenwich

Height 88-storey

Number of units 273

Unit types Studios to three-bedroom and penthouse residences

Expected completion date Q4 2019 - Q1 2020

Tenure Freehold for locals & foreigners

Address 125 Greenwich Street, FiDi

Price Starting from $1.2M USD

(~$2,800/sq.ft.)

Manhattan Property Investment Seminar

Dates Nov 10-11, 2018 (Sat & Sun)

Session 1 12:30-2pm (Eng)

Session 2 2-4pm (Canto)

Venue The Park Lane Hong Kong 27/F, 310 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Admission Free

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