The White Loft

I’m a terrible dancer, but if I could dance, this white loft is where I’d want to practice – unfurnished, it feels like a ballet studio; furnished, it’s a big, cozy home. Comfy soft sofas, fireplace, exposed brick walls, greenery outside the bedroom window, rustic furniture, clawfoot tub, and an adorable fifties-style second kitchen.

Square footage: 4,000

Amenities/Details:

  • Apple boxes  (Four Full size, Four 1/2 & Four 1/4)
  • Four V flats  (1/2” B & W Foam Core)
  • Extension cords (Six, various lengths)
  • Sand bags  (Six)
  • Auto poles & cross bars  (1 set w/ clamps & J hooks)
  • Camera cart
  • Rolling racks (Two with about 20 hangers each)
  • Steamer
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • I-pod ready stereo
  • Folding tables (Three 6’ )
  • Also included is the furniture you see on the website, most of which are easily movable.
  • There are no stands, lighting or camera equipment.
  • Roof usage available for $600/photo and $1,200/film.
    Parking lot available for $500/day.

The Modern Penthouse

Take the old-fashioned gated elevator in this Federal-style townhouse up to the uber-modern penthouse apartment with a patio, balcony, and a roof deck planted with grass, trees and flowers. The huge California kitchen is a chef’s heaven! Dine under the incredible modern skylight. The view from the roof is out of this world.

Square footage: 2,000 (Chef-style kitchens, one bathroom, study, roof patio, lofty living room, small back deck, balcony)

Amenities/Details:

  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Small elevator
  • Skylights
  • City views

The Manhattan Townhouse

This brick Federal-style townhouse opens up to a swirling ornate staircase that appears infinite. The townhouse features creamy paneled walls, fireplaces in almost every room, pocket doors, ornate columns, and a working antique elevator with a metal gate. All of the soaring windows have delightful built-in antique shutters. There are two large, modern, chef-style kitchens and one galley kitchen. At the top of this six-story manse there is a uber-modern penthouse apartment with a patio, balcony, and a roof deck planted with grass, trees and flowers. The view from the roof is out of this world.

Square footage: 12,000 (Bedrooms, living rooms, hallways, three chef-style kitchens, bathrooms, study, roof deck, finished basement, small back deck, penthouse patio)

Amenities/Details:

  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Small elevator
  • Skylights

The Manhattan Penthouse

The Penthouse is the ultimate, perfect Manhattan loft.  It has large skylights, stunning city views, huge walls of windows, big open spaces, some furniture (rustic, classic, and antique), a remarkable bathroom (with an open shower and clawfoot tub), and a roofdeck with fantastic views of Manhattan. This loft can be rented in conjunction with “The Gotham Loft,” which is downstairs in the same building.

Square footage: 4,500 (or 9,000 square feet if rented with the Gotham Loft which is separated by an elegant staircase.)

Amenities/Details:

  • 150 person limit for events
  • band and DJS are fine, no sound limitations
  • Full kitchen for catering
  • Elevator direct to loft
  • I-pod ready stereo
  • Folding tables (Three 6’ )
  • Also included is the furniture you see on the website, most of which are easily movable.
  • Rolling racks (Two with about 20 hangers each)
  • Extension cords (Six, various lengths)
  • Roof usage available for a separate fee
  • Apple boxes  (Four Full size, Four 1/2 & Four 1/4)
  • Four V flats  (1/2” B & W Foam Core)
  • Sand bags  (Six)
  • Auto poles & cross bars  (1 set w/ clamps & J hooks)
  • Camera cart
  • Steamer
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • May be rented with The Gotham Loft downstairs for a combined fee of $11,280
  • Freight elevator

The Gotham Loft

This is a handsome Manhattan loft that also looks and feels like a cozy home. It is large and lofty, yet it has architectural touches more frequently associated with houses, like a grand cherry wood staircase, classic fireplace mantle, comfy leather armchairs, and rustic wide plank oak floors. This loft can be rented in conjunction with “The Penthouse Loft,” which is upstairs in the same building. The windows face South, West and North. There is access to a roof deck with incredible views of the Empire State Building and the Manhattan skyline.

Square footage: 4,500 (or 9,000 square feet if rented with the The Penthouse Loft which is separated by an elegant staircase — request the fee to rent both spaces and/or the roof in addition to this loft).

Amenities/Details:

  • 150 person limit for events
  • band and DJS are fine, no sound limitations
  • Full kitchen for catering
  • Elevator direct to loft
  • I-pod ready stereo
  • Folding tables (Three 6’ )
  • Also included is the furniture you see on the website, most of which are easily movable.
  • Rolling racks (Two with about 20 hangers each)
  • Extension cords (Six, various lengths)
  • Roof usage available for a separate fee
  • Apple boxes  (Four Full size, Four 1/2 & Four 1/4)
  • Four V flats  (1/2” B & W Foam Core)
  • Sand bags  (Six)
  • Auto poles & cross bars  (1 set w/ clamps & J hooks)
  • Camera cart
  • Steamer
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Freight elevator
  • Client hires their own caterer

Industrial Roof Loft

This loft is filled with textures: raw wood floors, paint chipped antique brick, embossed tin ceilings, exposed beams, and gigantic metal funnels on the roof deck. Sun pours through a variety of skylights and windows, illuminating the rawness of the industrial space. A red stage curtain hangs from one wall and shabby chic furniture is scattered about the large open space.

Square footage: 3,000 square feet with a walkout roof deck plus a 3,000 + square foot roof. (Two large rooms, two toilets, two roof decks)

Amenities/Details:

  • Furniture, artwork and props as seen in the pictures
  • Stripper pole
  • Bar
  • DJ booth