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.
88&90 Lex, designed by acclaimed architecture firm Workshop/APD represents the union of two buildings— one an Art Deco classic, the other a sleek modern tower. The Art Deco side boasts a distinctive palette of French limestone, silver travertine and fumed grey oak floors.