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Done deals: High life on lower Lex

Developer Ziel Feldman is celebrating a record-breaking sale at his 88&90 Lex.


The chairman and founder of HFZ Capital Group just announced his firm has sold the last remaining penthouse in 90 Lex for $9,716,507.00

Originally listed for $11 million, the sale is the most expensive ever on lower Lexington Avenue. (Harry Macklowe’s 150 East 72nd Street aka 993 Lexington holds the record for the whole avenue with a $15.27 million penthouse sold in 2014.)

“This reflects a major milestone that demonstrates the thoughtful design, desirable amenities and ideal location our buildings offer,” said Feldman

Located inside 90 Lex, Penthouse A is a four bedroom, 4.5-bath corner home crowning the top of the building and featuring its own private courtyard.

It was bought by an LLC connected to Sun Capital Partners, a private equity firm that has invested in everything from Johnny Rocket’s restaurant chain to Point Blank, the bulletproof vest maker.

222 E80th St. #8G

Renovated two-bedroom, 1-bath home with private outdoor space in a full-service co-op. Deep-stained European white oak engineered floors and built-in cabinetry. West-facing great room with balcony. Asking Price: $975,000. CC: $1,958. Days on Market: 158 Days. Agents: Lindsay Barton Barrett, Cristina Criado, Christina Abad, Douglas Elliman.

Sutton Place
400 E56th St. #35F

High-floor one bedroom, 1.5-bath apartment offering open living and dining room with an adjacent kitchen with service entrance for deliveries. King-sized bedroom with en-suite bath. Plaza 400 is a full-service, white glove luxury building with a private rooftop swimming pool and sundeck. There is also a gym, on-site parking garage and 24-hour doorman/concierge, two lounge areas, children’s playroom and a concierge desk. Asking Price: $825,000. CC: $1,962. Days on Market: 33 Days. Agents: Andrea Wernick and Kathryn L. Landow, Warburg Realty (pictured); Richard Nissan, Living NY.

Greenwich Village 
70 E10th St. #15T
High floor convertible two, 1.5-bath apartment at Stewart House. Large windows and open city views. Living room features a separate home office and dining area. Corner bedroom has en suite bath and walk in closet. Entry foyer, windowed kitchen. Asking price: $1,125,000.CC: $1692. Days on Market: 70 days. Agent: Michael J. Franco, Compass Real Estate.

107 Beadel Street

Circa 1910 brick two-family townhouse on 20 by 100 ft lot. The home is approximately 2,000 s/f plus full basement and backyard. In need of renovation. The first floor and basement can be converted into an owners’ duplex with private backyard and an income-producing rental unit upstairs. Original hardwood floors and architectural detail throughout. Located on a historic, tree-lined block. Asking Price: $990,000. Days on the Market: 3 weeks. Agent: Walter Steffen, Citi Habitats (pcitured).

34 Maspeth Ave.

First-floor, two-bedroom 2.5-bath duplex with 1,419 s/f of interior living space and a floating concrete staircase connecting the two floors. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors in the main living area and master suite overlook the backyard and fully retract to bring the outdoors in. Garden space includes an upper-level courtyard, a 23 ft. open bridge with glass railings and an exterior floating staircase. Kitchen is finished with custom cabinetry, quartzite countertops, and top-of-the-line Viking appliances.  Exposed brick and industrial-style details throughout.  Asking Price: $1,895,000. CC: $990. Days on the Market: 6 weeks. Agents: Carolina Gontijo, Citi Habitats (pictured); Brian Babst, Douglas Elliman. 

Columbia St. Waterfront
81 Warren Street #PH

Three bedroom, 2bath full floor residence set withint a 25 ft. wide brick townhouse. Northern and southern exposures, wide casement windows, private outdoor space. Kitchens equipped with reclaimed open shelving and white cabinetry, stainless steel and integrated appliances by Viking and Bosch. Spa baths trimmed in Carrara marble with Toto toilets and fixtures by Restoration Hardware. In-unit Bosch washer-dryer, multi-zone thermostat control and video intercom entry. Asking Price: $1,700,000. CC: $491. Days on Market: 84 Days. Agents: Lindsay Barton Barrett, Christina Abad and Cristina Criado, Douglas Elliman; Julie Cohen, Compass (pictured).

Park Slope 
701 Sackett St.

Five-bedroom, 3.5-bath townhouse originally built in 1899, Fully renovated to accommodate modern family lifestyle. Backyard accessible by the ground and second floor with two backyard decks. Two unfinished roof decks. The four-story home features a wood-burning fireplace in the living room and a library. The master suite features a bedroom with an additional fireplace. Asking Price: $3,250,000. Days on the market: 25. Agents: Ari Harkov, Halstead Real Estate; Daniel Blatman, Triplemint (pictured).

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