The Sedgewick Hotel is a 16 floor  upscale hotel that became infamous as the site of the Ghostbusters' first official case. However, allegations the hotel is haunted was always denied by management. 
Differences Between CanonEdit
- Morris Grout and Bud appear to be the only ones working here, while in the first movie, the hotel has a large staff.
- Slimer's original capture in the original 1984 Ghostbusters film is alluded to on various occasions.
- Although the Sedgewick appeared on Slimer!, it never made an appearance on The Real Ghostbusters.
- The Slimer! Series Bible confirms the Sedgewick Hotel is located near Central Park. 
- The Slimer! Series Bible alluded to an incident where Manx got into Van Huego's penthouse apartment and unraveled the Persian carpet. As a result, Fred was blamed and sent to obedience school. 
- Mrs. Van Huego and Fred live on the 16th floor. 
- The Sedgewick Ghosts occupy the 13th floor that isn't supposed to exist. 
- The Ghost Travel Guide rates the Sedgewick at three shrieks.
- Sedgewick Hotel
- Welcome to the Hotel Sedgewick Level (realistic version)
- Return to the Sedgewick Level (realistic version)
- Welcome to the Hotel Sedgewick Level (stylized version)
- Return to the Sedgewick Level (stylized version)
- Sedgewick Hotel (Mission)
- Sedgewick 2 (Mission)
- Hotel (Side Missions)
- ↑ "Out with Grout"
- ↑ Morris Grout (2009). Slimer!- "Slimer for Hire" (1988) (DVD ts. 13:13-13:19). Time Life Entertainment.
- ↑ Kaufman, Charles, Janson, Len & Menville, Chuck (1988). Slimer! Series Bible (Revised Final 3/9/88)" Script p. 21. DIC Enterprises, Inc. Paragraph Reads: "The Sedgewick is near Central Park -- on the far edge of Slimer's neighborhood, so that it is a bit of a journey to get there from the firehouse."
- ↑ Kaufman, Charles, Janson, Len & Menville, Chuck (1988). Slimer! Series Bible (Revised Final 3/9/88)" Script p. 26. DIC Enterprises, Inc. Paragraph Reads: "Like the time the sneaky cat slipped into Fred's penthouse apartment and unraveled the Persian carpet. That earned Fred a lifetime course at an overpriced obedience school -- which is another place Fred escapes from."
- ↑ "Out with Grout"
- ↑ "Scareface"
- ↑ Egon Spengler (2015). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #3" (2015) (Comic p.4). Egon says: "The Sedgewick Ghost."