Rockefeller Group furthers its legacy of pioneering excellence in New York City with Rose Hill, a new residential building. CetraRuddy, Manhattan’s premier architecture studio, brings the project to life by combining the elegance and glamour of a classic Gotham aesthetic interpreted in a modern vocabulary for contemporary New York City living. Located at 30 East 29th Street, in the charming and historic Rose Hill neighborhood of NoMad, for which it is named, this iconic and timeless building will rise over 600 feet and feature 121 thoughtfully composed condominium residences.
Residence 16B is a 929sf 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath with a fantastic northern view overlooking iconic architecture. Flexible by design, the floor plan allows for a one-or two-bedroom residence. Interiors boast rusticated hardwood floors, bronze finished hardware, and soaring ceilings up to 11 feet high with window heights of 9 feet. The open kitchen with Miele appliances features custom ultra-matte, dark charcoal woodwork, metal-framed glass upper cabinetry, and Calacatta honed marble countertops. Anchored by a custom designed vanity, the dramatic master bath offers brass finished fixtures and radiant heated floors in dark, veined marble. A powder room for guests, ample closet space, and washer/dryers complete this ideal home, which can be augmented with storage available at additional cost.
The double height lobby, with its grand black marble 8-foot fireplace, leads to the jewel-box Blue Room lounge and landscaped courtyard with outdoor seating. Down the spiral staircase awaits a fully equipped gym curated by Fhitting Room, a professional-grade squash court in collaboration with SquashRx, an expansive 50-foot pool surrounded by hand-crafted, green oxide-glazed tiled walls, and a dry heat wellness sauna. Spanning the entire 37th floor, a suite of building amenities includes the Library Lounge with a billiards table, a private dining room, and two covered terraces with spectacular 360 degree views.
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