Completed: 2010

Architect: Cook + Fox

Floors: 55

1-51 tenant floors, 52-55 mechanical space

Total Square Feet: 2,354,000

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Ashley Gee The Durst Organization 212.257.6596
Ashlea Aaron The Durst Organization 212.257.6590


Tom Bow The Durst Organization 212.257.6610
Rocco Romeo The Durst Organization 212.257.6630

One Bryant Park

The 2.35 million square foot, 51-story office tower was completed in 2010. The Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park houses Bank of America’s global corporate and investment banking businesses, The Durst Organization’s corporate headquarters and several other prestigious tenants. Setting a new standard in sustainable commercial construction, this tower was the first skyscraper in North America to achieve LEED Platinum and ranks among the most environmentally advanced skyscrapers in the world. Building features include an urban garden room, a 4.6 megawatt combined heat and power plant, an ice cooling system, a building-wide water reclamation system, green roofs that utilize compost from tenant cafeteria waste, state-of-the-art advanced air filtration for exceptional indoor air quality, destination dispatch elevator control and dedicated backup emergency generators.

Major Tenants:
  • Bank of America
  • Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
  • The Durst Organization



  • Three times the public circulation space required by zoning
  • New glass-enclosed dual-stair subway entrance at 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas
  • Widened sidewalks
  • Urban Garden Room at 43rd Street and Avenue of the Americas, serving as an indoor extension of Bryant Park and Grace Plaza


  • Through-block public passageway connecting 42nd and 43rd streets features Broadway-inspired programming and attractions

Stephen Sondheim Theatre

(formerly known as Henry Miller’s Theatre)


  • To create a state-of-the-art Broadway playhouse that captures the intimacy of the original Henry Miller’s Theatre and invokes its design intent and spirit
  • To captivate present-day audiences with excellent sightlines, spacious and accessible audience amenities and a newly configured auditorium


  • 50,000 square foot reconstructed theater
  • Seating capacity increased to 1,000
  • Neo-Georgian landmarked façade of original 1918 Allen, Ingalls & Hoffman–designed theater preserved and restored
  • Restoration and reconstruction of the historic oval reception room, doors and decorative plasterwork, and incorporation of salvaged elements into the new design
  • Fully ADA–accessible, including approximately 20 wheelchair viewing positions and a spacious box office lobby
  • Three times the number of female toilets required by code
  • Incorporation of a large lobby bar at the orchestra level, a bar/café on the ground floor level, and a restaurant at an upper mezzanine within one building
  • Fully functional fly-tower and scenic loading facilities
  • Operated by Roundabout Theatre


One Bryant Park is recognized as one of the most environmentally advanced skyscrapers in the world.