See inside the swanky 37th-floor amenity space at Nomad’s Rose Hill tower

February 17, 2022

All images courtesy of Evan Joseph, unless otherwise noted

A brand new amenity space offering residents breathtaking views of New York City and a host of luxurious conveniences has been unveiled at the Rockefeller Group’s first-ever residential tower. “Top of the Hill” is on the 37th floor of Rose Hill, a new 45-story Art Deco-style tower in Nomad. Boasting 360-degree city views, the high-floor amenity space also includes a library curated by The Strand, a private dining room, and two covered outdoor lounges.

Designed by CetraRuddy, the sky deck is accessible to all residents of the building.

“Rose Hill was conceived as a curated living experience for its residents. Top of the Hill, located up in the sky on the 37th Floor, affords all homeowners views of the spectacular Gotham skyline from which the building draws inspiration, and a vantage point where the changes in the weather and positioning of the sun and moon grace every space. The spaces architecturally inspire with their proportions and the materials incorporated are sensuous, tactile and are crafted with exquisite details,” Nancy J. Ruddy, Founding Principal, CetraRuddy, said.

The rooftop’s observatory room offers residents a billiards table, seating space, and opens up to an outdoor terrace with lounge seating. Views of the cityscape from this level, including a direct shot at the Cass Gilbert-designed New York Life Building (and its gilded roof), are impressive.

Rose Hill has also just opened its indoor pool, which takes inspiration from the public bathhouses of the 1930s and 40s. Also designed by CetraRuddy, the pool is clad in hand-wrought tiles and trim, with deep turquoise tiles handmade in Vermont. A central mosaic mural at the head of the space pays respect to women and the Amazon goddesses of the time period.

Credit Eric Ficocelli

Located at 30 East 29th Street, Rose Hill is the first residential project in the Rockefeller Group’s 90-year history. The 600-foot tower features an Art Deco-inspired facade, which is carried over into the apartments, where bronze and gold finishes accompany Calcutta Razi marble countertops and bathrooms feature dark marble heated floors with custom walnut and bronze vanities.

The tower contains just over 120 units, ranging from studios to four bedrooms. The apartments also offer residents the unique ability to convert their units into a more fluid space by using sliding glass doors.

Pricing for available apartments begins at just over $1.5 million for studios. Two of the building’s penthouses recently closed for $19.75 million and $20 million, marking two of the biggest sales in the neighborhood since Amazon’s Jeff Bezos spent roughly $80 million at 212 Fifth Avenue in 2019.


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