90 Lexington Avenue



Building Description

Built a half-century ago as an office building, 90 Lexington Avenue spent much of its life as offices for Blue Cross/Blue Shield. A conversion to residences unlocked the significant potential of those one-time offices, though, resulting in the emergence, in 2007, of Lex Lofts. Where there once had been offices were now 107 spacious, sun-filled loft-style apartments that featured soaring ceilings, private balconies and terrific city views, all in a terrifically convenient East Side location in short, a wonderful no-fee rental opportunity. With a location that's steps from 6 train stop at 28th Street and nestled amid some of the finest restaurants in Manhattan from the informal Shake Shack in nearby Madison Park to the Michelin-rated 11 Madison Park near that Lex Lofts offers an ideal location in the neighborhood-y Gramercy/Murray Hill/Kips Bay area. Lex Lofts is instantly recognizable on the street for its bold facade and oversized windows, and its available rental units many with condo-quality finishes are as impressive on the inside as the building is from the street. The apartments offer the high ceilings and copious natural light apartment-seekers expect in a luxury lofts, as well as new hardwood floors and resident-controlled air conditioners. Most of the available rental apartments also feature private outdoor space and condo-quality finishes in the kitchens now equipped with state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances and dishwashers and refurbished marble baths. Laundry facilities are available on each of Lex Lofts' 17 floors, and other modern conveniences include 24-hour doorman and concierge service and a full-service garage. A well-kept secret no longer, Lex Lofts offers those seeking luxury rental apartments in Manhattan a top-notch living experience in an ideal location.

Building Amenities

  • concierge
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • laundry room on every floor
  • lounge


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Nearby Transportation

Park Ave & 28th St (2 min walk)

  • 6

Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.


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