High-rise sales may spell Bryant Park future
Brisk sales at a luxury high-rise may reveal the residential future around Bryant Park. More than 65 percent of the 94 luxury apartments in the Bryant Park Tower were sold in their first four days on the market, The Real Deal has learned. Marketed by Shvo Marketing, the 45-story tower one block south of Bryant Park at 100 West 39th Street hit the market July 19 and more than half of its luxury spreads were sold for at least $1,300 a square foot by July 23. Two of the tower’s four penthouses sold for more than $2.1 million, and the interiors of all the apartments were designed by Brian Callahan of Kondylis Designs.