On entering the apartment, you are immediately struck by the amount of light, expansive windows and the volume of space. The apartment recently went through a complete gut renovation and has been outfitted with all new windows, new A/C systems, open-concept kitchen with all new appliances, an addition of a second full-bathroom, an abundance of custom closets, and recessed lighting, to name a few.
The open north-facing windows provide tremendous light, and the classic curved windows offer a spectacular and clear sightline down 55th Street to 5th Avenue -- a unique feature only found in this specific apartment.
A decorative fireplace graces the living room wall and the restored oak herringbone floors bring in the pre-war charm that the buildings are so known for. The large primary suite is outfitted with more custom closets and plenty of space for a king-sized bed plus additional furniture.
Commissioned by the Rockefeller family in 1936 and designed by architects Wallace Harrison and Andre Fouilhoux, The Rockefeller Apartments, consisting of 24 West 55th Street and 17 West 54th Street, became a landmark in 1984 and maintain a unique example of Art Deco architecture in New York. The location of the Rockefeller Apartments are unparalleled and at the center of the cultural riches of the city including 5th Avenue, MOMA, Carnegie Hall, the theater district and close proximity to Central Park. The full-service white glove cooperative is pet-friendly and permits pied--terres.
Building Features 12 Floors138 Units
Last Asking: Sep 16, 2021
1 Bed / 2.0 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $2,981
Exclusively listed with: Compass
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