To celebrate the completion of Rockefeller Group’s first residential tower in Manhattan, the crown of Rose Hill has been illuminated. Part of the great theater of New York City, the top of the 45-story skyscraper is lighted up with 300 linear feet of efficient, high-performance LED lamps.
Soaring over 600 feet, the Art Deco-inspired building has totaled over $125 million in condominium sales, with a steady stream of closings scheduled throughout the months ahead.
Rose Hill features architecture and interior design by CetraRuddy. The collection of 121 homes ranges from studio to four bedrooms and features 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 are available with a variety of unique layouts, many with inventive flex room spaces that can be customized to the buyers’ personal needs.
Residents of Rose Hill will enjoy access to a vast selection of amenities like a fully-equipped fitness center curated by New York City’s leading HIIT and strength brand FHITTING ROOM; a professional-grade squash court in partnership with SquashRx; a 50-foot indoor pool; dry heat wellness sauna; a pet salon with a grooming tub; a dramatic bike room with an in-house bike repair workshop. The building’s coworking spaces include a Wi-Fi-equipped private lobby lounge “The Blue Room,” which has multiple seating areas and tables for working, along with adjacent access to a beautifully-landscaped garden courtyard. There is also a lobby library curated by celebrated local institution Strand Books with a host of seating. The 37th-floor private residents club offers an indoor private dining room, an outdoor BBQ area with seating and breathtaking views, a second library, multiple indoor and outdoor common areas, and a game room.
Pricing for available inventory begins at $1.525 million for studios and up to $20.0 million for a 4-bed, 4.5-bath penthouse.