Rose Hill – Manhattan’s newest 600-foot tower in NoMad inspired by Rockefeller Center – announced the sale of two nearly $20 million penthouses in a month, all while simultaneously debuting a new sky deck the first time. Penthouse A officially closed for $19.75 million and Penthouse C closed for $20 million – marking a pair of the biggest sales in the NoMad neighborhood since Jeff Bezos bought at 212 Fifth Avenue in 2019.
The building has also debuted a brand new amenity space on the 37th floor. Dubbed “Top of the Hill,” the sky deck gives residents of all floors access to the penthouse-style living. Designed by CetraRuddy, the lounge includes 360-degree sky lounge views of all of New York City, a Strand Books-curated library, a private dining room, and lush indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces. The Observatory Room features a billiards table, ample seating space, and opens up to a covered outdoor terrace with several tables and chairs for lounging.
Rose Hill has also opened its indoor pool, the design of which is inspired by the public bathhouses of the 30s and 40s and the Spirit of Normandy ship. It is clad in hand-wrought tiles and trims with deep turquoise handmade tiles from Vermont. The artful center masterpiece at the helm of the space is an elegant mosaic mural that pays homage to women and the Amazon goddesses of the time period.
All Rose Hill’s residents can enjoy access to a vast selection of amenities including a fully-equipped fitness center curated by New York City’s leading HIIT and strength brand FHITTING ROOM; a professional-grade squash court in partnership with SquashRx; a 50-foot indoor pool; dry heat wellness sauna; a pet salon with a grooming tub; a dramatic bike room with an in-house bike repair workshop. The building’s coworking spaces include a Wi-Fi-equipped private lobby lounge “The Blue Room,” which has multiple seating areas and tables for working, along with adjacent access to a beautifully-landscaped garden courtyard. There is also a lobby library curated by celebrated local institution Strand Books with a host of seating.
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