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Location: 6th Ave. between 42nd and 43rd Streets.
Height: 945 ft., spire: 1200 ft.; 54 stories
GBA: 2,100,000 sq. ft.
Owner: One Bryant Park, LLC, a Joint Venture of Bank of America and The Durst Organization
Developer: The Durst Organization
Principal Client: Bank of America
Architect: Cook+Fox Architects, LLP; Richard A. Cook, Partner; Robert F. Fox Jr., Partner
Executive Architect: Adamson Associates Architects
Structural Engineer: Severud Associates
MEP Engineer: Jaros, Baum & Bolles
Construction Manager: Tishman Construction Corporation
Environmental Consultant: Steven Winter Associates, Inc.
LEED Consultant: E4 Inc.
LEED Rating: expected Platinum