High ceilings loft set up as a Photo Studio in a doorman building located on West 42nd Street between Times Square and the Hudson River. Well lit with natural and air conditioned, includes Wi-Fi, grip equipment and backdrops .Production/make up room and bathroom in studio. Perfect for readings, acting rehearsals, theater rehearsals, music rehearsals, interviews,pop up shops,fashion, portraits, still life, arts, dance shoots, videos and more. 750 square footage, 12' ceilings, big windows . As a large space it is also ideal for seminars, art exhibit , performance A projector is available Lumen 1200 Black light blocking windowblinds installed as a day rate $300/day. 8 hours long. A$100 discount from hourly booking For video/film Hourly rate $100 Day rate $500/day. 8 hours long
Cancellation: Peerspace's policy Cleanup: cleanup during booked session Setup:setup during booked session No alcohol no smoking no pornography Personal liability insurance policy required Thank you
Daphne was very helpful, especially with cleaning up. I was showing a movie. If you plan on showing a movie with the projector, make sure that you being setup at least 30 minutes in advance because it's pretty complicated.
Very spacious indoor location with a good amount of overhead and natural light. Filmed a scene for a short film and was able to cut down the lighting as much as possible. Great host. Thanks again.
This was my second appointment in this space and once again, incredible! Daphne's place was perfect - plenty of light, quiet, and lots of room. I also appreciated how Daphne helped me through the entire process. She is a true professional and great host. Would absolutely book again.
Great space in a handy location. The changing facilities were clean. However I have never been to a studio where the lights were not already set up to go. The softboxes were not fitted and neither were the bulbs. Also the aircon did not work. There was also confusion over what space we were allowed to shoot in. We were under the impression that we had booked the whole space. The host Daphne was very apologetic but these issues need to be addressed to ensure the studio's popularity.