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Tudor City


Tudor City



  • Tudor City was meant merely for middle-class society.
  • Its 12 buildings contain 3,000 apartments, a hotel, shops, restaurants, a post office and two small private parks.
  • Fred F. French Company developed the early urban renewal in the Tudor Gothic style.
  • It took around three years - from 1925 to 1928 - to build the 'large-scale production'.
  • The whole complex grounds are elevated by around two stories above street level, separating the quiet gardens and lanes from the noise of highways and major city streets.
  • Prospect, Tudor and Winsdor Towers all feature west sides with light wells and ornaments, while east sides have no decorations whatsoever except elaborate rooftops.


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# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 lookingdown-view-to-the-southwest-from-2-un-plaza Woodstock Tower 298 ft 34 high-rise building 1928
2 top-view-to-the-east-from-42nd-street Tudor Tower 258 ft 22 high-rise building 1927
3 exterior-view-from-the-east-river Windsor Tower 258 ft 22 high-rise building 1928
4 area-main-entrance-on-tudor-city-place Prospect Tower 258 ft 22 high-rise building 1927
5 Westgate New York City South Tower ≈257 ft 23 high-rise building 1930
6 fullheightview-view-to-the-southeast-from-42nd-street-woodstock-tower-is-on-the-left Westgate New York City North Tower ≈190 ft 17 high-rise building 1930
7 fullheightview 2 Tudor City Place South Tower ≈190 ft 17 high-rise building 1955
8 fullheightview Hatfield House ≈167 ft 15 high-rise building 1928
9 fullheightview 2 Tudor City Place North Tower ≈156 ft 14 high-rise building 1955
10 The Cloister ≈112 ft 10 low-rise building 1927
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