Midtown Penthouse Loft

Midtown Penthouse Loft

person Max crew size 20 house One Room, Natural Light, Indoor, Outdoor
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Our Lofts comprise of 8 stu...

$3,500 /per day

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About our studio

Our Lofts comprise of 8 studios totaling 32,000 sq ft with one Manhattan and one Brooklyn location. All are easy to work in daylight lofts perfect for photography, film and video shoots and provide many elements of decorated home environments. There are 3 bathroom sets and 6 shootable kitchens as well as bedrooms, living rooms, fireplaces and 2 rooftops.

Here’s general information for all of the studios:There are 5 Brooklyn Studios at 470 Flushing Avenue @ Spencer Street on the South side of Williamsburg. Each Studio is approximately 4,000 sq ft.The 5th Floor Studio has the largest open space and best light with a cleaner, upscale look, less brick and more clean walls. There's a great kitchen and a beautiful 30’ long wall of built in bookcases centered by an ornate oversized fireplace.The new 4th Floor Studio is rougher and the least ‘finished’ of my spaces but is wide open with great light, lots of windows and distressed brick walls.The 3rd Floor Studio has windows on 4 sides (great light) with a terrific kitchen including an island with a gas cooktop that can be disconnected and moved.The 2nd Floor Studio has windows South & West and some facing East with the best and largest set bathroom in New York.The 1st Floor Studio has windows on all sides and White painted wood floors. Lights can be placed outside of all the windows.The Studios come furnished as seen on the website. Everything not nailed down can be moved.

The Manhattan Studios are at 28 west 36th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue's, 2 blocks North of the Empire State Building.The Penthouse and 11th Floor are each 4,500 sq ft with windows facing North, South and West. The Penthouse has 4 skylights (amazing light), a beautiful country kitchen and a 16’ x 16’ set bathroom with an open shower and vintage claw foot bathtub.The 10th Floor Studio is 2,000 sq. feet with a cement floor, windows on 3 sides, a small White kitchen and also has great light.The roof deck, famous for its view of the Empire State Building is directly accessed by 2 elevators and can be used with any of the studios. The roof is an additional $1,000 for shoots booked in combination with any of our Manhattan studios (we do not rent the roof alone).Included in the rental price with all of the studios are apple boxes, sand bags, V flats, a camera cart, auto poles & cross bars, a steamer, iron & ironing board, rolling racks, wireless internet, folding tables, all of the furniture and props and an i-pod ready stereo.

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  • checkbox Multi-Room
  • checkbox Natural Light
  • checkbox Indoor
  • checkbox Outdoor
  • checkbox Still Life
  • checkbox Sound Stage
  • checkbox Soundproof
  • checkbox Cyclorama

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  • checkbox White Walls
  • checkbox Exposed Brick
  • checkbox Shooting Kitchen
  • checkbox Shooting Bathroom
  • checkbox Rooftop
  • checkbox Overhead Shooting
  • checkbox Wood Floors
  • checkbox Outdoor access
  • checkbox Garden access
  • checkbox Black out shades
  • checkbox Vehicle access
  • checkbox Cityscape/Skyline views

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  • checkbox WiFi
  • checkbox Digital Tech On-Site
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  • checkbox Computers available
  • checkbox Sound System
  • checkbox Pet Friendly


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  • checkbox Kitchen
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