Prewar Coop Built 1936 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Apt. 10C, 17 West 54th Street is a glamorous, pristine extraordinarily large one bedroom in the renown Rockefeller Apartments, overlooking the Museum of Modern Art sculpture garden. This sun-filled, chic oasis with it's south facing windows (including a dining area bay window) has stunning design details throughout and is in excellent condition. The Rockefeller Apartments are among the first buildings in New York City to represent the International Style. A unique example of vintage Bauhaus architecture, the Rockefeller Apartments, commissioned by Nelson Rockefeller in 1936, is an historic land-marked, full-service coop. A charming courtyard garden running between the two Rockefeller Apartments complex towers serves as a serene urban respite, complete with a pond and seating areas. In addition to the Museum of Modern Art right across the street, this unbeatable location is just a few short blocks from Central Park, Columbus Circle, Fifth Avenue shopping, and all the attractions of Midtown Manhattan living, This pet-friendly building allows pied-a-terres and 50% financing.