Ready for the Getty? A look at Victor Group and Shvo’s High Line condo project

The six-unit building will be completed this summer, according to a new report

TRD New York /
Apr.April 11, 2017 03:00 PM

Victor Group and Michael Shvo haven’t released many details about their luxury condo project in Chelsea, but the developers haven’t shied away from sharing renderings of the Getty’s exterior.

First spotted by Curbed, the new image shows the six-unit building overlooking a stretch of the High Line at 501 West 24th Street. The building’s facade is now complete, paving the way for work on the interiors.

In December, The Real Deal reported Victor Group and Shvo received approval from the New York Attorney General’s office to launch sales at the project, which has a projected sellout of about $140 million. Now it appears the building will be completed this summer, according to Curbed. [Curbed]Kerry Barger


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