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Penthouse Atop a Manhattan Boutique Condo Enters Into Contract for $11 Million

December 20th, 2019

The largest and most expensive penthouse at 88&90 Lex, a twin-tower complex in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, has found a buyer for $11 million.The 3,368-square-foot, four-bedroom residence, dubbed Penthouse A, went into contract last week, per listing records. The buyer intends to use the penthouse as a primary residence in New York, a source familiar with the deal told Mansion Global.This sale “reflects a major milestone that demonstrates the thoughtful design, desirable amenities and ideal location our buildings offer,” said Ziel Feldman, chairman and founder of HFZ Capital Group, the developer.

Haute Residence

This $5M Maisonette Is An Art Deco Lovers Dream And One-Of-A-Kind In Manhattan

December 12th, 2019

New York is renowned for its architecturally significant buildings from the Empire State Building to the Chrysler Building and everything in between, including cathedrals and museums. With its rich history in pre and post-war, the concrete jungle is filled with one-of-a-kind gems, including a $5M Maisonette that embraces its timeless Art Deco past, while incorporating sleek, modern interiors. The unique building, which is now a luxury condominium set in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood is the perfect example of the blending of pre-war architecture and contemporary, post-modern style. Any Art-Deco lover will love this unit, but don’t take our word for it, have a look inside.

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ASH NYC Meticulously Staged This Penthouse for the Type A New Yorker

July 23rd, 2019

Alongside project manager Leah Wu, the duo put that approach to work in Penthouse A at 88 & 90 Lex, a new condo conversion that blends a classic prewar structure with a modernist interior. The interior architecture for the space was spearheaded by New York firm Workshop/APD, who oversaw the building's design. AD PRO spoke to Bowen about how he created the layered, shaped look in the penthouse without touching the framework.


Get a First Look Inside the Only Available Penthouse in the Modern Half of 88&90 Lexington

February 27th, 2019

HFZ Capital has revealed a first look inside one of the penthouses at 88&90 Lexington, a unique residential building that seamlessly blends two distinct buildings from different architectural eras into one at one of Manhattan’s hottest neighborhoods.


Top NYC Buildings with the Biggest Screens for Oscar Viewing

February 20th, 2019

This interesting NoMad development blends a classic pre-war building with a modern post-war building packed with amenities for its residents.

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NoMad: A Rapidly Evolving Neighborhood With a Storied Past

January 9th, 2019

A different kind of old-new combination building has recently opened: Known as 88 & 90 Lex, it combines a restored prewar exterior (88 Lexington) with a modern, postwar one (90 Lexington) to create a single condominium.

Haute Residence

Elegant Lighting Fixtures Illuminate Opulence

November 16th, 2018

88&90 Lexington beautiful highlights old and new by seamlessly blending a classic pre-war building with a contemporary post-war building in the heart of NoMad.


88&90 Lexington by Workshop/APD

November 15th, 2018

Workshop/APD has done something truly unique by seamlessly blending two separate buildings from different architectural eras into one at HFZ Capital Group’s 88&90 Lexington in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood.

Architectural Digest

Prewar and Postwar Styles Blend Together in Workshop/APD's Latest Manhattan Project

August 28th, 2018

Esteemed architecture and design studio Workshop/APD unified 88 & 90 Lexington to become one fluid luxury development. The pre- and postwar buildings honor the original structures' features in a way that feels decidedly new.