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Prospect Tower
45 Tudor City Place, Midtown East, Manhattan, NY 10017

Pre-war Co-op

403 units
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  • 403 residences
  • 25 stories
  • BUILT 1927

The Details About 45 Tudor City Place

Built in the 1920s, this full service building is pre-war in style and detail and offers views of Tudor City Park and the East River. It is centrally located in Midtown East, very close to Grand Central Station and numerous subway and bus routes.SUBLEASE POLICY AT 45 TUDOR CITY PLACE.Must live in the unit for two years before being allowed to sublease.  After two years, the ability to sublet  i...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Exercise room
  • Elevators
  • Central laundry room
  • Rooftop
  • Access to gym located in 5 TCP
  • Laundry in Basement

Prospect Tower Units

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Get to know Midtown East

Midtown East may very well be the only neighborhood in Manhattan where you can look up and see the stars. Of course, you’ll likely be staring at the muralled ceiling of Grand Central Terminal, but what’s wrong with that? The historic Beaux-Arts train hall is positively gorgeous and only one of several significant masterworks in Midtown East — a list including the Chrysler Building, Plaza Hotel, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and more. Along with its sibling to the west, Midtown East also encompasses the world’s largest central business district. However, there is plenty of living room among the grand architecture and business offices. Luxe co-ops and condos — themselves often housed in impressive, towering structures — are the dominant type of residence. Still, you’ll find low-rise apartments and even townhouses further east into the Turtle Bay and Sutton areas. With stunning skyline and riverside views — plus bountiful transit options — Midtown East is a hub for Manhattan’s action.

Midtown East Neighborhood Guide