The Bryant concrete skyscraper by David Chipperfield completes in New York
British architect David Chipperfield's latest New York project is The Bryant, a 32-storey mixed-use concrete skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan.
Standard Arts adorns residence in David Chipperfield’s The Bryant tower in Manhattan
International firm Standard Arts has turned one of the luxury Midtown condominiums for sale at The Bryant into a colorful aesthetic oasis. As Dezeen reports, the interior architecture company filled the model home with furnishings and accessories by Brooklyn-based design studio Objects of Common Interest, creating a hip artist’s pad complete with unique items like the foam-filled Tube Chair and pieces by renowned New York-based artists. The Bryant, which was developed by HFZ Capital and designed by David Chipperfield, rises 34 stories above Bryant Park and is home to retail space, a 226-room hotel, and 57 luxury condos with intimate views of the iconic park.
Makers Market at Bryant Park
Living at The Bryant means easy access to Bryant Park, where events like Makers Market bring the city’s finest craftspeople to the iconic park. Check out unique wearable terrarium jewelry from With Roots or collage art by Black Lamb BK before retreating to your Fifth Avenue condo for a relaxing evening. These David Chipperfield-designed homes are replete with luxurious touches like oak herringbone floors, custom millwork as part of the sleek built-in storage, and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on Bryant Park and Midtown Manhattan. Residents also enjoy access to a suite of luxury amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, complete with sauna, and the 6th-floor Club Living Room Lounge.
Radnor pops up at David Chipperfield Architects’ The Bryant for an apartment makeover
Furniture brand Radnor is taking over a two-bedroom Midtown condo at The Bryant and giving it a full makeover as part of New York Design Month. This pop-up in the David Chipperfield Architects-designed building on Bryant Park coincides with the launch of the Radnor Made collection. The furniture and artwork that Radnor brings in will feature the same natural materials and warm tones as the residence itself, highlight some of the two-bedroom home’s subtle accents like the herringbone wood flooring and honed terrazzo borders. Best of all, the installation is completely functional, giving visitors a sense of what the home might look like with a particularly tasteful resident.
5 Fireplaces That Will Keep You Warm All Winter Long
A beautiful Red Jasper fireplace forms the centerpiece of the new David Chipperfield-designed penthouse at The Bryant. The fireplace, which spans two levels, makes a powerful statement by standing in stark relief to the rest of this Midtown condo’s subtle interiors, which features an open layout where the kitchen and living room are elegantly divided by the feature fireplace. The penthouse spans 5,400 square feet, including the double-height loggia and private rooftop terrace that offers residents magnificent southern views of the city skyline and Empire State Building.
Bryant Park: A Growing Neighborhood in Central Manhattan
On November 8th, The New York Times delved into Bryant Park's appeal in today's real estate market, illuminating its attractive and varied architectural palette, green spaces, fabulous culinary scene, and incredibly convenient location. The neighborhood is increasingly attractive to buyers who seek a classic Manhattan residential experience with the convenience of a Midtown location. As new residents flock to Bryant Park, construction is continuing apace at The Bryant, the new luxury condo tower from HFZ Capital. These terrazzo-clad Midtown condos are designed by David Chipperfield Architects, a firm known worldwide for its precise, modern style. The resulting residences at The Bryant feature high ceilings and corner windows that shed ample natural light on details like the herringbone oak flooring and custom millwork. When complete, The Bryant will be home to 57 luxury homes whose residents will have access to the building’s amenities as well as the bevy of restaurants and cultural attractions that make Bryant Park one of Manhattan’s most exciting neighborhoods.
Tour This $16.3 Million David Chipperfield-Designed Penthouse With Views of the Empire State Building
There could be no better architect to design the only new development on Manhattan’s famous Bryant Park than David Chipperfield. The award-winning Englishman has crafted a 33-story Midtown condo building that is both modern and traditional, in honor of the historic space it occupies: with views of Bryant Park and the Empire State Building, The Bryant employs terrazzo columns and concrete elements to connect with its urban surroundings. The building’s crowning jewels are its triplex penthouses; their setback façades flow into outdoor areas that, in turn, seem to flow into the breathtaking Manhattan skyline.
Produce Butchers, Detroit Pizza and More at New Whole Foods
By including carts and stands featuring food by local chefs, the newly opened Whole Foods Market near Bryant Park brings a touch of the artisanal to the cultural hotbed. Like New York itself, the foods on offer here come from around the globe: Detroit-style square pizza will slide out of a stone oven beside perfectly sliced sushi and alongside big-name vendors like Loi Estiatorio and Seed & Mill. With the addition of this high-end grocery store to the neighborhood, the Bryant Park condos for sale at The Bryant truly have everything anyone could need within easy walking distance of Fifth Avenue.
’The Bryant’ Tops Out and is 40% Sold; Remaining Condominiums Priced from $2.75M
Luxury tower The Bryant has recently topped out at 34 stories and will welcome its first residents later this year. The building soon will be home to 57 NYC condos for sale — the first to be built on Bryant Park — starting on the 16th floor, with a boutique hotel below. Inside each home, residents can enjoy floor-to-ceiling sliding windows, oak herringbone-patterned floors with radiant heating and terrazzo edging, kitchen counters and backsplashes hewn from Calacatta gold marble, Elkay stainless sinks, Gaggenau appliances, bespoke white lacquer millwork for storage, Dornbracht fixtures, Statuarietto walls and counters, rainfall showers, and Juliet balconies overlooking Bryant Park. The building’s pair of triplex penthouses will feature private elevators, fireplaces, 400-square-foot loggias, and private rooftop decks. In addition to a menu of a la carte hotel services, residents can also enjoy amenities like the doorman-attended lobby, porter service, fitness center, club lounge, private lobby lounge, dining room, conference room, private storage, and a terrace.
David Chipperfield’s first NYC condo, The Bryant, tops out
The David Chipperfield-designed luxury tower The Bryant has topped out at 34 stories. Developed by the HFZ Capital Group, it marks the British architect’s first residential project in New York City, and it will ultimately provide 57 Midtown condos ranging in size from one to four bedrooms upon completion in 2017. Gridded in glass and terrazzo, the tower, which sits at the southeast corner of Bryant Park, will also house a boutique hotel on its lower 15 floors. “It doesn’t shout out like a lot of the glass towers in the city,” says HFZ founder Ziel Feldman of the building’s design. “But we’ve created a symmetry and a marriage that will create an oasis in Midtown.”
Rising high: starchitect-designed residential towers
David Chipperfield Architects and HFZ Capital Group are working together to develop a new luxury building overlooking Bryant Park. Dubbed “The Bryant,” the terrazzo-clad tower will house 57 Midtown condos, as well as a hotel that will occupy the lower floors.
Scoping Out The Views From The Bryant, 33-Story Hotel And Condominium Tower At 16 West 40th Street, Midtown
The HFZ Capital Group-developed luxury tower The Bryant recently topped out at 34 stories from its Bryant Park-adjacent perch. Starting on the building’s 16th floor, the David Chipperfield Architects-designed tower will house 57 Midtown condos, ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, in addition to triplex penthouses. A boutique hotel will occupy the building’s lower floors. Amenities include a sixth-floor lounge designed by Stonehill & Taylor, a ground floor restaurant, and views of New York icons like the MetLife building, Empire State Building, One World Trade, and the Statue of Liberty.
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