Bryant Park Tower helps midtown make its mark.
Bryant Park Tower, located on 39th Street and 6th Avenue, is a 45-story condominium being developed by G. Holdings Corporation, and marketed exclusively by Michael Shvo's SHVO Marketing.
The top 10 floors of Bryant Park Tower will be devoted to a luxury apartment complex that will provide first-class services and amenities to its residents.
A 24-hour doorman, a top-tier concierge service, and a private health club are just a few of the features the exclusive building will include. Sophisticated interiors designed by famed architect Costas Kondylis's interior firm, Kondylis Design, are finished in steel appliances, marble baths and elegant Italian glass doors.
These are a testament to the refined tastes of the new midtown purchaser looking for a high-end lifestyle right in the heart of Manhattan's cultural and business center.
Not only is midtown a prime and convenient location, it will be suprisingly affordable with studios at Bryant Park Tower starting at 500K.
"We wanted to provide people with all the luxuries of a high-end building, without the high-end price," explains William Walther, President of G. Holdings. "Bryant Park Tower will have all of New York at its doorstep at a price most people looking to invest in a home can afford."
And Bryant Park Tower isn't the only residential condominium popping up on the midtown skyline. The Orion at 350 West 42nd Street, 325 Fifth avenue and 425 Fifth Avenue all are residential condominiums that together declare midtown the next frontier in New York living.
In addition, residents at Bryant Park Tower will be able to indulge in a private concierge service around the clock to get tickets at the hottest shows or reservations at the chic new spot all within walking distance.
"Midtown is definitely the hot new neighborhood for young professionals living in New York," observes Mr. Shvo. "It's not just a cultural center but also a huge nightlife destination--and residents can wake up the next morning and walk to work." And with more and more buildings popping up in the area, the list of restaurants and boutiques is consistently expanding. Bryant Park Tower expects to open its doors to residents by the end of this year, when those looking to gaze over Manhattan's skyline will begin to move in. Because only the top ten floors of the tower are for residential use, each unit has magnificent unobstructed views with some extending all the way to the Statue of Liberty.