Photography Courtesy of the Rockefeller Group
The Rockefeller family is renowned for their great fortunes, helmed by John D. Rockefeller, industrial mogul and founder of the Standard Oil Company. They were also instrumental in the development of some of New York's most historic places such as the original World Trade Center, the former One Chase Manhattan Plaza, Rockefeller Center, and Kykuit in Tarrytown. Now, buyers can be apart of their legacy by living in Penthouse B of Rose Hill
, the Rockefeller Group's only luxe residential building in New York City. The stunning duplex penthouse is on the market asking $11.995 million and it is as sumptuous as you would expect.Named after the 130-acre Rose Hill Farm estate that was once a part of NoMad, Rose Hill is over 600-feet tall, boasting 45 stories, and offers much to be desired to a new owner, including a modern and Art Deco-inspired design aesthetic created by New York City-based architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy
.Penthouse B is one of the building's brightest gems, offering 2,610-square-feet of space, two bedrooms, three bathrooms and soaring 13-foot ceilings. Through massive glass windows, there are expansive views of the city, where you can most likely see some other buildings the Rockefellers are connected to.The interiors are beautifully designed with rusticated hardwood floors, bronze-finished hardware, a master bath with brass-finished fixtures and radiant heated floors in dark, ample closet space, washer and a dryer, and a kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances, dark charcoal woodwork, metal-framed glass upper cabinetry, and Calacatta honed marble countertops. The space also features 600-square-feet of outdoor space spread between two balconies for entertaining and soaking in some of the best views of the city.The building also offers numerous amenities with a doorman, a fully equipped gym, a 50-foot pool, a dry heat wellness sauna, a unit garden, rooftop access, and a library lounge, a private dining room for parties, a Blue Room lounge and landscaped courtyard, offering residents outdoor seating, to name a few offerings.Ivana Nikolic, John W Harrison, Nicole Grandelli, and Michael Rosser of CORE
hold the listing.