Posted by Leonard Steinberg of URBAN COMPASS on December 6th, 2014

Victor Homes and Michael Shvo revealed the Peter Marino-designed building located at the old Getty Station site at 24th Street and Tenth Avenue (239 Tenth Avenue) in West Chelsea, New York at Design Miami as part of the Art Basel fanfare, which naturally had to include Kim Kardashian’s presence, a star known for her remarkable cultural tastes.

The 12 story, 8 unit building facade will be clad in blackened bronze with architectural references somewhat reminiscent of 100 Eleventh Avenue, 101 Warren Street, 40 Mercer Street and 25 Bond Street. All bathrooms will be individually appointed giving each unit an individualized flavor.

The building is scheduled to be completed in the Summer of 2016, completing West Chelsea’s most desirable Art Gallery District block that includes 200¬†Eleventh Avenue, 560 West 24th Street and 508 West 24th Street, some of New York’s most desirable condominiums moments from the Highline and Hudson River PArks, the new hudson Yards which will include a Neiman Marcus and a 10 minute stroll to the new Whitney Museum in the Meatpacking District.