Turn of the century Industrial space, this roughly 150,000 square feet location has several architectural styles. Large, clear-span spaces with steel trusses. Hardwood floors and concrete floors. High ceilings. Huge windows. Access to heavy electrical power source.
Phenomenal space, with an endless array of shooting options, from tight cluttered workbenches to rooftop panoramas
The property consists of a series of industrial buildings that were originally a piano factory. The first factory, a large, white building, sits off Main Street. The second factory was built after the turn of the 20th century by Comstock and Cheney. It is much bigger than the first factory, and features several tall office-type buildings as well as manufacturing floors. It has a smoke stack, a clock tower and a water tower behind it which reads ‘PIANOS.’
Close to I-95 (easy access). 18 acres of land (lots of parking).
Fees vary according to areas of use
Restrictions do apply