High Floor Studio in Tudor City's Prospect Tower with Cityscape Views West
Dual exposure layout south and west facing windows
The "05" largest and sought after Studio line in the building
Pre-war details including chestnut strip flooring, 8'6" beamed ceilings and casement windows
The bath has a big double casement window, pedestal sink and deep pre-war tub
Big Murphy Bed alcove, two closets
Tudor City is the 1920s pre-war creation of prolific architect Fred French. The enclave is a quieter neighborhood feeling in Midtown and a few blocks from Grand Central Station.
Residents enjoy relaxing in the Parks, and the convenience of walking to work.
An expansive Terrace with furniture on the top of the building is the largest in Tudor City. From the Terrace there are Panoramic views of East River and NYC Skyline. Bike room, storage and laundry on lower levels.
Tudor City is the Landmark creation of prolific developer Fred French in the 1920s. High quality of life housing close to Grand Central and midtown workplaces has made this unique landmark neighborhood a desired enclave since it's inception.