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1270 Avenue of the Americas


When the first of Rockefeller Center’s buildings opened for business, it was known as the RKO Building, named after the film studio that was its lead tenant. But because of RKO’s presence, and the proximity of Radio City Music Hall next door, it also attracted scores of other show business concerns. Other early tenants included Walt Disney’s east coast operation, the William Morris Agency, Republic Pictures, producer Mike Todd, and Noël Coward.

1270 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020


Daily 24 Hours