In the heart of Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood is 80-90 Lexington, a luxury two-building condominium comprising a classic pre-war building and modern post-war building in the heart of Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood.
Today’s home, 90 Lexington Penthouse A, located inside the contemporary half of the conjoined buildings. Styled by ASH NYC, Penthouse A is a gorgeous four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath corner residence that redefines urban indoor/outdoor living.
As the building’s crown jewel, Penthouse A was added to the top of 90 Lex’s existing structure during its conversion and comprises an expansive layout framing a gracious, 38’ x 18’ private courtyard.
With interiors by acclaimed architecture firm Workshop/APD, Penthouse A boasts an open style kitchen that cohesively flows into the living/dining room, creating the ideal entertaining space.
Each bedroom comes with ample closet space and ensuite bathrooms graced with an elegant palette of French limestone, silver travertine, and fumed grey oak floors throughout.
With soaring 11’4” ceilings and oversized windows throughout, Penthouse A boasts picturesque views of the Manhattan skyline, including the neighboring Empire State and Chrysler Buildings.
Both 8890 Lex had separate identities in their previous lives, one being a rental building and the other office space, before being reimagined into a luxury condominium by Workshop/APD. Workshop saw the two as a blank canvas and as an opportunity to bridge old with new, restoring the pre-war façade of 88 Lex while giving 90 Lex, the modern post-war half, a “facelift” in addition to creating classic interiors with a modern twist to resonate with the architecture of both. The two buildings are connected at their bases by a bright, expansive lobby and over 8,000 square feet of modern amenities.
Penthouse A is currently listed for $11,000,000 and is one of three penthouses inside 90 Lex, with the other two having already sold without ever officially being listed.