A residential tower planned for lower Manhattan will soar 1,356 feet in the air -- just 12 feet shy of 1 World Trade Center.
When built, 125 Greenwich St. will become lower Manhattan's second tallest building and tallest residential building.
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The project, formerly known as 22 Thames, was purchased byMichael Shvo and Bizzi & Partners for $185 million in a deal that closed last week, according to the Real Deal.
Renderings show the 77 story building will be thin, with high ceilings and an estimated 128 units.