Manhattan, NY In the Financial district, 125 Greenwich, a new skyline addition is swiftly rising, according to U.S. Immigration Fund. Another milestone has been reached, as 125 Greenwich topped out at 88 stories and 912 ft. The topping off ceremony was hosted by Bizzi & Partners and Douglas Elliman.
As of now, the building holds the title as the 16th tallest skyscraper under construction in NYC. The project is being designed by Rafael Vinoly and developed by Bizzi & Partners and Vector Group, while Douglas Elliman is marketing sales for the 273 residential units. Interior design firm March & White will lead the interior design on the project.
The top portion of the building contains the amenity suites (usually slated for lower-levels), allowing residents to take advantage of views of the Hudson River, World Trade Center and Lower Manhattan alongside a fitness center and yoga studio, infinity pool, and private dining room. The swimming pool faces West, with full-view sunsets and views of the World Trade Center, while the fitness center faces East towards Brooklyn and the sunrise – giving residents a unique 360-degree view.
“This is another significant accomplishment for U.S. Immigration Fund and our EB-5 investors, as we continue to fulfill EB-5 project requirements and add to our record of success in Manhattan, and within the EB-5 industry,” said Nicholas Mastroianni III, president of U.S. Immigration Fund.
With sales underway, buyers can expect a move-in date around Q2 FY 2020.
U.S. Immigration Fund (USIF) is one of America’s leading EB-5 Regional Center operators with world-renowned investment opportunities from New York City to California and 6,000 clients from across the globe. With approved Regional Centers located in the world’s most thriving metropolitans, USIF provides worthwhile opportunities for foreign investors and their families to obtain permanent U.S. residency through the EB-5 Program. These initiatives enjoy full government support as they stimulate the economy, generate at least ten jobs per investment, and promote community development while providing access to green cards for foreign investors and their families.