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Tudor City renovated co-op with old-world details wants $575K

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The apartment has hardwood floors and original steel doors

A living room with a green couch, a rug, and hardwood floors. Photos: Ben Fitchett, courtesy of Compass

Welcome back to The Six-Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.

A charming one-bedroom co-op in Midtown’s historic Tudor City enclave has hit the market, asking $575,000.

The apartment, which offers views of the Chrysler Building, has a renovated kitchen and bathroom and a large living room area. The kitchen has a dishwasher and boasts quartz countertops. Some of its interior details include large windows, hardwood floors, new crown and baseboard moldings, and original steel doors that add to the unit’s “1920s charm,” the listing says.

The Tudor City complex building, which sits in the Tudor City Historic District, doesn’t allow dogs, and has a gym, a bike room, a common laundry room, and a common roof deck.

It’s located at 45 Tudor City Place, between East 42nd and East 43rd streets, mere steps from Ralph Bunche Park and the United Nations headquarters. Grand Central and its transit hub is an 11-minute walk away.

Maintenance charges are $1,430/month (there is an assessment of $102.39/month until February 2023.) Takk Yamaguchi and Danielle Stout of Compass have the listing.

A bedroom with large windows, a medium-sized bed, and hardwood floors.
The co-op’s bedroom with hardwood floors and large windows.
A living room with a green couch, a large beige and black rug, a glass coffee table, and a table on a wooden stand.
The living room.
A renovated kitchen with white cabinetry and white tiles.
The renovated kitchen with white cabinets and quartz countertops.