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The Lexington Hill Condominium is an 8 story, 42 unit, contemporary elevator building with a brushed aluminum and sleek glass facade.  Designed by the renowned architectural firm of Gilman Architects and completed in 2012, this brand new building features a majestic 8 story glass overlook, dubbed The Glass Spire by its designers, which spans the entire height of the building above Lexington Avenue. This distinguishing feature invites much natural light and sets Lexington Hill "Lexi" apart from the neighborhood's existing architecture. This newest addition is the harbinger of exciting transition to SpaHa (East/Spanish Harlem). The building boasts a spacious common roof deck with commanding 360 degree views, setting a new standard for Upper Manhattan living.


The residences are comprised of studios, one and two bedroom apartments, most of which have private balconies or large, secluded outdoor terraces. Standard features include:

• Solid Oak Hardwood Floors  Spacious Living Areas  Large Bedrooms  Walk-in Closets  California Kitchens  Quartz Counter Tops  Kohler Kitchen Fixtures  Premium Stainless Steel Appliances  Italian Marble Flooring  Rich Cherry wood Cabinetry  Double Basins set in Marble Counter Tops  Kohler Bath Fixtures  Solar Heat Lamps  Marble Tiles  Climate Controlled/Central Air  In-Unit Washer-Dryer  Video Intercom Security  Ready Wired for Phone, Cable and High-Speed Internet Access. • Very Low Carrying Charges  10 Year Tax Abatement


The Lexington Hill Condominiums are situated at the base of Lexington Hill, where Carnegie Hill meets East Harlem (Lexington Avenue between 103rd and 104th Streets).  SpaHa is a vibrant cultural community on the precipice of a transformation to one of the hottest developing neighborhoods in Manhattan. Recently, with an influx of major retailers, restaurants, wine bars, cafes, indie shops and gourmet stores driving the economic renewal, property values continue to rise.  Lexi provides affordable luxury and guarantees a worthy return on investment.  Neighborhood attractions include Central Park Conservatory - English Gardens,  ​Museum of the City of New York, El Barrio Museum, Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN), Lasker Swimming Pool, Central Park East and North Meadows, and is situated only a short walk from the world famous Museum Mile.


Known for their innovative approach which pushes modern design elements to new heights, Gilman Architects is the team behind such notable landmarks as the Lighted Murano in Long Island City, the Curved Tower on Keap Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and now showcasing their innovation with the Lexington Hill Condominium.  Lexi reflects a new, clean, stylish arrangement. Gilman is a full service architectural firm dedicated to providing uniquely fashioned solutions and alternatives in design, which completely optimize the potential of natural elements, materials and space. With their inspirational vision and cutting edge creativity, Gilman has succeeded once again with this stunning architectural masterpiece, the quality of which is certain to be the benchmark for future area development.

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