Manhattan based real-estate company HFZ Capital Group has announced "The Bryant," David Chipperfield Architects' first residential condominium project in New York City, located at 16 West 40th Street. The proposal for the 32-story building features a hotel on the lower levels, with 57 apartments ranging from one- to four-bedrooms, including two duplex penthouses, on floors 15 through 32 - offering residents "the rare opportunity to live in a new construction, residential development on the fully-restored Bryant Park," according to the developers.
Images of the proposal have not yet been released, but the press release describes a "stunning cast stone and aggregate façade" which "continues from exterior to interior" and "elegantly-framed floor-to-ceiling windows and sleek, sliding doors."
“We are very pleased to partner with world renowned architect Sir David Chipperfield for his first residential condominium project in New York City, The Bryant,” said Chairman and Founder of HFZ Capital Group Ziel Feldman. “HFZ Capital’s diverse portfolio will expand even further by developing this architecturally significant property designed by David Chipperfield.”