Film and event friendly
Situated in historic Greenwich Village, this spacious and versatile venue was constructed in the early 1900’s as one of New York’s first parking garages for cars. The house was bought in the 1960’s by a well known American artist who decorated it with an eclectic mix of architectural antiques.
The 2,500 foot square Ballroom with its 15 foot high ceiling, painted brick walls and wooden floors is a spectacular setting for film, video and photo shoots. A floating staircase leads to the more intimate Garden Room, a veritable greenery with a Neo-Renaissance fireplace, an Art Deco bathroom and a mix of classic and bohemian furniture.
The space is extremely versatile and offers a myriad of distinct backgrounds all in one sumptuous setting.
Easy load-in through garage door; there is freight elevator.
Some furniture pieces require special care when moving.
No nailing into or painting of walls.