Prewar Coop Built 1936 in
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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 mint, move-in 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.