"Our 1,000 square foot, exposed brick apartment is great for lifestyle shoots, small film productions, and rehearsals. You'll have access to the entire apartment including a fully furnished basement, kitchen,bedroom and yard. The modern aesthetic throughout the kitchen and living room will give you a variety of angles and looks. Take advantage of exposed brick throughout the space and a white brick photo backdrop in the basement. Capitalize on the fall foliage by capturing shots in our spacious backyard. Production equipment is not provided, but on-site parking and street-level access make loading in and out very easy for crews. Guests will have access to the kitchen for crew/talent use. Our space is conveniently located 2 blocks away from A/C Utica Station, 1 block North of a Citibike station, and a short walk from the B15 bus station."
Back bedroom is my bedroom but access to outdoor space is granted with prior permission. No smoking or pets allowed. Keeping the space clean and preserved is top priority with anything brought in/out of the space. No shoes on rugs or furniture, also please no gear, bags, etc on rugs, beds, furniture.
The space was beautiful and perfect for our staff retreat. It had everything we needed. The host was wonderful and very accommodating. If we had any questions he responded right away. It was a really great experience!
Jeromy was such a pleasure to work with! I needed a space last minute and he 100% came through. Incredibly responsive and with a fantastic place to go with it. We definitely enjoyed our stay here. You will not be disappointed in booking this location.
Always a lovely time here. Host is always warm and accommodating. Looking forward to utilizing the place again in the near future. Thank you Jeromy and PeerSpace.
Jeremy was so sweet! His place is GORGEOUS and was perfect for my brand. Jeremy gave us a great tour and intro to all the smart devices in the space and made himself available throughout my booking time to answer questions. I would absolutely book his space again!
It was a really cute space but the entire basement smelt like weed. It was awkward explaining to the CEO interviewee, what the smell was. Not ideal for professional situations