This high-floor studio is the NYC ideal -- full of charming prewar details and ready for your personal touches. The corner apartment is flooded with sunlight through its many casement windows with both southern and western exposures and offers dramatic Chrysler Building views.
When you walk into the apartment, you are greeted by the functional entryway with two generously sized closets. On the right is a windowed kitchen in original condition. The living space has newly refinished dark hardwood floors and dramatic white walls with lovely prewar moldings and details throughout.
Right now, the layout is a roomy studio apartment, one of the largest studio layouts in Tudor City. With the construction of a wall, you can create a spacious bedroom at the distant end of the home. Some units in this line have included pocket or French doors to enable the sunlight to shine throughout the space.
Enter into The Woodstock Tower through its canopied entrance and two-storied lobby, where you will find one of its friendly and helpful 24/7 doormen waiting for you. In 1929, Fred F French built this romantic apartment building in the Tudor style. Fortunately, today it is landmarked, well-managed and maintained, including a recent renovation of its hallways and elevators. Shareholders can relax in the soothing courtyard garden which also hosts fun events for the building community. You can stay fit in the fully equipped in-house gym conveniently located on the lobby level. Also on this level you will find the central laundry room.While The Woodstock Tower is part of the larger Tudor City Community, because of its architecture and nearby location, it's location is more convenient, situated on leafy East 42nd St between First & Second Avenue, near to Grand Central Station, the United Nations, and the NYU Langone Medical Center.
Please note the apartment will be shown empty; virtual photos of furnishings are provided for guidance and to highlight the potential of this opportunity.