On the top floor of the iconic Rockefeller Apartments, PHA is a residence that has preserved the beauty of the original art-deco architecture that is hailed in its lasting design. With over 400 square feet of wrap terrace that envelops the entire apartment, PHA is large one bedroom with a separate dining room, light and airy with 9'10" ceilings, bright south and east exposures, enjoys abundant light and serene city landscapes. Gorgeous and functional original art-deco features, PHA is in great condition with original herringbone floors, sink and tub in the bathroom, including original mirrors and glass accessories distinctive to the art-deco era. PHA has all new floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. This home also comes with a private storage unit which exists just outside the front entry. The Rockefeller Apartments, consisting of 24 West 55th Street and 17 West 54th Street is a landmarked Art Deco cooperative built in 1936 by Nelson Rockefeller. The location is unparalleled as it is at the center of cultural riches of the city that includes MOMA, Carnegie Hall, the theater district and close proximity to Central Park. The cooperative, with its substantial reserve fund is nearing completion of a stunning renovation of the facade, windows, lobbies and hallways accentuating true art-deco form. TPAC units allowed. Please note: the terrace is virtually staged.