From Douglas Elliman:
The Getty, architect Peter Marino’s stunning new 12-story residential building in Manhattan’s West Chelsea neighborhood, has all the hallmarks of a masterwork. The architecturally daring project was designed with 60 different finishes of stone, marble and wood from four different continents. Presenting a collection of six distinct residences features include 130 SF, clear-cut glass panels, double-height ceilings in the living room, dedicated reinforced art walls, and hydronic floor heating throughout. Each room offers stunning light and beautiful open city views, with every detail thoughtfully conceived and immaculately executed The Getty is truly a stunning work of art.
From the moment of its genesis, the architect thought of the project as a work of art, an approach mandated by the site itself. Located directly next to the High Line at the heart of the city’s contemporary gallery district and a stone’s throw from the Whitney Museum of American Art’s dazzling new home, the metal and glass building replaces a Getty gas station.
Additional building features include a custom Peter Marino Technogym fitness room as well as a fully attended lobby.