The Getty Residences is a 12-story collection of homes designed by renowned architect Peter Marino. Situated at 503 West 24th Street in the heart of West Chelsea Manhattan, the building merges the best in residential design, art and lifestyle into a single premier location overlooking the High Line. Below the residences, the building is home to the Lehmann Maupin Gallery on its first two floors, and the Hill Art Foundation on the third and fourth floors.
Marino conceived of the building as a collection of five residences, each a masterpiece within a singular composition, embodying custom materials, dramatic ceiling heights, and palettes hand selected by Peter Marino. Each residence has an individually-unique floor plan.
The Getty’s only sunken living room—a double-height expanse facing the High Line and Hudson River beyond—sets the dramatic tone for Residence No. 7, featured in this portfolio with photographs by Robert Granoff. The rich Walnut paneling in the hallways and wide plank Espresso-Stained Oak floors are juxtaposed with an array of lighter finishes including the living room’s towering fireplace of silvery Aviana Limestone.
"Residents have an immediate connection to the adjacent High Line Park and, from the upper floors, Hudson River views," says Marino.
"Both directions—views out and views from the High Line—were considered," he explains. "The Getty, with is sculptural façade, is on one of the last corner parcels in Chelsea, and at night when illuminated, it becomes a lantern for the elevated High Line and former railroad bed just beyond." A work of art in itself.