Having replaced a row of pre-war apartment blocks from the NW corner of 89th Street and 1st Ave in New York City's Upper East Side, the construction and subsequent completion of Anbau's Citizen360, marks but the latest in a series of redevelopments to debut in the area over the last few years. 

360Citizen, image via Google Street View

Designed by SHoP Architects, the 34-storey, 84-unit, residential tower features a grey, masonry-clad "woven facade" punctuated by vertical rows of reflective window panes. 

Citizen360, living room, holistic interior design by Clodagh

Inside, holistic interior designer Clodagh has brought a high level of spa-like tranquility to the living spaces, the top-end finishes complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows, which combine to give every one of the three-and-four-bedroom suites an airy, calming presence. 

Citizen360, bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, holistic interior design by Clodagh

Citizen360's long list of amenities include a fitness centre, lounge, theatre room, children's playroom, art studio, pet grooming station, bike storage, and automated parking. Combining all of the elements needed for a holistic lifestyle, from fitness to well-being, the well-appointed amenity spaces will be capped off by the lobby and main entrance which will be home to a living wall complete with water feature and rock garden.

SkyriseCities will be sure to return to this project as progress continues. For more information, check out the associated Database file and Forum thread, and as always, feel free to join the conversation in the comments section below. 

Related Companies:  Anbau, SHoP Architects