Rockefeller Center in New York
Rockefeller Center is built by the Rockefeller family. Building complex consisting 19 commercial buildings between 48th and 51st streets in New York City, located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, spanning the area between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. The <Center is a combination of two building complexes: the older and original 14 Art Deco office buildings from the 1930s, and a set of four International-style towers built along the west side of Avenue of the Americas during the 1960s and 1970s. On the street is 200 masts with the same sometimes, and sometimes different flags. During the U.S. holidays on each mast are flying the Flag of the United States. Sometimes they set flags of United Nations member countries or decorative and seasonal flags. Radio City Music Hall at 50th Street and Avenue of the Americas was completed in 1932. Each holiday season features the annual musical stage show, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, more than 70 years. The centerpiece of Rockefeller Center is the 70-floor GE Building (RCA Building) at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Several great artists worked on the revival buildings. Sculptor Lee Lawrie has done even twelve sculptures for this center. Prometheus by Paul Manship and Statue of Atlas, which has worked Lee Lawrie, are the most famous statues. A series of underground pedestrian passages stretches from 47th Street to 51st Street, and from Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue where numerous businesses operate in the Concourse offering shoppers a range of products and services. Everyone who comes will certainly struck by the size of buildings and the expanse of the entire area occupied by the Rockefeller Plaza.