The Parlour House is a historic NYC turn of the century Renaissance revival brownstone that was designed and constructed by the architect of Carnegie Hall - William Tuthill. The home serves as multi-functional space hosting a variety of photo/film shoots and events. We are conveniently located in central Harlem directly off of 125th Street. Notable Harlem staples such as Sylvia's and the Red Rooster are 3 short blocks away. We have hosted many T.V. and feature film productions as well as talents the likes of: Mary J Blige, Alicia Keys, Joel Schumacer, John Leguizamo, Amar'e Stoudemire and countless others.
We can facilitate film and photo production as we are a full service creative agency. We ask that weekday events wrap by midnite (12am) & that weekend events wrap by 1am. Clean up is the responsibility of the event organizes unless otherwise agreed upon beforehand. We have a full service staff to provide clean up and venue set up and break down if needed (must be negotiated beforehand). Food and alcohol are allowed, but must be arranged prior to the event.
I used this space for some filmed interviews for a documentary series. Ray was super helpful from scouting to the day of the shoot. The space looked great and we were able to get two beautiful, distinct looks from it. It was a pleasure working with Ray and filming at this location.
Ray was a phenomenal host. He assured that we had everything prepared ahead of time and was very responsive with any questions. I would highly recommend and refer those to use his space!