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The Getty (Photo Credits: Evan Joseph) The Getty (Photo Credits: Evan Joseph)
Before West Chelsea was stormed by architecturally adventurous buildings that make the most of their High Line proximity, the neighborhood was best known for its abundance of art galleries. The Getty is a sculptural new building designed by renowned architect and AD100 designer Peter Marino that hosts the Lehmann Maupin Gallery on its first two floors and the Tom Hill Art Foundation on the third and fourth floors.
Above the art spaces, are five full-floor apartments and one magnificent triplex penthouse which closed this past spring setting a downtown record of $59,058,500 ($5,826 / ft2). The first two apartments publically-listed in the building debuted last week, they are a 3-bedroom encompassing the entire sixth floor priced at $16.25 million and a 4-bed penthouse of the seventh floor asking $21 million. The sales team alerted us that construction is now complete and two model units have just been unveiled to fawn over below.
The Lehmann Maupin Gallery provided a selection of works for the model unit, and Mr. Marino took full control over all aspects of its interior design, just as he has for all other units in The Getty. With his discerning eye on the fixtures, finishes, floor plans, and rich materials from over 80 countries, no detail was overlooked. Each unit has its own unique floor plan and color palette, not to mention floor-to-ceiling windows, soaring ceilings, Daniel Boulud-designed kitchen with Gaggenau appliance suite, and baths clad in variegated marble.
501-West-24th-Street-2 Model unit interiors
"Art is integrated into every aspect of the building."--Peter Marino, AD100 designer of The Getty
501-West-24th-Street-3 Model unit living room
501-West-24th-Street-4 Kitchen
501-West-24th-Street-5 Bath
501-West-24th-Street-6 Bedroom
501-West-24th-Street-1 All images of The Getty via Evan Joseph
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