Most recently a dormitory for married General Theological Seminary students, 422W20 was designed by Neville & Bagge and built in 1895. Slated for occupancy late summer, 422W20 is a precision renovation using the existing floor plans with significant improvements: central air conditioning, new windows, and new design elements by Alan Wanzenberg Architects, including new floors, kitchens, bathrooms, and amenity spaces.
Located on tree-lined 20th Street, directly across from the General Theological Seminary’s private garden The Close, 422W20 presents an incredible opportunity to enjoy classic Chelsea living at an extraordinary value. Amenities at 422 W 20 will include part time doorman, 24 hour Virtual Doorman®, roof deck, fitness center, laundry room, game room, bicycle storage, live-in superintendent and access to The Close, a block long enclosed garden. Private storage spaces are also included with purchase. Developers of the well-received Chelsea Enclave, the Brodsky’s continued their investment in the General Theological Seminary with the purchase of 422W20.