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Luxury Residence at Zeckendorf Development’s Newest Project, 1289 Lexington

1289 Lexington is the newest addition to the Zeckendorf portfolio, joining such illustrious buildings as 520 Park Avenue, 18 Gramercy Park South, and 15 Central Park West. The new 18-story tower, designed by the esteemed HOK Architects, with bespoke interiors by Architectural Digest 100 Designer Lee Mindel of SheltonMindel, offers incredible spaces in which to live. The limestone-clad tower provides grand proportions, oversized bay windows, soaring ceiling heights, and some of the best closet space in Manhattan.

Each of the 61 residences was thoughtfully designed for comfortable living. Primary bedroom suites include large walk-in closets and marble baths. Kitchens feature marble islands, custom walnut cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances including gas cooktops with vented hoods. Each home includes a four-pipe heating and cooling system with Nest controls and private laundry with a vented dryer.

Amenities include a large and elegant lounge with a catering kitchen; a rooftop terrace with fireside seating, a kitchen with grill, and an outdoor shower; a windowed fitness center designed by The Wright Fit; a fun-filled playroom created by Silver Hill Atelier; a multimedia music room; a conference room with remote meeting capabilities; private Zoom/study pods; as well as free bicycle storage and private storage bins for sale.

This 18-story condominium tower is positioned where the Upper East Side meets Carnegie Hill, with immediate access to the Lexington Avenue subway and multiple bus lines. Located between Central and Carl Schurz parks, 1289 Lexington is close to the Metropolitan, Guggenheim and Neue Galerie museums. Shopping at Whole Foods, Eli’s and Grace’s is just outside the door. And one can enjoy Uva, Café Sabarsky, Sistina and myriad other great restaurants on a regular basis.

About residence 10B – $7.545MM
Apartment 10B at 1289 Lexington is an elegant 3,078’ four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home with 10’ ceilings and extraordinarily large windows, allowing southern and western light to fill the apartment. The corner living room has the dimensions of a loft and flows into an open, windowed kitchen that features Gaggenau appliances, a grand marble island, custom walnut cabinets, and a vented stove hood. Each of the four bedrooms is much larger than those typically found in new developments and there are four walk-in closets. The bathrooms feature slab and mosaic marbles in a light, serene palate. Perfectly centered between two parks, and next to myriad forms of transportation, Apartment 10B is an oasis of quiet and light amid the wonderful excitement of Manhattan. With a complete suite of onsite amenities and the service for which Zeckendorf buildings are renowned, 1289 Lexington is a perfect synthesis of good living and good value.