david chipperfield to build the bryant residential tower at the heart of NYC
(the proposed scheme is the white tower to the left of the empire state building)




it has been revealed that david chipperfield architects will design a new tower for manhattan — the practice’s first residential building in new york. named ‘the bryant’, the scheme will exemplify chipperfield’s vision of city living. situated at 16 west 40th street, the project is set to be constructed on bryant park’s last available site for new-builds, with the empire state building just a few blocks away. the scheme will grant its residents a ‘front row ticket’ to the bustling city’s vibrant cultural, entertainment, and dining experiences.


built above a boutique hotel, the 57 apartments will be found on floors 15 to 32 with two luxury penthouses at the top, each residence will feature floor-to-ceiling glazing, accentuating the panoramic views of the neighboring skyline and park, while a cast stone and aggregate material on the exterior will be continued internally — subtly blending the connection between the outside and inside.


chairman and founder of HFZ capital group ziel feldman comments: ‘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’