Overview

A unique opportunity to live on Bryant Park

Midtown Condominium

THE BRYANT BY DAVID CHIPPERFIELD

 

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. 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.

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NEW YORK AT A GLANCE

The Bryant’s central location and lofty vantage point offer stellar views of the world’s most famous skyline.

Amenities

The comprehensive amenity suite at The Bryant is one of purposeful simplicity, offering residents beautiful spaces to arrive, relax, and entertain.

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Exclusive Amenities

A marvelously clad marble lobby offers a serene 24-hour attended entrance to the residences while an adjacent lobby lounge provides a convenient respite. For entertainment, the sixth floor holds the Club Living Room Lounge, a soaring double-height space with fireplace, conference and dining rooms, full bar, and adjacent terrace overlooking Bryant Park. Situated atop a boutique hotel, residents of The Bryant will enjoy an impeccable suite of services. These a la carte conveniences include housekeeping, dry-cleaning/laundry, in-residence dining and catering, porter service, and priority access to the hotel’s restaurant.

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News & Press

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.

 

NY Times

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.

Architectural Digest

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.

NYTimes.com

’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.

City Realty

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.”

Curbed

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.

The Telegraph

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.

New York YIMBY

Towering over 2017

Edging ever closer to completion, architect David Chipperfield’s Midtown condos for sale at The Bryant have recently reached their full height of 34 stories. The luxury tower, which marks Chipperfield’s first residential building in New York, sits on Bryant Park’s southeast corner and will house 57 luxury homes and a boutique hotel.

The Real Deal

David Chipperfield’s The Bryant Nearing Completion in Midtown Manhattan

HFZ Capital Group has teamed up with RIBA Stirling Prize-winning architect David Chipperfield to create The Bryant, a residential tower taking shape over Bryant Park. The 57 luxury Midtown condos should be complete by the end of the year, with finishing touches currently underway on the building’s exterior. In addition to one of the city’s most enviable addresses, residents can enjoy a wide variety of amenities, including a terrace with views of the park, a private lounge, and access to hotel services.

Skyrise Cities

50 starchitect-led projects that will transform NYC’s skyline

David Chipperfield is the man behind the Midtown condos for sale at The Bryant. The luxury tower, which is the British architect’s first residential project in New York, will feature 57 luxury condos overlooking Bryant Park.

Curbed

The Hottest New Residential High-Rises in NYC

Noted architect David Chipperfield is the architectural genius behind The Bryant, the first residential tower to be built on Bryant Park and the first New York residential project in his portfolio. In addition to its peerless, central location, Chipperfield’s Midtown development will include 57 residences, ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, including two triplex penthouses. Residents will enjoy luxe design details like fully integrated appliances concealed by bespoke millwork, herringbone-patterned oak floors, Carrara marble accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities will include hotel services, club terrace with park view, a private lounge, and a full bar. The building’s residences start on the 16th floor.

Robb Report

Metropolitan Museum of Art Names an Architect for Its New Wing

The highly anticipated new wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art has secured a designer: David Chipperfield. This new wing for Modern and Contemporary Art will increase gallery space, expand the Roof Garden, and potentially create a new entrance to the Met in Central Park. Chipperfield is also designing The Bryant, a 33-story luxury condominium tower that faces Bryant Park in Midtown.

New York Times

Team

David Chipperfield Architects

David Chipperfield Architects was founded in 1985 and now maintains offices in London, Berlin, Milan and Shanghai. The practice boasts a broad portfolio embracing retail, hospitality and residential projects, and is acclaimed for its cultural and institutional projects. Notable buildings include the Neues Museum in Germany, The Des Moines Public Library in the USA, the Museo Jumex in Mexico, the Hepworth Wakefield in the UK and the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Sweden.

 

David Chipperfield Architects has won over 100 international awards and citations, including the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Royal Fine Art Commission (RFAC) and American Institute of Architects (AIA) awards. The Bryant is David Chipperfield Architects’ first ground-up residential project in New York City.

HFZ Capital Group

HFZ Capital Group is a Manhattan-based real estate investment and development firm focused on luxury residential condominiums. It currently manages or develops over four million square feet of premium Manhattan real estate and boasts expertise in a broad range of real estate disciplines, including underwriting, analytics, structured finance, investment, development, construction and asset management.

 

HFZ has a stellar record of preserving and restoring historic buildings to impeccable standards. It is one of the most prolific developers of luxury residential condominiums in Manhattan, and collaborates with world-renowned architects and designers to undertake architecturally significant ground-up new developments executed with the same degree of taste and thoughtfulness.

Stonehill & Taylor

Stonehill & Taylor is a New York City-based architecture and interior design firm established in 1986, the successor firm to Lundquist and Stonehill, founded in 1963. Their portfolio embraces a wide range of luxury hospitality projects, including premium marques like the Crosby Street Hotel, St. Regis New York, NoMad hotel and bar, the Ace Hotel and the Refinery Hotel.

 

Stonehill & Taylor has an international team bringing expertise in new building construction, addition, renovation and interior design. Focused on delivering unique, innovative solutions for every project, the firm emphasizes clients’ needs rather than a signature look. It prides itself on strong client relationships and enjoys many repeat assignments and on-going consultancies as a result.

Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group

Founded in 2005, Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the product of a merger between The Sunshine Group and Corcoran Group Marketing. Individually these two firms had redefined the landscape of New York City residential marketing since the mid 1980s and their union brought together the best and brightest minds in the business. Now Corcoran Sunshine is a full-service marketing and sales firm that can draw upon over 25 years of experience and a network that is second to none.

 

Corcoran Sunshine is the recognized industry leader in the planning, design, marketing, and sale of luxury residential development. With properties throughout the United States and in select international locations, Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group’s portfolio contains a curated collection of the world’s most desirable new addresses.

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