Tudor Tower in an attractive residence both inside and out. Built in 1929, it features 439 units on 23 floors, a full-time doorman, roof deck, laundry room, and bike room. It is located across from the United Nations and is close to the Ford Foundation building. It is also located next to two small, maintained parks and is near public transportation including the East River Ferry.
Fred Fillmore French
A lifelong New Yorker and important aesthetic contributor to Manhattan's turn-of-the-century architectural style, Fred French is today best known for his seminal work on Tudor City's instantly-identifiable red-brick buildings and his role in the development of New York's rent control laws.