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.

Address
1070 6th Ave, New York, New York  
Submarket
Bryant Park 
Certifications
LEED for New Construction Version 3.0, (Registered) 
Stories
28 
Owner
Hines 
Architect
Pei Cobb Freed 
Year Built
2011 (under construction) 
Square Footage
450,000 square feet 
Notes
Boutique office building developed jointly with Pacolet Milliken; full–floor and duplex penthouse leasing opportunities