A look at Tudor City's other penthouses, those resting atop the more modest sized buildings. They never got much attention, but the reasons they remain in demand is outside access, always at a premium in New York. Even if the access is long and narrow, and the apartments on the small side.
A corner of The Cloister.
A roof garden on The Manor. .
Looking west, a variety of greenery on No. 2, the 3H's and Essex House.
From No. 2, looking north toward The Woodstock.
This Essex House penthouse has an eastern view of No. 25.
Atop Haddon Hall, facing northwest. The view includes the water towers of the 3H's, the Hotel Tudor and The Woodstock.