Live the Park Avenue dream in the most elegant new property on the historic Upper East Side. Experience unprecedented, Missoni-designed living along the edge of Biscayne Bay. Each of LX Collection’s luxury condominium properties is selected based on its notable architecture, elevated design, world-class amenities, and unparalleled services. Discover your next global address.
Located at the corner of 79th Street and within the landmark West End-Collegiate Historic District, 393 West End is the work of development firm Rabina, who transformed the iconic Upper West Side prewar building into a collection of 75 one- to four-bedroom residences, many with views of the Hudson River. These homes’ elegant, warm tones draw inspiration from French design elements. Award-winning architecture and design practice CetraRuddy led the redesign, placing an emphasis on preserving the historic charm while incorporating contemporary conveniences.
393 West End Avenue
Upper West Side, New York
Situated at the intersection between Boston’s Back Bay, Beacon Hill and Theater District neighborhoods, The Parker is a 22-story ground-up development that offers luxury living surrounding some of the city’s most coveted hotspots and landmarks. Offering a collection of 168 studio- to two-bedroom homes, The Parker is celebrated for its elegant design, attainable price points, pristine skyline views, and close proximity to entertainment and exquisite dining options. For added convenience, residents can purchase select homes fully furnished and move-in ready.
Downtown Boston, Boston
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The rolling, sweeping form of Battersea Roof Gardens cuts an elegant figure through the regenerated Battersea Power Station district. Designed by the highly regarded architectural firm Foster + Partners, these high-end condominium residences form part of a thrilling new neighborhood, thronging with new parks, restaurants, and sculptural works of art. The residences also house many of Battersea’s on-site facilities, including a wealth of lounges, bars, and dining areas. As the name suggests, the crowning glory of Battersea Roof Gardens is a sky-high oasis from which residents are gifted panoramas of the London skyline, as well as an up-close encounter with the power station’s seminal smokestacks.
Battersea Roof Gardens
Battersea Power Station, London
Contemporary living comes to Fitzrovia, with this newly-minted collection of boutique residences, which rubs shoulders with the cocktail bars, private galleries and independent eateries this quarter of London is renowned for. Residents can savor the splendor of generously proportioned, high-ceilinged spaces, safe in the knowledge they barely need to travel at all in order to relish the West End’s superlative culture. For the urbane city dweller who prefers to do their commuting by foot and experience the thrill of the metropolis day in/day out, the prospect of 101 on Cleveland is about as irresistible as it gets.
101 on Cleveland
Situated in Miami’s cultural mecca, the Wynwood Arts District, NoMad Residences Wynwood is the first residential concept from the hospitality icon NoMad, best known for its former NoMad hotel in New York City. Rising just a block away from the trendy outdoor street art museum, Wynwood Walls, NoMad Residences Wynwood is a collaboration between developers Related Group and Tricap, along with NoMad’s parent company, Sydell Group. The low-rise building was designed with ultimate comfort and flexibility in mind and offers residents the option to rent their homes to guests, with an expert in-house property management team spearheading check-in and checkout.
Located in Belgravia, the elegantly low-rise Chelsea Barracks comprises 638 two- to seven-bedroom duplexes, townhouses, and apartments in a former military base. These gleaming Portland stone residences pay homage to the centuries-old buildings found throughout the neighborhood and are interlocked by seven freshly formed garden squares—historically an emblem of upscale London living. Architectural firms Dixon Jones, Squire & Partners, and Eric Parry Architects infused this residential enclave with a modern ambience too. Epitomizing this coming together of classicism and the contemporary are the residences’ oversized windows gazing over Chelsea’s steeple-studded landscape.