Address: 360 East 89th Street
Size: 34 stories, 83 apartments
Prices: from $1.5 million
Sales and Marketing: Corcoran Sunshine
The SHoP-designed tower at 360 East 89th Street (formerly known as 1771 First Avenue) is steadily making progress on the Upper East Side, and two years after plans were first announced, some of the building's apartments are hitting the market. Though it was initially pegged as an "affordable luxury" development, Citizen360, as it's now known, is launching with asking prices that are more in line with what's typical for the neighborhood: Prices will start at $1.5 million and max out at over $12 million. Interiors will be designed by "holistic designer" Clodagh, who "will bring a sense of serenity" to the amenity spaces. The lobby will feature a green wall, and there will be a fitness center with a yoga studio and spa. The building will have 83 one- to four-bedroom units, plus penthouses, ranging from 900 to 4,500 square feet.
· Citizen360 [Official]
· ShoP's UES 'Affordable Luxury' Building Will Look Like This [Curbed]