New York City
The creation of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Rockefeller Center was born during the Great Depression and has grown to become one of the city's most visited tourist attractions and thriving business hubs. Rockefeller’s vision for the plaza is reflected in its Art Deco architecture and inspired artwork, including the famous statues of Prometheus and Atlas. The complex is composed of 19 buildings, including the GE Building at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, home to the NBC Studios. Both the Top of the Rock observation deck and Radio City Musical Hall are also located within the plaza.