This is a nice neighborhood. The buildings are attractive and the neighborhood is quite and relaxed.
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The streets and parks -- sometimes open to the public -- around this small enclave are very attractive. The UN, the Ford Foundation, just the feeling of thee ornate Tudor architecture, can be very interesting. During our last walk, we had an interesting discussion with...More
Walking the length of Tudor City Place, which is elevated above the surrounding blocks, you get a great view of the UN Building and East River on one side, and down E 42nd Street to the Chrysler Building on the other. It is a very...More
Stayed in the Tudor City neighborhood for 2 week, location is great, walking distance to times square, UN Building & embassies and many more.. the locality is quite with many restaurants & bars...
Wonderful. Do not miss it if you are an architecture lover. This is a very exclusive and beautifully maintained area of East Manhattan: it's wonderful to think that this complex was originally built to provide cheaper accomodations to the growing population of Manhattan; today an...More
If you take a walk all the way to the end of 42nd street then you will run into this collection of old-style apartment buildings. It looks like a quiet and peaceful neighbourhood, although I can't speak for the quality of the interiors of the...More
I love this small enclave of buildings in a Tudoresque style running from about 40-44th street between First and Second Avenue. It is an excellent area for east siders to live with convenient bus transportation and a lot of restaurants and other services in the...More
Very nice neighborhood, quiet, with nice trees and buildings and interesting small streets. I love it.