Rockefeller Center New York, New York
The Rockefeller Group began with its development of Rockefeller Center, a national landmark and internationally acclaimed office complex in the heart of Manhattan. Development work on approximately 7 million square feet of building space began in 1928, and Rockefeller Center opened in 1932, marking its 75th anniversary in 2007.
The Rockefeller Group subsequently extended Rockefeller Center to the west side of Sixth Avenue, doubling its size by the early 1970s, with the addition of four towers between 47th and 51st streets:
1211 Avenue of the Americas
1221 Avenue of the Americas (McGraw-Hill Building)
1251 Avenue of the Americas
1271 Avenue of the Americas (Time & Life Building)
The company extended Rockefeller Center to Seventh Avenue in 2001 with the addition of 745 Seventh Avenue, a one-million-square-foot tower.
The Rockefeller Group owns and/or manages properties along the western corridor of Rockefeller Center, which comprises 8.1 million square feet of office and retail space and houses some of the most important media companies and financial institutions in the United States.
Some 35,000 tenant employees inhabit the towering skyscrapers that have come to epitomize one of the most instantly recognizable corporate addresses in the world.
The Rockefeller Group’s management experience encompasses every aspect of property management from day-to-day operations to capital enhancement projects, life safety/security issues, leasing of classic corporate structures, and the asset management of architecturally acclaimed buildings and landmark complexes, public spaces, shops, and restaurants.