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David Chipperfield's The Bryant unveils the first of its two penthouses

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The triplex, half-floor apartment measures over 4,000 square feet

All renderings courtesy Corcoran

David Chipperfield’s first New York City residential project, The Bryant, has just released the first of its two penthouses on the market. Located on the top three floors of this 34-story hotel and condo building, the half-floor triplex penthouse measures a little over 4,000 square feet and comes with an additional 1,313 square feet of outdoor space.

Some of the standout features in this sprawling penthouse include the 11-foot-tall ceilings on the lower level, terrazzo flooring, a double-height loggia, a Red Jasper marble fireplace, and radiant heated flooring throughout the apartment.

Right at the top, there’s a massive private rooftop terrace that offers views of the Empire State Building. This rooftop space also comes fitted with a solarium. For all of that, this penthouse is asking $16.3 million with monthly charges running at nearly $15,000.

With the release of the penthouse, developer HFZ Capital Group has announced that the condo portion of this building has sold more than half of its units. Among the currently the available apartments, prices range from $2.5 million for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom, and go up to the above-mentioned $16.3 million for the penthouse.

Sales got underway back in November 2015, and the project has made steady progress since with the structure topping out in October last year. Prior to that, Curbed had a chance to tour a model unit for the condo, which offered views of the construction site across the street.

The building, located at 16 West 40th Street, will come with a hotel on the lower floors, and 57 apartments above. With construction nearing completion, the first set of residents are expected to move in sometime this fall.