|Address:||113 West 42nd Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||42nd & 43rd Streets||Size:||2,100,000 SF|
|Year built:||2010||Architect:||Cook + Fox Architects|
However, it’s not only the amenities and location that appeal to tenants. One Bryant Park, since its 2010 completion, has set global standards in sustainability as the first ever LEED Platinum-certified skyscraper in North America.
Thus, leasing modern office space in this state-of-the-art building makes a statement to both your employees and clients.
The building hosts Bank of America’s global corporate and investment banking headquarters, The Durst Organization’s corporate headquarters, and many other prestigious tenants in law and finance for a reason.
LEED Platinum, Class A Office Space Available
The second your workers or clients enter the new glass-enclosed dual-stair subway entrance at 42nd Street; they will realize that One Bryant Park offers something new and unique.
The Durst Organization-owned and COOKFOX Architects-designed 55-story building offers nearly 2.4 million square feet of Class A+ office space emphasizing daylight, fresh air, and the outdoors. Hence, office spaces for lease are tailor-made to fit the needs of modern workers.
One Bryant Park offers open, flexible, naturally lit, and column-free office space with 9.5-foot ceilings. Furthermore, many offices provide views of Manhattan through a clear, floor-to-ceiling, high-performance glass curtain wall.
However, that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Many other amenities at One Bryant Park set the standard for modern office space for lease.
Thus, game-changing sustainability amenities exist, such as:
- LEED Platinum-certification
- Hospital-grade, 95% filtered air
- Abundant natural daylight
- Under-floor ventilation system with individually-controlled floor diffuser
- Round-the-clock air quality monitoring
- Gray water system; which collects and re-uses rainfall
- Floor-to-ceiling insulating glass
- Automatic daylight dimming system
- Tenant-controlled HVAC
- On-site power generation
Further, other on-site amenities uniquely position One Bryant Park as one of the most innovative buildings in all of New York City.
- The Urban Garden Room at its base- an indoor garden open to the public
- The first ‘green’ Broadway theater, the 50,000-square-foot, LEED Gold-certified Stephen Sondheim Theater
- The large lobby bar at the orchestra level
- Ground floor bar/cafe
- Restaurant on the upper mezzanine level
- 37,000 square feet of first-floor retail
- On-site Management
- Through-block pedestrian passage
Available office spaces range from 7,000-20,000 square feet.
Getting to and from One Bryant Park
One Bryant Park benefits from an excellent location in the heart of Midtown. Sitting on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 42nd Street, overlooking Bryant Park, the tower offers easy access to convenient transportation.
Besides, you’re a short walk away from Times Square, Penn Station, and Grand Central Station.
Additionally. the building’s located near most major subway lines, including the 42nd St-Bryant Park station, which services the B, D, F, M, and 7 lines.
Who is renting office space at One Bryant Park?
Bank of America is the anchor tenant of One Bryant Park, occupying six trading floors and 75% of the building. Moreover, The Durst Organization owns the building and has its corporate headquarters here.
In addition, other notable tenants lease office space at One Bryant Park, like:
- Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
- AMP Capital
- Apex Capital Management
- Ascot Underwriting
- Avesta Capital Advisors
- Elie Taharie
- Generation Investment Management
- Light Sky Macro
- Manikay Partners
- Marathon Asset Management
- McKool Smith
- Melkonian Capital
- Merrill Lynch
- Mitsui & Co.
- Powa Technologies
- QFR Capital Management
- SRS Capital Management
- TriOaks Capital Management
Furthermore, retail tenants include Starbucks, Charlie Palmer Steak, and Burger & Lobster.
How much is the rent price for office space at One Bryant Park?
The tower’s state-of-the-art energy-saving features and top-notch amenities keep attracting tenants.
However, while over half of the building’s occupied space serves as the headquarters for Bank of America, a wide choice of prime office space remains available for rent.
Asking rent at One Bryant Park often exceeds $100 per square foot, and it’s understandable why. Conversely, Midtown’s Class A average asking rent as of Q2 2022 was roughly $83.04.