Thanks for checking out our listing! The studio is a 2,500 s.f. warehouse full of cool props to decorate your film set. We have plenty of on-site parking, with two large adjacent fenced lots. The warehouse is located in a residential area, with street parking plentiful as well. Inside the shop you'll find: - 40 ft. exposed brick wall - a double-wide roll up garage door... super easy access, drive right inside to unload your gear. - a rotating collection of large, vintage neon signs. - a couple Harleys & dirt bikes. - a 1951 Buick with killer natural patina. -WWII era aircraft parts. -Vintage wooden ammo boxes -Cool antique car parts. -Sorry, Delorean not included! -Wood beam ceilings in one part of the warehouse, vaulted corrugated tin the other half. There's also a cinder block wall, and old gnarly industrial windows (west-facing with streaking afternoon sunlight) Different looks to choose from, all camera-ready at 360 degrees.
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Guests may cancel their Booking until 7 days before the event start time and will receive a full refund (including all Fees) of their Booking Price. Guests may cancel their Booking between 7 days and 24 hours before the event start time and receive a 50% refund (excluding Fees) of their Booking Price. Booking cancellations submitted less than 24 hours before the Event start time are not refundable. Learn more
Cooper D. booked a video shoot for 6 people
This space was AWESOME. The host was super welcoming, flexible, and made sure we had everything we needed. Will definitely be back.
Gabby M. booked a production for 17 people
Host was responsive and the space worked great for our needs! We filmed a video with about 20-25 people. Rian was very flexible and respectful of our production
Yuuki K. booked a photoshoot for 15 people
Amazing space hosted by an amazing individual – Had to have been one of the smoothest shoots I've been on. Rian's very communicative and very accommodating as well, couldn't have asked for a better location/host! Thanks, Rian!