The Bryant is the first ever residential condominium built on Bryant Park and the first ground-up residential tower in the United States designed by internationally celebrated architect David Chipperfield.
Located at 16 West 40th Street, 32-story building will include 57 residences — from luxurious one-bedrooms to duplex penthouses —, a 5-star hotel, restaurant and bar, as well as residential condominiums.
The building will overlook the New York City Public Library, Bryant Park, 42nd Street, and will be just steps from Madison Avenue, 5th Avenue and Times Square.
As the final residential tower site on Bryant Park, this new landmark is a rare opportunity to live on one of the city’s most celebrated and carefully restored green spaces.
Situated in the heart of the city and at the center of it all, The Bryant is one of the most exciting urban residential architectural accomplishments in recent history.