20 Dec Remaining Listings at The Bryant Start at $2.535 Million
By: Michelle Mazzarella | Dec 18, 2017
The Bryant from West 40th Street via CityRealty
The residences at The Bryant (16 West 40th Street)
sit perched atop a 34-story, David Chipperfield
-designed building in Midtown Manhattan. It is the first ground-up residential tower to take shape along Bryant Park in decades, and all residents benefit from sweeping park and skyline views from floor-to-ceiling windows. The building is conveniently located near local offices, transportation, and attractions including the New York Public Library’s main branch.
The central location, beautiful building, and amazing apartments make it no surprise that many of the 57 condos have entered contract. The small handful of remaining listings on the market range from one-bedrooms starting at $2.535 million to a four-bedroom listed at $9.435 million, bringing them to an average price of $2,934 per square foot and vaulting them above the Midtown West average of $1,860 per square foot.
Apartment #30B, a half-floor, three-bedroom, three-bath, is listed for $6.715 million and located on a high floor. Features include a Juliet balcony, heated oak herringbone floors, and bespoke millwork that conceals storage, appliances, and mechanical systems for a seamless look. The kitchen is equipped with Gaggenau cooktop with fully vented hood, oven, speed oven, dishwasher, wine refrigerator, and refrigerator/freezer. The master bedroom has direct Empire State Building views and windowed, marble en-suite bath with heated terrazzo floors, double vanity with marble top, and Bendheim glass-enclosed wet room with rain shower.
Building amenities include attended lobby, fitness center with steam room and sauna, and sixth-floor Terrace Club lounge that offers 15’ ceilings, fireplace, dining rooms, full bar, landscaped terrace, and stunning views of Bryant Park. Residents have access to the hotel’s amenities and services, which include housekeeping, laundry service, and priority reservations at the in-building restaurant.
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