Unit #806 at 88 & 90 Lexington, a pre-war building and modern post-war building combo in Manhattan's NoMad, has been unveiled asking $4.72 Million. The unit is a 3 bedroom, 3 full-bath and 1 half-bath residence spread over 2,319 SF. It features stunning, contemporary interior design by RH, formerly known as Restoration Hardware, from their RH Modern line. Unit #806 also features 10' 2" ceilings, oversized windows, contemporary kitchen, French limestone master bathroom with deep soaking tub, master-suite with 2 walk-in closets, and a large, open living room. Avant-garde canvases and artwork adorning the walls throughout the residence, emphasizing the its gallery-inspired walls and creating a clean, timeless aesthetic with a modern touch. Accents by RH include a massive, plush washed Belgian linen white sectional emboldened by a 60” cast root coffee table in a bronze finish, a Bezier panel six-door media console and Niccolo floating leaner mirror bronze finish. The kitchen includes a concrete pier round dining table with a Pauillac round chandelier above it, as well as a porthole bar and La Salle medal-wrapped glass sideboard and hutch. 88 Lexington, Unit #806 is listed for $4,720,000 by Beth Stern of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group.