Manhattan Landmarks-Tudor City

Tudor City

Tudor City was the brainchild of the Fred F. French Company in 1925 and designed by architects under the direction of H. Douglas Ives as a middle-class city within a city. Part of the Garden City urban planning movement, the development includes Tudor Revival style apartment buildings and shops in a park-like setting. Designated May 17, 1988.

Title: Tudor and Windsor Towers 4

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Tudor City

Keywords: Tudor City, Tudor Tower, Windsor Tower, residential, ornament, roof

Description: Upper-floor detail of Tudor Tower and Windsor Tower

Image #759

Designation Report


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