This spectacular, central Harlem townhouse has over 5,000 sq ft of interior space available for rental amongst it's 5 floors. We accommodate for both production projects as well as private/public events. It is one of the largest single family homes in Upper Manhattan. This space is a well-preserved piece of Harlem's history. It is one of a row of seven townhouses designed in the late 19th Century by William B. Tuthill, the visionary architect of Carnegie Hall. Our space has been used for numerous TV shows, music videos, documentaries, and events. Some of the most notable being the music videos of Alicia Key's "Fallin" (the original piano is still in the home) and Mary J. Blige's "911". As well as the hit TV show "The Deuce" from HBO and much much more. This space is on a quiet block directly across the street from Marcus Garvey park on the East and the famous showroom of Harlem's legendary designer Dapper Dan on the West. It is just a short walk away from amazing restaurants, shopping and MTA transit (2 & 3 train) and a few blocks away from Central Park. The main space available is our Parlor floor that has a stage, piano, and 3 fireplaces. As well as the first floor that includes a living room with couches and a small office space (or powder room) for guest, with a large kitchen and open garden in the back. You can inquire with us about using the 3rd/ 4th floor or the cellar depending on the given project, we are open to any and all requests! We hope to host you soon, much love!
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