Rose Hill



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 both inside and out, combining the elegance and glamour of a classically Gotham aesthetic interpreted in a modern vocabulary for contemporary New York 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 features three full floors of sophisticated amenities that enrich a social and active lifestyle. The thoughtfully crafted residential living spaces are a study in flexibility—accommodating a growing book collection or a growing family alike— and inviting residents to make their personal imprint on the place they call home. Panoramic views bring the city’s monumental architecture, lush parks, and vibrant sunrises and sunsets into everyday perspective. From the highly curated, fine details to the grand gesture of the architecture itself, every aspect of the Rose Hill experience has been carefully considered.



Thrilling, panoramic views maximize the sense of space and bring the city’s monumental architecture, lush parks, and vibrant sunrises and sunsets into everyday perspective. Warmth, texture, attention to detail and celebration of craftsmanship—qualities that are prized in older buildings but so often glaringly absent from contemporary architecture— are emphasized at Rose Hill.



Bespoke details extend to the bathrooms, which are anchored by custom vanities in warm, hand-selected materials. Generously appointed powder rooms are at once rustic and refined. While the dramatic windowed master baths offer aged brass fixtures, heated floors in dark, veined marble— and, not least, an invitation to daydream in the shower.



Apartments are smart, considered, and use space elegantly and intelligently. Think of this extra room as a blank canvas: library, office, guest room, nursery, wine cellar—make it entirely your own. It’s flexible by design to adapt to changing needs and desires over time.



A certain classicism and a richness of materials treated with understated elegance is highlighted in Rose Hill’s sweeping duplex penthouses. There is context in the design—how people live, what they love about New York, its traditions, and its future.



Rose Hill was designed with the groundedness and confidence of Rockefeller Center— all the while touching the sky. The penthouse terraces bring this uniquely Gotham architecture into dramatic perspective.


Courtesy to Rose Hill website

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