Sprawling Art Deco home that consists of two oversized one-bedroom apartments, each with a dining area. There are two full bathrooms, a powder room, bounteous closet space, and oversized windows in all rooms looking north onto 55th Street. In true Art Deco form, there are curved windows at either end of the apartment. The spacious layout, measured at over 2,100 gross square feet, allows for a luxuriously spacious two-bedroom home with library or a substantial three-bedroom home with an oversized master-bedroom suite. Bring your architect! The Rockefeller Apartments, consisting of 24 West 55th Street and 17 West 54th Street is a landmarked Art Deco cooperative built in 1936 by Nelson Rockefeller. The cooperative, with its substantial reserve fund, is replacing all of the windows and renovating the lobby and hallways, all with no assessment. PTAC units and W/D allowed within. Between the two buildings exists a lush and peaceful garden for residents. There is tremendous upside in this apartment and building. Once all renovations are complete, this will be a spectacular two or three-bedroom home in a truly mint Art Deco building in the most prime midtown location.