Located high above vibrant Bryant Park in the heart of New York City, this David Chipperfield-designed floor-through two bedroom residence (possible 3 bed) with a windowed study boasts twenty two floor-to-ceiling windows wrapping three exposures. At 1,882 square feet (174.8 sq. m.), this home offers an expansive floorplan with an abundance of natural light and incomparable views of Bryant Park and the Empire State Building through Vitrocsa sliding glass doors with Juliet balconies. The custom terrazzo facade transitions seamlessly to the interiors, creating crisp architectural frames to the windows and a border for the heated oak herringbone floors. The residences bespoke millwork cleverly conceals storage, appliances and mechanical systems, allowing continuous, full 9 foot 6 inch ceiling heights to carry throughout the residence. The open kitchen includes a Gaggenau cooktop with fully-vented hood, oven, speed oven, dishwasher, and refrigerator/freezer. The master bedroom with direct Empire State Building and city views includes a windowed en-suite bath featuring full-height Statuarietto marble walls, double vanity with marble top, and separate water closet and wet room with rain shower, both enclosed behind custom Bendheim glass doors. The secondary bath and powder room are also appointed with Statuarietto slab marble walls and vanity. Residences at The Bryant, located at 16 West 40th Street, sit atop a luxury boutique hotel. Amenities include 24-hour attended private residential lobby, lobby lounge, fitness center with sauna, Terrace Club with fireplace and full bar overlooking Bryant Park, and a full suite of a la carte hotel services including housekeeping and room service. Immediate Occupancy.