Anbau Enterprises, Inc. unveiled its latest residential property: Citizen at 124 West 23rd Street.
The 16-story condominium offers 29 contemporary apartments in a live-work-play location, equidistant from Madison Square Park and the High Line Park.
The announcement was made by Stephen L. Glascock and Barbara van Beuren, Anbau’s principals.
“We are proud to introduce Citizen and believe its unique attributes will resonate with a diverse range of potential buyers. Citizen establishes a new standard of urban living,” Glascock said.
Citizen features a mix of studios through three-bedroom apartments, and full floor penthouses. Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, bicycle storage and a gym.
“Citizen is a thoughtfully designed building which reflects the aesthetic and artistic energy of the area,” said Iva Spitzer, executive vice president of Corcoran Group, exclusive sales agent for the property.
The building, designed by BKSK Architects, is created to target LEED Gold certification standards for sustainable design and construction.
“Citizen’s exterior expresses the elegance and craftsmanship of its Chelsea neighbors, while its interior serves its owners with practicality and stability – more storage, large closets, more light, pleasing palate, operable windows,” said BSKS Architects principal George Schieferdecker.
BSKS Architects principal Todd Poisson added, “Citizen is designed to appeal to the widest audience. It is a flexible, efficient envelope in which anyone and everyone can live their truest expression and aspiration.”
In addition to the residences, Citizen will offer approximately 4,000 s/f of ground-floor retail space.