7 Bryant Park

When it's complete in 2014, 7 Bryant Park will be a stunning trophy addition to the high performing corridor along Sixth Avenue adjacent to Bryant Park.

Featuring 10-foot finished ceilings; full-height clear vision glass on each tenant floor; and two outdoor terraces overlooking Bryant Park on the tenth floor, 7 Bryant Park is slated to become one of Midtown’s most prestigious office addresses.

Developed jointly by Houston-based Hines and Pacolet Milliken, the 28-story, 450,000-square-foot trophy tower will grace the corner of West 40th Street and Sixth Avenue, serving as the perfect bookend to the LEED Platinum-certified Bank of America Tower on the other side of Bryant Park.

The Pei Cobb Freed-designed 7 Bryant Park will boast advanced building technologies in pursuit of LEED certification from USGBC. Its stunning architecture is a response to the corner of Bryant Park that it faces, providing tenants with unprecedented office views directly into the park’s interior.

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7 Bryant Park Building Details

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1070 Sixth Avenue, New York, New York 
Submarket :
Bryant Park  
Certifications :
LEED for New Construction Version 3.0, (Registered)  
Stories :
Square Footage :
450,000 square feet  
Owner :
Architect :
Pei Cobb Freed  
Year Built :
2011 (under construction)  
Notes :
Boutique office building developed jointly with Pacolet Milliken; full-floor and duplex penthouse leasing opportunities