About The Park
Bryant Park is situated between 40th and 42nd streets and 5th and 6th Avenues in midtown Manhattan, between Grand Central Station and Times Square. Comprising a total of eight acres, the Park represents an urban oasis centrally located within the densely populated New York City, and includes the longest expanse of grass (longer than a football field) in Manhattan south of Central Park. The Park is surrounded by great diversity; tall arching trees and flower gardens, fountains, a carousel, an outdoor reading room, and restaurants and eating kiosks. It houses the New York Public Library, considered one of the greatest repositories of knowledge in the world. The library entrance is guarded by Patience and Fortitude, the renowned pair of marble lions. The Park has become a central gathering place in midtown Manhattan where people can take a step away (both literally and figuratively) from the everyday hustle and bustle to stop, be thoughtful and reflective.
Bryant Park Capital overlooks Patience, Fortitude, the New York Public Library and the Park. Our philosophy embodies what the Park and Library represent; the requirement of knowledge and experience to serve our clients well, the importance of strength, patience and fortitude when guiding our clients through complex and important decisions, the need to adopt a range of perspectives, and the understanding that amongst all the noise and confusion we must offer the ability to be thoughtful and reflective in our advice. Bryant Park Capital was founded on the same principles which have made the Park such a staple of Manhattan and we remain steadfast in our pursuit of those same principles.