The New York Times: Prewar, With a Twist

The Lobby at 88 & 90 Lex

The New York City prewar apartment is something of an icon: the unique layouts and traditional charm of these classic residences make them the Holy Grail of housing for many Manhattanites. With this in mind, HFZ Capital Group, the developer of 88 & 90 Lex, has preserved the charm of those older homes while modernizing the rest of the building to create a contemporary New York living experience. 88 Lexington is a 1927 building with a limestone facade, while 90 Lexington was erected in 1958. The project offers new luxury condos in one of the two differently styled structures, complete with a shared lobby and 8,000 square feet of amenities by Workshop/APD.

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