Manhattan’s Newest Art Deco Tower Is a Glam Nod to the Roaring 1920s

In the bustling NoMad neighborhood, Rose Hill was developed by Rockefeller Group, which developed the iconic Rockefeller Center. With that history in mind, the new 45-story tower has tons of 1920s design elements like a bronze-tone façade, illuminated geometric exterior, and grand proportions. The interiors also pay homage to this era while still designed for the modern resident.

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