This deep-down tunnel comprises five blocks ‒ from 43rd to 48th Streets ‒ and three levels which can be reached via mammoth escalators.
Ms. Kusama is known for her polka-dot pumpkins and is 93 years old.
|The living room with its 17-foot ceiling.|
|Reverse view showing the staircases and, below the painting, the fireplace.|
|Dining room on second floor.|
|One of the two bedrooms.|
|The other bedroom. Note that all photos are "virtually staged." What this exactly means is never explained, but in the photo above, we can see the flooring turn from white to brown.|
|The terrace, eastern view. Towering above it all is the only weathervane remaining in Tudor City.|
|The western view from this one-of-a-kind terrace.|
A recent assessment of the buildings in Tudor City was a disheartening one. All the buildings ‒ except one ‒ is sheathed in scaffolding.
The bright side of this is we've got four years to get it right. Four years from now, in 2027, Tudor City turns 100 years old. That is something worth celebrating.