Rockefeller Group has illuminated the crown atop Rose Hill, signifying the completion of the acclaimed institution’s first residential tower in Manhattan. Pricing for available inventory begins at $1.5 million for studios and up to $20.0 million for a 4-bed, 4.5-bath penthouse.
Rose Hill opened to its first residents earlier this year, and has already totaled over $125 million in condominium sales, with a stream of closings scheduled throughout the months ahead. Soaring above 183 m (600 ft), the 45-story skyscraper has taken its place among New York’s architectural icons. With the bronze tower’s crown illuminated with 91 m (300 ft) of LED lighting that highlights the building’s art deco-inspired articulation, Rose Hill is now part of the great theater of New York City.
“Today, Rockefeller Group has reached a new and exciting milestone as we celebrate the lighting of Rose Hill,” said Meg Brod, Rockefeller Group’s senior managing director and head of development in the Northeast U.S. “This project has been 4 years in the making and it’s truly gratifying to watch it brighten the New York City skyline. We are pleased to see that the building’s style, architecture and the beautiful amenities are resonating with our buyers. It’s a very special building for our discerning residents.”
With architecture and interior design by CetraRuddy, Rose Hill represents an unprecedented approach to urban living. The collection of 121 homes ranges from studio to four bedrooms and boasts soaring ceilings, over-sized windows, kitchen cabinetry and marble baths with custom-designed vanities, along with a selection of hand-selected materials. The residences also come in a variety of unique layouts, many with flex room spaces that can be customized to the buyers’ personal needs such as a home-office, gym, library or nursery. Additionally, a variety of residences feature substantial private outdoor space, including the collection of penthouses that crown the top floors of the building.
Rose Hill also offers several coworking spaces, perfect for remote learning or working from home. This includes a wi-fi-equipped private lobby lounge dubbed “the blue room,” which has multiple seating areas and tables for working, along with adjacent access to a garden courtyard. The 37th floor private residents club, accompanied by the city skyline, offers an indoor private dining room, outdoor BBQ area with seating, a second library, multiple indoor and outdoor common areas, and a game room.