This is the Upper East Side like you’ve never seen it before. Developed by Anbau, designed by SHoP, and styled by Clodagh, this team is bringing a fresh new face to the seat of luxury living in Manhattan – and reimagining what luxury means.



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Citizen360 embodies the Yorkville neighborhood it calls home. Designed to match the look and feel of the older building surrounding it, it still manages to offer a minimalist, refined design to the city skyline. Designed with sustainability best practices in mind by the team who designed Uber’s HQ and the Barclays Center, Citizen360 is simultaneously striking and blends seamlessly into the existing built environment.
The textured façade perfectly captures modern style, without being another faceless glass tower. Casement windows and liberal use of brick teleports the tree-lined East 89th back in time, while the towering height reminds the world that the Upper East Side is firmly forward-looking.


The focus for SHoP and Clodagh is on creating a functional, open space with plenty of light. With that in mind, Clodagh’s unique strain of luxury minimalism comes to the fore. Combined with SHoP and Anbau’s commitment to natural, luxury materials, the results speak for themselves.

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They start in the hall, where a smoked walnut door greets you into your new condo. White oak floors throughout and floor to ceiling windows capture every ounce of sunlight for a bright, beautiful space. The kitchens are finished with the same smoked walnut millwork as the door, tying the space together, and every detail has been completed with the best possible materials. Persian white Pulido countertops, backsplash, and waterfall island contrast beautifully with the walnut cabinetry, and Chrome custom-made fixtures from Clodagh round out the space. Appliances are top of the line from all over the world, with Bosch dishwashers, Bertazzoni ovens, and fridges from Sub-Zero or Liebherr depending on the unit.

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In the master baths and secondary baths, the luxury continues with the finest materials from Spain, Portugal, and Germany. Apaiser countertops and Saint Louis limestone work beautifully to create a functional space, and teak vanities add a touch of warmth to the minimalist design.

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Secondary baths capture the same luxury, with Caesarstone countertops and oak vanities.
Finally, the master bedrooms are fully exposed with a cantilevered glass wall for stunning nighttime views.


The amenities are truly robust at Citizen360. They start with a well-appointed lobby with sleek, modern design and wood finishes for the perfect welcome home.

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Residents also have access to a three-story fitness center, with a central light well that draws people into the bright, clean space. Built and outfitted in conjunction with Jay Wright of The Wright Fit, the fitness center is truly second to none.
Finally, unwind in the on-premises spa. Clodagh turned all her talents and experience of spa design to build a world-class space that features relaxing fountains and an infrared sauna.
Other amenities include a private dining room, a lounge (complete with roaring fireplace) movie theater, and playroom. And with storage, bike storage, parking and a 24/7 concierge, all your functional requirements are taken care of as well.


Currently, there are 14 units available, ranging from two bedrooms all the way up to four bedrooms on the 31st floor.
Prices start at $2.1 million for a 2-bed, 2-bath unit with 1,300 square feet of living space on the fifth floor and increase up to $3.1 million for a 2-bed, 2.5-bath on the 24th floor with a total of 1,600 square feet of living space.
Three bedrooms start at $3.9 million and include over 2,000 square feet of living space and 3.5 bathrooms. They cap at $5.5 million for a 2,400-square foot unit on the 32nd floor.
Finally, there are two four bedroom units available for $6.3 and $6.6 million respectively. They’re both 2,800 square feet and include 4.5 bathrooms; however, one is on the 26th floor while the other is on the 31st.


Yorkville is a neighborhood on the Upper East Side with a long history as the home of luxury. And Citizen360 only builds that reputation. Like the building itself, Yorkville is a corner of the city that is constantly moving forward while still retaining strong links to its past. A combination of global brands and local artisanal craftsmanship mean everything you need is in your backyard.
Combined with some of the best parks in the city like Carl Schurz Park, fine dining options, and plenty of hole-in-the-wall cafes, you can wander forever and never stop discovering gems in your backyard.
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