|Windsor Tower's western and eastern facades, as rendered on SimCity, a city-building computer game.|
|Detail of 1929 ad|
➺ 22 stories, plus 4 sub-floors. 788 apartments, the most of any Tudor City building, primarily studios and one bedrooms. The only building on Tudor City Place to offer river views, because the slaughterhouse district ended one block north.
➺ Considered the grandest building in the complex because of its 10 showplace penthouses, with dizzying city views and drop-dead double-height ceilings.
|Studio floor plan, 1930. Dotted lines represent Murphy beds.|
|No. 5 offered the most services of any Tudor City building, as shown above, circa 1941; today, the post office and florist remain. The Grey Room was a community space used for dances, lectures, art exhibits and the like.|