Prewar Coop Built 1936 in
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A very rare opportunity to buy a stunningly renovated south facing apartment in one of Manhattan's most celebrated pre-war buildings, this gorgeous home features one-of-a-kind views overlooking the serene oasis of the Museum of Modern Art's legendary sculpture gardens. Beautiful natural light fills the living room, dining room, kitchen, and bedroom. The expertly designed kitchen includes a large pantry space and brand new top of the line appliances.
A unique example of vintage Bauhaus architecture, the Rockefeller Apartments, commissioned by Nelson Rockefeller in 1936, is a historic landmarked coop with a doorman, elevator and on-site laundry. A lovely courtyard garden running between the complex's two 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, The B/D/E/F/M/NQ/R trains are also all within a few blocks of your front door, providing rapid transit anywhere in New York City. This pet-friendly building allows pied-a-terres.