Rockefeller Center (2006)

Part of Rockefeller Center.

Rockefeller Center is a complex of 19 buildings in Midtown Manhattan. Named for John D. Rockefeller, whose family built the location from 1930 to 1939, it is one of the most popular spots in New York. It contains landmarks like Radio City Music Hall, the Comcast Building, and, in the winter, an ice-skating rink and the famous Christmas tree. Rockefeller Center also has an underground concourse with a variety of stores and restaurants, multitudes of artwork, and subway access.