Pricing $250/hour 1-6 people and then $10 per person (per hour) thereafter. Unavailable until 8/27 -Custom designed furniture -Expertly crafted amenities -Spacious and great for feature films and large TV productions. -Great natural light -Five levels, superb modern design -Kids bedrooms -You will be amazed on your location scout -Wooden terraces -Rooftop access -Aquarium -Driveway and Garage (for filming only)
An insurance policy of at least $1M is required to rent the space. Guests must name the property as an additional insured on the commercial general liability policy in connection with the production and provide a certificate of the same. A $1M policy can be easily purchased at www.theeventhelper.com - All rentals include setup, breakdown and the walk-through at the end of the shoot - Guests must provide additional insurance - Host must be made aware if any parking permits will be obtained, permits must be provided as soon as they are available. - Hosts may not unlawfully cone or hold parking spaces anywhere on the block. - Host MUST be made aware if any generators will be used. Host reserves the right to power down any generators that run past quiet hours. - Host MUST be made aware of ANY exterior shots, scenes and exterior lighting setups. - Use of neighbors' exterior property for shooting will NOT be tolerated. Monies will be drawn from your security deposit as penalty and your shoot may be terminated. - Furniture must be moved back to where it was found - All garbage must be placed in designated areas - if more than 4 large contractor bags, garbage must be taken with you. - No smoking inside the property or anywhere on the estate. A security deposit is required. The amount of the security deposit will equal the amount of the deductible for 3rd party property damages according to your insurance policy OR half the payment made to Peerspace, whichever amount is greater. This security deposit must be a certified check, money transfer (Venmo etc) or cash. It will be returned to you 5 days after the conclusion of your shoot, assuming there was no damage to the property, or violation of the house rules. If monies are drawn from this security deposit, it will be done so reasonably. The language for the appropriate handling of the deposit can be negotiated in the location agreement. *Note - The security deposit is not meant to be a substitute for your production insurance. It is meant to cover damages that are either; a) too low for your insurance to cover (which is why we ask that it matches your deductible) b) or damages that require immediate fixing (i.e. broken window, broken alarm system etc.) The SD is also meant to function as a deterrent for the violation of any of the foregoing rules. Penalty amounts will be commensurate to the particular rule broken, with a strong emphasis on disturbances to neighbors, (i.e. stealing shots on neighbors' property, blocking active driveways, violating quiet hours, 311 calls etc.) Shooting will occur regularly at this location, neighbors simply cannot be inconvenienced or trespassed against anymore than necessary. Having said that, there is no expectation any of this will occur. Professionalism is what is expected, and has been my experience with Peerspace shoots.