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Enjoy living in a spacious. beautifully renovated One-Bedroom home in the iconic Rockefeller Apartments, located on the prettiest tree-lined block between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, right across from the Museum of Modern Art. Considered the most prestigious full service pre-war Bauhaus building in Manhattan, it was built by Nelson Rockefeller in 1936 and designed by the renowned architects Wallace Harrison and Andre Fouilhoux. This gracious apartment has been meticulously restored and updated respecting the building's unique Bauhaus architecture. Enter into a large foyer with original herringbone hardwood floors that lead to an ample living room with a new Hearth Cabinet vent-less fireplace, surrounded by an antique cast-iron mantelpiece and marble accents. The living room features a new and unusually large aluminum windows that were custom-made to replicate the original Bauhaus design. The dining alcove has Western light and views of 57th Street skyline as well as a lovely courtyard garden and fountain. The new Leicht kitchen features high-end cabinetry and Dekton countertops/backsplash, as well as two Gaggenau wall ovens(microwave, convection), Liebherr refrigerator/freezer, and Bosch cooktop and dishwasher. It is connected to a separate pantry. The bathroom is updated with new fixtures and accessories, but respects the Bauhaus design. The Bedroom with the adjoining dressing room provide exceptional storage and space. The Rockefeller apartments enjoy 24 hour doormen service, on-site Resident Manager, ample storage units and laundry room. As part of an extensive restoration project in 2020, the apartment has new through the wall and energy efficient PTACs that provide individual control of heating and air conditioning. The Rockefeller apartments represent a historical urban oasis surrounded by award winning restaurants, fashionable fifth Avenue, art galleries and the unparalleled cultural riches of Manhattan within easy reach.