Inspired by New York City’s most iconic Art Deco skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and Rockefeller Center, NoMad’s Rose Hill – Rockefeller Group’s first residential tower in Manhattan – is complete. The architecture and interior design of the new 45-story building was done by CetraRuddy, the acclaimed global architecture firm known for successfully blending modern design with crafted detail.
Rockefeller Group’s first residential tower in Manhattan offers a collection of 121 homes ranging from studio to four bedrooms. These chic homes feature soaring ceilings, oversized windows, custom kitchen cabinetry and marble baths with custom-designed vanities, along with a rich selection of hand-selected materials. The residences also come in a variety of unique layouts, many with inventive flex room spaces that can be customized to the buyers’ personal needs such as a home-office, gym, library or nursery. Additionally, a variety of residences feature substantial private outdoor space.
Rockefeller Group is the original developer of Rockefeller Center and the shared DNA between Rose Hill and one of New York City’s most iconic attractions is apparent when you walk through the front door. The residential tower’s lobby is designed as a modern twist of the roaring 20s aesthetic. Residents are greeted with a commissioned mural by New York & Paris-based Matthew Cole. The intricate flooring sets the stage for the entire mural’s composition as it closely mirrors the color of the artwork’s sky.
Further into the space, residents can find a lobby bar. Dubbed “The Blue Room,” it encompasses a hotel-like private lounge and eight-foot-tall marble fireplace clad with a bronze-finished ornamental screen, as well as a Strand Books-curated library and beautifully landscaped garden courtyard.
The elevator ride down a level will take you to Rose Hill’s health and wellness center. The space includes an indoor pool, which draws inspiration from the public bath houses of the 30s and 40s and the Spirit of Normandy ship. It is clad in hand-wrought tiles and trim with deep turquoise handmade tiles from Vermont.
The space is decorated with an elegant mosaic mural that pays homage to women and the Amazon goddesses of the time period. The pool is also adjacent to a professional-grade squash court, in partnership with SquashRx, as well as a fully equipped fitness center curated by New York City’s leading HIIT and strength brand FHITTING ROOM. Also on the ground floor and programmed by Strictly Cycling Collective, one of the city’s best cycling shops, is a bike room with an in-house bike repair workshop for resident use.
The 37th floor features a new private resident’s lounge that includes 360-degree sky lounge views of all of New York City, a Strand Books-curated library, a private dining room, and lush indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces. The Observatory Room offers a billiards table, ample seating space, and opens up to a covered outdoor terrace with several tables and chairs for lounging.
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