1920, Chestnut Street, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, 19103, United States of America
- Apartment, Apartment Building, Residential
1920 Chestnut Street was built in 1883 as an annex to the Aldine Hotel, now the Boyd Theater. The property was purchased in the early 1930s by Frigidaire for a Center City showroom. Renzi Property Management purchased the building and converted it into a mixed-use of condominiums, office space, and Veda, a modern Indian restaurant on the ground floor. The 10-story Center City condominium building houses just 2 units per floor, with some floors containing only 1 unit. Very modern finishes throughout in a grand pre-war condo building. All units in 1920 are flats. Tenants pay all utilities.