NEW YORK BUILDING COMBINES TWO ARCHITECTURAL ERAS OF CLASSIC & POST MODERN STYLES

NEW YORK BUILDING COMBINES TWO ARCHITECTURAL ERAS OF CLASSIC & POST MODERN STYLES

Workshop/APD : 88 & 90 Lexington, New York is a rare architectural feat. Where can you find a tall, classic pre-war building with Art Deco details connected to a post-modern building, complete with a new façade.

NEW YORK BUILDING COMBINES TWO ARCHITECTURAL ERAS OF CLASSIC & POST MODERN STYLES

Built in 1927, 88 Lexington features graciously scaled living areas, high ceilings and gallery-inspired art walls, while 90 Lexington, which was built in 1958, received a “facelift,” replacing the original exterior with sand-coloured stone and sharp, clean lines that accentuates thefloor-to-ceiling windows.

Designed by Workshop/APD, 88 & 90 Lexington offers a unique residential experience by combining architectural styles from two different eras. The HFZ Capital developed residence spans a full city block, from 26th to 27th Streets in the NoMad district of Manhattan, and upon completion will feature 8,000 sq ft of additional amenity space.

NEW YORK BUILDING COMBINES TWO ARCHITECTURAL ERAS OF CLASSIC & POST MODERN STYLES

The complex offers 8,000 sqft of first-class amenities such as a 24-hour concierge, personalcinema, resident lounge, state-of-the-art gym, children’s playroom and 60 foot indoorswimming pool.

Photo Courtesy : Workshop/APD

 

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