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.
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.
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