Enjoy open city and Empire State Building views through custom sliding Vitrocsa glass doors with Juliet balconies in this new corner one-bedroom residence designed by Pritzker Prize-winning David Chipperfield Architects. This 1,067-square-foot (99.8 sq. m.) residence features twelve floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for tremendous southern light and open views of the Empire State Building and Lower Manhattan. The custom marble terrazzo facade transitions seamlessly to the interiors, creating crisp architectural frames to the windows and a border for the heated oak herringbone floors.
The residence's bespoke millwork, designed by David Chipperfield Architects exclusively for The Bryant, cleverly conceals storage, appliances, and mechanical systems, allowing continuous, full 9 foot 6 inch ceiling heights to carry throughout. The millwork also functions as a custom built-in entertainment center for the primary bedroom suite.
The separate windowed kitchen features white lacquered millwork cabinetry, Calacatta Gold marble countertops, backsplash and side panels, and a full suite of Gaggenau appliances with fully-vented range hood.
The south-facing primary bedroom suite offers incredible Empire State Building views and an ensuite bath with full-height Statuarietto marble walls, vanity with marble top, and wet room with rain shower enclosed behind custom Bendheim glass.
Residences at The Bryant, located at 16 West 40th Street, sit atop a boutique hotel and amenities include 24-hour attended lobby, lounge, fitness center with sauna, and access to the Terrace Club with fireplace and full bar overlooking Bryant Park.