16 West 40th Street
New York, NY 10018
Floors and Residences
24 hour attended lobby
Private lobby lounge
6th Floor Club Living Room Lounge
Fitness center with sauna and steam rooms
A la carte hotel services
Private residents' storage
David Chipperfield Architects, Architect and Interiors
Stonehill & Taylor, Hotel Architect
The Bryant, the first residential building in New York City designed by the award-winning British architect, David Chipperfield, is one of the most exciting urban residential architectural accomplishments in recent history. Situated on the recently restored, two-city-block wide Bryant Park and high above a new boutique hotel, every residence in The Bryant dominates a corner of the tower and owns panoramic skyline or park views. The Bryant is located in the center of New York. There is no more convenient address in Manhattan: The Bryant is steps from Fifth Avenue shopping, the vibrant West Side Gallery District, Midtown office district, and minutes from Downtown’s thriving restaurant and culture scene.
A hallmark of Chipperfield’s design is its deceptive simplicity. The building’s custom made aggregate terrazzo façade transitions seamlessly into the carefully considered interiors, creating crisp architectural frames to the multiple floor-to-ceiling windows in each residence, as well as a border for the warm-toned herringbone floors. Residences start on the 16th floor, each with bespoke millwork, designed by David Chipperfield Architects for The Bryant, cleverly concealing storage, appliances, and mechanical systems, allowing continuous, full ceiling heights to carry throughout every primary living space and hallway. Honed, handpicked Italian marble complements the kitchens and baths.
The Bryant is the embodiment of high, purposeful design and unparalleled centrality. This new landmark is sure to become one of the most desired park front addresses in all of Manhattan.
“The goal was to design a building with classical elegance in terms of its symmetries, simple grids and order. ”
Sir David Chipperfield, Architect