Originally built in 1882, the designers at Under Dumbo decided to hold true to the building’s raw essence. Once home to the innovative Kirkman & Son Soap Company, the original steel silos from the factory have been preserved. The exterior features a red brick facade with large windows and black colonial style window grilles. UNDER DUMBO is a multi-level basement designated for film/production purposes. It is located on the border of Dumbo and Vinegar Hill putting in the hiatus zone. A freight elevator is accessible through the main entrance. Tumbled brick walls & columns, exposed pipelines, room-spanning ductwork and polished cement floors are intrinsic to the industrial architecture of the basement. The kitchen prep area is visible through a floor to ceiling glass wall with rustic wooden grilles. The space totals 6,000 square feet with 8-foot-high ceilings on the main level and 16-foot-high ceilings on the lower level. Discover why DUMBO is known as the “Walled City” with its warehouse lined waterfronts and cobblestone streets
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Kayla H. booked a production for 7 people
Uri and his team were very accommodating and allowed our team to scout the space beforehand. The load in and out was pretty easy despite the small elevator. Place was a little dusty and raw but it's a basement, so that's to be expected. Having the little kitchen area was definitely handy for keeping food in a clean place though.