Located at the entrance of Bryant Park, this large one-bedroom apartment captures the essence of world-class exclusive living. The open-concept living space has double exposures and provides ample space for a home office, formal dining, and entertainment. The oversized windows allow an abundance of natural light throughout the apartment.
The kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a four-burner stove, dishwasher, and plentiful storage space.
The king-size bedroom features two south-facing oversized windows and an individually operating through-the-wall air-conditioner.
Bryant Park Place was built in 1907 by Andrew Carnegie as the Engineer's Club and is listed on the National Register as a historic and architecturally significant structure. This extremely handsome building is situated across the street on the south side of Bryant Park, one of the most famous parks in Manhattan, making Bryant Park its premium amenity. The park annually hosts over 1,000 activities, classes, events, ranging from ice skating and holiday shops in the winter to movies, yoga, film festivals in the summer and more.
32 West 40th Street offers great proximity to other Midtown conveniences and amenities including Whole Foods, Equinox, The New York Public Library, Times Square, upscale and local dining, cafes, nightlife options, several embassies, hotels, and nearby offices.
It is in close proximity to all major transportation lines, including 4/5/6/A/C/E/B/D/F/M/N/Q/R/W/1/2/3/7/S subways, Grand Central's Metro-North, The Port Authority Bus Terminal, and crosstown buses located at 34th Street and 42nd Street.
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