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David Chipperfield's Bryant Park South Condo Launches Sales

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Celebrated British architect David Chipperfield's first New York residential project, The Bryant, quietly launched sales today. Although its listings are nowhere to be found online—yet, at least—the 33-story development will eventually offer 57 one- to four-bedroom apartments priced from $2.255 million. The sales launch comes days after a fete celebrating the development's Bryant Park-adjacent sales gallery, which puts the building's polished facade and elegant interiors on full display.

"I think you can make architecture out of very simple things, it doesn't have to be complicated," Chipperfield explains of his design for the geometric, grid-inspired building. "The difference between a good building and a bad building normally resides in it being more thought about." The Bryant's facade, a polished aggregate terrazzo, will also transition into the interiors and frame the herringbone wood floors that will run throughout the apartments. Those natural materials will extend into the kitchen with Calacatta Gold marble backsplashes and countertops.

The structure, the last to be built on Bryant Park given the area's bountiful landmarks designations, will be topped by two triplex penthouses. Pricing for its one bedrooms begins at $2.255, and at $3.1 million for its two bedrooms. Asks for its three bedrooms, four bedrooms, and triplex penthouse are available by request.

Onto the sales gallery.

· Peek Inside David Chipperfield's New York City Condos [Curbed]
· David Chipperfield To Design Long-Stalled Bryant Park Condos [Curbed]
· All coverage of The Bryant [Curbed]