Developers have released floorplans for the David Chipperfield -designed, 34-story residential building that sits across from Bryant Park, aptly titled The Bryant. Of the four plans released, two are for one-bedroom apartments, and the other two are for two-bedrooms. Buzz Buzz Home first reported on the release.
Prices for the listed apartments range from $2.225 million for one of the one-bedrooms which has 1,067 square feet of space and go up to $3.88 million for the larger of the two two-bedrooms, which has 1,391 square feet of space. The Bryant marks Chipperfield's first project in New York. The British architect has designed extensively in Europe with projects including Germany's Museum of Modern Literature and the America's Cup Building in Valencia, Spain.
The Bryant features a total of 57 one-to-four bedroom apartments, and sales for the building launched in November this year.
The HFZ Capital developed building which is located at 16 West 40th Street, also features a 230-room hotel on floors 2 through 15. The condos will be located on all the floors above. HFZ acquired the property, which was formerly a parking lot, back in 2010 for $45 million, according to the New York Times.
The project is expected to be complete in the spring of 2017. Corcoran Sunshine is in charge of the sales and marketing of the building.
· The Bryant [BBH]
· The Bryant [StreetEasy Listing]
· On Bryant Park, David Chipperfield's First New York Building [New York Times]
· David Chipperfield's Bryant Park South Condo Launches Sales [Curbed]
· The Bryant Archives [Curbed]