88 & 90 Lex is the happy coupling of two buildings in the heart of Manhattan. 88 is tall, and classic; 90 sleek, and modern. This pairing celebrates more than the styles of two distinct eras - the pre-war and the post - they are re-imagined for a shared future together.
Take a look at themapto see the flourishing district surrounding 88 & 90 Lex.
Whether you’re after a hand-stitched ottoman, a Danish bookcase or an antique trestle table, this is the city’s go-to place for luxury home furnishings. With 16 floors and over 100 showrooms of classic, avant-garde and contemporary pieces - as well as 33,000 sq ft of antiques and 20th-century design from 1stdibs - consider your residence at 88 & 90 Lex furnished.
Designated a historic district in 1966, Gramercy still holds a special allure for New Yorkers. Anchored by the pristine Gramercy Park, the area brims with old New York charm and prestige. Stroll past 19th century townhouses on ‘Block Beautiful’, have a beer in Pete’s Tavern, the legendary New York watering hole, or catch a show at Irving Plaza. It’s all within five minutes from home.
Step inside this bustling market hall of artisanal Italian products, and lose yourself in row upon row of olive oil, pasta, cheese, coffee and countless other Italian gustatory specialties. You may also choose to eat at one of the nine restaurants and counters dotted throughout the marketplace. Buon appetito.
What started as a small bakery on the Upper East Side in 1981 is now a thriving restaurant with locations throughout the city, including its latest branch on Park Avenue South. Renowned for its classic American cuisine – and especially its baked goods (try the muffins) – Sarabeth’s is a true Manhattan favorite and is directly around the corner.
Open since 1864, Pete’s is the city’s oldest continuously operating bar (it even stayed open through Prohibition) and therefore a New York City institution and local haven. With an elegant and original Victorian interior (note the pressed-tin ceiling), classic Italian-American food, and a convivial atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to soak up the neighborhood.
“A home away from home for all who come through the door” is how proprietor Lukus Hasenstab describes this quaint cafe, which was named after the owners’ pet turtle. The emphasis here is on creating a warm, welcoming space where people can relax. Little wonder it’s a local favorite.
Join the well-heeled crowd at this sophisticated American bistro whose menu celebrates local ingredients and changes with the seasons, as does its name. It’s perfect for dinner with friends, a business lunch or after-work drinks – or a special occasion in the Lillet bottle-lined private events room.
Named one of the Best of New York 2014 by New York Magazine, Modern Pinball NYC has become an overnight sensation, where gamers rack up points on a huge selection of pinball games from the 1970s to the present day. Are you up for the challenge?
Enjoy the best of American BBQ and world-class jazz here, with renowned Texas salt & pepper ribs, fried chicken, and artists like Freddy Cole, Ravi Coltrane and weekly "Mingus Mondays." There's also an extensive collection of bourbon, rye, and American whiskey.
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“From luxury home design to high-end commercial development, the award-winning visionaries at workshop/apd are remaking the way New Yorkers think about design.”
Evan Hughes, Literary critic, journalist and author of 'Literary Brooklyn'
AWARD-WINNING DESIGN TEAM
You couldn’t ask for a better firm of designers. Highly acclaimed, they are an innovative design firm that specializes in luxury homes.
Known for honoring a building’s historical details while always progressing design toward the future, workshop/apd creates fresh environments.
So who better to design 88 & 90 Lex, turning two buildings – one classic, one modern – into something new?
The different configuration of each residence means that every room is part of a finely tailored composition that corresponds precisely to its placement in the building. The result? Clever solutions that start with unifying design features found in every residence, and end with individually designed spaces. Every home has a character of its own.
We've thought of everything
88 & 90 Lex has it all: the two buildings share over 8,000 square feet of handsomely designed amenities for your health, well-being and leisure. It’s the best of New York private clubs, in-house.
Whether accepting deliveries, taking maintenance requests, or holding your keys for visiting relatives, your concierge at 88 & 90 Lex is on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Services are also available digitally, with Building Link. It’s round-the-clock convenience.
A personal cinema
Curl up in a plush armchair and enjoy a silver screen experience without leaving home. The screening room is equipped with top-of-the-line HD and surround sound.
The perfect place to take a moment for yourself. Read the paper at your own pace, challenge your neighbor to a game of pool, or catch up on work during the weekend. All in the privacy of your home-away-from-home.
Shape it up
Bring your workout home at 88 & 90 Lex’s state-of-the-art gym, with the latest fitness equipment, free weights, and a studio optimized for private training.
Work out wind down
Our locker rooms add an extra bit of comfort and convenience to your workout routine. When you’ve finished, find your calm in the sauna or steam room, where you can take some time out.
Imaginations run free
Children of all ages can enjoy hours of uninterrupted play here. With a variety of age-appropriate, stimulating games, toys, and an environment created for climbing, sliding, jumping and exploring. After-school just got even more fun.
Smart space is designed for the way you live. That means spacious, thoughtful layouts with open kitchens and living spaces made for entertaining, paired with generously-scaled master bedroom suites, luxurious baths, and ample storage. Every inch has been carefully considered to maximize the possibilities.
It's plain as day. Just one look around, and you’ll know that this area is going places – and that you’d better get on board. So join us at 88 & 90 Lex, where two buildings offer so many choices, with beautifully conceived condominiums thoughtfully laid out over 19 stories. Choose from spacious 1-4 bedroom residences.
The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor: HFZ 88 Lexington Avenue Owner LLC - File No. CD13-0277 and HFZ 90 Lexington Avenue Owner LLC - File No. CD13-0276, with an address at c/o HFZ Capital Group, 600 Madison Avenue, Fifteenth Floor, New York, NY 10022.
The artist representations and interior decorations, finishes, appliances and furnishings are provided for illustrative purposes only. Sponsor makes no representations or warranties except as may be set forth in the Offering Plan.
Sponsor reserves the right to substitute materials, appliances, equipment, fixtures and other construction and design details specified herein with similar materials, appliances, equipment and/or fixtures of substantially equal or better quality. All dimensions are approximate and subject to normal construction variances and tolerances. Square footage exceeds the usable floor area. Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the terms of the Offering Plan. Plans and dimensions may contain minor variations from floor to floor. Equal Housing Opportunity.
HFZ Capital Group is a Manhattan-based real estate investment and development company formed in 2005. Today, HFZ has emerged as one of the most prolific developer of luxury residential condominiums in Manhattan. Presently the company is managing and developing over 5 million square feet of Manhattan real estate and bringing more than 2,000 luxury units to market.
Some of HFZ's recent projects include the acquisition, development and construction of mixed-use residential condominiums located at 505 West 19th Street, One Madison Avenue, Halcyon at 305 East 51st Street, The Marquand located at 11 East 68th Street, 11 Beach Street, 215 Chrystie Street, The Chatsworth located at 344 West 72nd Street, 20 West 40th Street, The Astor located at 235 West 75th Street, Fifty Third and Eighth located at 301 West 53rd Street, as well as the Shore Club in Miami Beach.