Historic Tudor City. A quiet escape from the hustle of midtown, yet perfectly located in midtown Manhattan. As in the '20s residents still enjoy being able to walk to work or relax in the Tudor City Parks. The apartment faces west to the park, with brilliant daylight streaming through the casement windows. A proper One Bedroom in the historic, landmarked Prospect Tower. The apartment has a beautiful view of the greenery of the Tudor City Parks across the street, think quiet and serene.
The newly refinished floors are Oak strip, and the beamed ceilings are 8' 6". The floor plan includes a good size living room with space for dining and an open kitchen. The apartment is freshly painted and move-in ready. The kitchen has a new white granite countertop, a full refrigerator, a microwave, and a dishwasher. The kitchen cabinets are white paneling in keeping with the pre-war theme. There is an adjacent closet that serves as an oversize pantry. The large bedroom has a wall of windows, one closet, and an en suite marble bathroom.
Residents have access to the shared gym at 5 TCP for a fee. The heat is oil and steam; electricity is included in the maintenance. There are 403 Units, on 25 Floors, and 4 Elevators. Allowed are pied-a terres, renting, and 80% financing. The laundry room is in the basement, there is a fabulous common roof deck.
45 Tudor City Place is a Neo-Gothic building with a full-time doormen/concierge, Live-in Super, Laundry Room, Bike Room, Storage Room, and a beautiful Roof Top that is open from Spring to Autumn. The exquisite and expansive Roof Terrace, the largest roof deck in Tudor City, with furniture sits on the top of the building, on the 22nd floor. Panoramic views of East River, the UN, and NYC Skyline are a great escape just an elevator ride away. One can literally see for miles to the east, much of mid-town east, the Chrysler Building.
Located between 1st and 2nd Avenues on the East Side between 41st and 43rd Streets. Tudor City is the pre-war development created by Fred French in the 1920s. It was converted to a co-op in 1988. This area is an oasis separated from the hustle of Midtown Manhattan, many residents enjoy walking to work or relaxing in the Tudor Parks. Dogs are not allowed at 45 TCP.
Courtesy of Corcoran Group
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