Marketed as “a castle within a castle,” the 12-story 150 West 22nd Street, otherwise known as the Chelsea Castle, features a restored lobby and a number of gothic elements, including gargoyles, dragons, vaulted ceilings and arched doorways.
Following the departure of tenant Geoff Howell, whose studio occupied the basement, ground and second floors, an opportunity for new tenants has emerged. A division of the space is possible, including an option for a retail tenant. However, the building’s position in the heart of Midtown South, on the border of Chelsea and the Flatiron District, places it in the center of the city’s hottest office submarket, and the potential exists for a co-working space to take all three floors.
Jay D. A. Fuller of M. Rappaport Co. and Eli Someck of Redwood Property Group spoke with The Commercial Observer about some of the building’s unique features and the different possibilities available to potential tenants.