|8 Prospect Place, the hold-out|
➺ 15 floors, 333 apartments. Units range from studios to three-bedroom apartments.
➺ Faced with red brick, designed in a bland, no-nonsense style. Tudor City's only apartment tower without the Gothic embellishments found in the rest of the complex.
➺ Unlike the rest of the complex, it is a ground-lease co-op, set on land that the co-op rents but does not own. The current land lease is in place until February 1, 2150.
➺ The only Tudor City building with onsite parking in its own underground garage. Monthly rate is roughly $475 for outsiders, discounted for No. 2's residents.
|1955 ad. Convenience to Midtown remains a top selling point, |
along with free electricity and state-of-the-art General Electric kitchens.
|Typical floor plan, 1955. The building is comprised of two towers connected by a central lobby.|