No. 5 offered the most services of any building, including a radio shop and Studebaker showroom (!) in the arcade along First Avenue. The Grey Room was a meeting space for various community activities.
No. 25 was home to some basic necessities: a drug store, shoe repair and coffee.
No. 45 offered the enclave's finest restaurant, along with a bottle shop and a grocery/meat market.
Residents of the Manor, Cloister and Hermitage had close access to the North Park, Miss Traver's nursery school and a passageway to the official garage on 44th St.
The 3 H's were close by the tennis courts, taxi stand
and baby carriage promenade.
Woodstock and Essex House residents were convenient to the cocktail lounge, restaurant, and barber shop/beauty parlor in the Hotel Tudor.
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