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Bryant Park Studios

1901 Historical Landmark Showroom Building in New York City
Opening at 08:00 tomorrow
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Back on March 8, 2019, Bryant Park Studios received a visit to the Vault Museum by the Playwright: Peter Basta Brightbill. He was researching his latest piece of work, a sequel to the film, "Gladiator" and his visit included a tour of 80 West 40th Street. Artists of all types visit Bryant Park St...

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Over the last few months Bryant Park Studios has received many requests for Tours of this Historical Landmark in the heart of New York City. Should you have interest in a Tour, the best way to proceed is to email me DSeeve@MountainDevelopment.com and arrange a suitable date/time, although usually...

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Interesting Tour of Bryant Park Studios on Friday, May 27th when Elisabeth Magotteaux visited Bryant Park Studios in order to research her Thesis on Fernand Leger. Magotteaux has a PhD in Art History from Sorbonne University and is in the US as a Museum has sponsored her studies. We toured 80 Wes...

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Fantastic visit to Bryant Park Studio's Vault Museum by Bill Wohlrab and his Wife, Wilhelmina (Willy). Bill worked in Bryant Park Studios in the 60's for a Hungarian textiles group: Paul Hargittai. Bill now lives in France, but has fond memories of his time with Hargittai and running out to Nedic...

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Wonderful Tour of Bryant Park Studios today with two Art Historians: Julia May Boddwyn, who has contributed to the Whitney & Met Exhibition Catalouges and most recently to the Arshile Gorky catalouge raisonne, and Christel H. Force, a former Associate Curator at the Met. We toured the Vault Museu...

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Willi Tobias's sculpture "A Quiet Moment" has been on display and watching over Bryant Park Studios since 1980

T.B.T. March 9, 2018 Bryant Park Studios, is visited by Mr. Darrell Harvey, the Great, Great, Great Grandson of Abraham Archibald Anderson, who built Bryant Park Studios in 1901. Pictured here on the left in the Basement Vault Museum. Behind us is a photograph of A.A. Anderson in his Yellowstone ...

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T.B.T. - February 13, 2019 Bryant Park Studios was visited by Toronto based Artist, Steven Fistell. His works include paintings, photography, oil, acrylic, and cast glass sculpture. Steven is also an Art Instructor at Sheridan College. We visited several Showrooms and ended the tour in the Vault ...

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Testimonials

4 years ago
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The Renowned Apparel Showroom Building

Seventeen magnificent and spacious showrooms with original Fireplaces, Plaster Moldings and Friezes, Stained Glass Skylights, Eighteen foot tall ceilings, Sun drenched windows, Subway Tile Stairwells, Antique Fixtures, Vintage NYC charm throughout, Stunning views of The Avenue of the Americas & Bryant Park, and this Midtown neighborhood's best kept secret; the underground and flourishing "Vault Museum" in the Managers Basement Office. 

Every one of the preeminent Women's Contemporary Apparel Showrooms overlooks Bryant Park within this celebrated City Landmark Building that makes every effort to restore and protect it's Beaux-Arts facade and unique and unparalleled interiors. 

Located at 80 West 40th Street, on the South West corner of Bryant Park, in the Heart and Center of New York City.

Managed by Mountain Development Corp. 

For information contact Mr. David Seeve, Property Manager and Historian

Manager's Hours: 6:30AM to 7:00PM, Monday to Friday
(212) 827 0137   
DSeeve@MountainDevelopment.com 
www.MountainDevelopment.com 

All Photographs taken by David Seeve, for further collection see Official Instagram site: BryantParkStudios  

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80 West 40th Street
New York, NY 10018
USA

Opening Hours

Mon:8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tue:8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wed:8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thu:8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Fri:8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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