The 3,368-square-foot, four-bedroom residence centers around a courtyard to blend indoor and outdoor living
The largest and most expensive penthouse at 88&90 Lex, a twin-tower complex in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, has found a buyer for $11 million.
The 3,368-square-foot, four-bedroom residence, dubbed Penthouse A, went into contract last week, per listing records. The buyer intends to use the penthouse as a primary residence in New York, a source familiar with the deal told Mansion Global.
This sale “reflects a major milestone that demonstrates the thoughtful design, desirable amenities and ideal location our buildings offer,” said Ziel Feldman, chairman and founder of HFZ Capital Group, the developer.
The developer, with the help of New York-based Workshop/APD Architecture & Design, converted two buildings—one a pre-war 1927 building and the other a post-war 1958 building—into two distinct condo towers. The pre-war features an Art Deco classic design, and the post-war is updated into a sleek and modern residential tower.
Sales of the development began in 2015. And the other two three-bedroom penthouses sold for $5.2 million and $6 million, respectively, in the first quarter of this year, according to public records.
Situated on a corner on the top floor of the 13-story 90 Lex, Penthouse A has an open-floor plan with a corner living room, dining room and an open kitchen. The residence features high ceilings, cove and recessed overhead lighting, grey oak floors, and concealed window pockets pre-wired for electronic solar shades.
There is a large, 38-by-18-foot private courtyard with built-in grill and kitchenette for outdoor entertaining.
Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, a private garage, a fitness center, an indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi, a landscaped roof deck, a children’s playroom and a lounge with screening room.