Legendary contractors, the Rockefeller Group, a company formed nearly a hundred years ago to develop and build the Rockefeller Center, has recently launched a new forty-five-story residential tower, built in New York's renowned NoMad district.
The building itself stands out from all other residential buildings in the Big Apple through the cool Art Deco style used in its construction, gaining all the benefits of flexible space and resort-style urban amenities, with a generally more modern type of luxury apartment.
Both the exterior and interior of the building were designed by award-winning New York-based company, CetraRuddy. Through its Art Deco influence of the twentieth century, Rose Hill stands up and impresses us in the same way as the Rockefeller Center did decades ago. The new building features an ornamental bronze facade that is fused with contemporary designs for modern New Yorkers.
Rose Hill contains no fewer than 123 residences, with unique layouts and floor plans, private open spaces and innovative rooms that can be tailored to meet the needs of modern buyers. The apartments range from studios to four-bedroom variants, and are equipped with modern amenities that perfectly fit the needs of clients.
This property also has a wellness club, a tenant's club, an observatory, a library, a private dining area and numerous outdoor and indoor entertaining spaces. There is also the Blue Room, an exclusive lobby bar with a loggia and a fireplace. Apartment prices in this building start at $ 1.195 million.