The Chandler Building

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Coordinates: 37°51′54.9″N 122°15′31.37″W / 37.865250°N 122.2587139°W / 37.865250; -122.2587139

the chandler building
front door

The Chandler Building (sometimes called the Chandler Apartments) is a historic building at the corner of Dwight Way and Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, California. It is 4 stories tall. It was built in the 1920s.

The building is the featured setting of a 2002 mystery novel The Chandler Apartments by Owen Hill, who wrote the book while living there. The building is currently unoccupied as a result of a fire on 22nd November 2015.

It is the former residence of novelist Jonathan Lethem.[citation needed]

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