Designed by Charles A. Sandblom and opened in 1937, the Gramercy Theatre is a Manhattan gem. Over the years, the artistically and culturally significant institution has transformed from a movie theater and art house to an off-Broadway playhouse and, finally, to its current incarnation as a hard-hitting concert venue.
French furniture company Ligne Roset provided the furnishings for the gorgeous model unit at 90 Lexington, the modern half of the two-building NoMad development 88 & 90 Lexington from HFZ. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment shows off the building’s sleek, modern interiors via neutral colors that match the hardwood floors and stainless appliances. Generous floor-to-ceiling windows provide iconic Manhattan skyline views. When purchasing their condominium, residents will have the option of getting a design consultation from Ligne Roset, as well as a special discount if they choose to fill their home with the company’s beautiful furnishings. Read Article
Old meets new at 88 & 90 Lexington, where two buildings from Manhattan’s storied architectural past come together to form a uniquely New York development. Taking inspiration from both buildings, the NoMad residences retain the best aspects of prewar design—high ceilings and oversized windows—within a modern aesthetic that provides breezy, comfortable living spaces with plenty of room for customization. One model unit, a three-bedroom apartment in 88 Lexington, showcases how perfect modern furniture looks inside the space: neutral fabric and exposed woodgrain complement the condominium’s sleek cabinetry and oak flooring, and a few splashes of color really bring out the best in the stone and glass bathroom. Read Article
When tasked with designing the interiors for 88 & 90 Lexington’s apartments, award-winning design firm Workshop/APD knew they had their work cut out for them. The two-building development in NoMad presented a unique challenge because each structure has a different history and aesthetic: 88 Lexington is a prewar beauty built in 1927, while 90 Lexington was built 30 years later in a comparatively modern style. Workshop/APD looked at materials that wear well over time, using neutral-tone hardwood and custom marble to create homes that suit both styles. Read Article
Pictures of a new model condominium at 88 & 90 Lexington reveal a tasteful, modern interior worthy of the hip NoMad neighborhood. The sleek interior is decked out in Restoration Hardware’s RH Modern collection, which accentuates the elegant simplicity of design. The luxury residence features sleek cabinetry and fixtures that provide ample open space, which, for the model apartment, has been filled with a plush sofa sectional and rough-hewn dining table. The building is part of 88 & 90 Lexington, a new two-building NoMad condominium where one-bedroom apartments begin at $1.825 million and four-bedroom apartments are listed from $6.6 million. Read Article
Living in one of the luxury condos at 88 & 90 Lex in NoMad means that you’re located next door to the best-of-the-best of Manhattan’s gastronomic delights. Across Madison Square Park, fresh pizzas and scoops of gelato are served all day at Eataly, Mario Batali’s bustling haven for food lovers. Around the corner, James Beard Award-winning chef Daniel Humm helms the kitchen at Eleven Madison Park, which, with three Michelin stars, is widely considered the finest restaurant in America.
88 & 90 Lexington is not your typical luxury residential development. The project is the result of combining a pair of adjacent buildings—the prewar beauty at 88 Lexington and the midcentury tower at 90 Lexington—into a singular NoMad development that blends the two aesthetics into a soon-to-be Manhattan classic. One example of this new take is the building’s swimming pool, a sleek L-shaped indoor pool with a nearby hot tub and windows that admit natural light into the brightly-tiled space. The unique monochromatic mosaic on the ceiling gives the space a touch of modern artistry to admire while swimming some laps. Read Article
New York City and music go hand in hand, like the modern and classic design of the 88 & 90 Lexington apartments. Whether it’s Billie Holiday singing “Autumn in New York” or Lou Reed taking a walk on the wild side, the songs inspired by the city that never sleeps could fill countless playlists from every conceivable genre. Over the years, New York has provided ripe terrain for a host of musical scenes—from street harmonics, jazz, rock, and disco to New Wave, punk, and hip hop, to name just a few—and for myriad musicians whose careers were launched and thrived in clubs and concert halls around town. Whether you want to listen to a romantic street-corner saxophone solo or rousing rock concert, some of New York City’s most legendary music venues are just around the corner from your Madison Square Park condos.
The open kitchens and living spaces of 88 & 90 Lex’s luxury condos beg to entertain. So, instead of waiting to be invited to Thanksgiving dinner, call your friends and family and let them know that this year’s feast is at your new home. NoMad’s environs offer an eclectic mix of food and home furnishings to satisfy all tastes, so you can let your creative side run free and set a sumptuous, stylish table for your guests this holiday season.
With its classic style and proximity to renowned international private schools, Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood attracts residents from all over the world. These globetrotters will find no better place to live than 88 & 90 Lexington, the two-building renovation within a stone’s throw of both Ecole Internationale and the prestigious United Nations International School. And 88 & 90 Lexington’s modern one- to three-bedroom condominiums are able to accommodate a variety of family sizes. The project is the result of two buildings—one prewar, the other midcentury—being combined into a single development, and the result is a marriage of art deco sensibility with modern comfort that is pure Manhattan. Read Article