Tudor City is a residential neighborhood located in the Midtown Manhattan area of New York City, United States. It is situated on the eastern side of the borough, bounded roughly by East 40th Street to the south, East 43rd Street to the north, First Avenue to the east, and Second Avenue to the west. Tudor City is known for its historic architecture, including its Tudor-style buildings and ornate stone facades. The neighborhood was built in the 1920s as a planned community, and was designed to resemble an English village. Many of the buildings in Tudor City feature distinctive architectural details, such as pointed arches, gargoyles, and Tudor-style chimneys. Today, Tudor City is a primarily residential neighborhood, with a mix of co-op apartments, rental units, and townhouses. The neighborhood is known for its quiet and peaceful atmosphere, as well as its proximity to Midtown Manhattan’s business and entertainment districts.