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NEIGHBORHOOD

Take a look at the map to see the flourishing district surrounding 88 & 90 Lex.

New York Design Center

New York Design Center

200 Lexington Avenue

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.

Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park

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.

Soul Cycle

Soul Cycle

12 West 27th Street

So much more than just spinning, Soul Cycle aims to bring joy and meaning to your daily workout. Except it's not just a workout anymore - it's a journey.

Eataly

Eataly

200 5th Avenue

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.

Sarabeth's

Sarabeth's

381 Park Avenue South, 27th Street

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.

Pete's Tavern

Pete's Tavern

129 East 18th Street

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.

Penelope

Penelope

159 Lexington Avenue

“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.

Park Avenue A/W & S/S

Park Avenue A/W & S/S

360 Park Avenue South

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.

Modern Pinball

Modern Pinball

362 3rd Avenue

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?

Blue Smoke Flatiron

Blue Smoke Flatiron

116 East 27th Street

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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