Los Angeles | Central LA
$250 per hour
Excellent for all of your film shoot and location, hair and makeup HMU, fittings, screening, or production office needs!
Many angles for your shoot needs, please inquire about the many other adjacent rooms we have in this 9,000 sq ft building.
**More than 6 cast/crew members and/or excess equipment must rent out the adjacent Conference room in addition. Please inquire for a link or more details. This rate goes for $160/hr (3 hr minimum).
We understand each shoot or event is unique. Please contact us with your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate a custom price that works for you.
*Prices start at the listed amount. Pricing is subject to change at the owner's discretion due to:
- the number of guests including cast and crew members,
- extra space for HMU/ craft services/equipment overflow,
- excessive scout visits
- usage of props or other rentals, etc.
- last-minute room changes or additional rooms being used.
*No booking will be approved without a prior scout
The history is ripe with the lore, tradition and curiosity that makes its home in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles a place of intrigue and wonder and a place we have always cherished. The 9,000 sq. ft home was originally built in 1926 as a Prop Design Studio for film and television, the Spanish Colonial style building has an heir of both elegance and comfort daftly mimicking its current owner’s temperament and style. Following that storied use of the building and for the next twenty-five years, the building was a violin factory producing thousands of violins and violas for schools throughout the country.
In 1967, some fifty years ago, Costume Designer Rita Riggs purchased the building and made it her studio for her work with everyone from Alfred Hitchcock to Norman Lear and many, many more in between. Rita predated the current interest in Shared Community Office space by offering space to a select group of design professionals that understood her passion and talent for high design and an interest in making a true community out of the workplace. Organically, gracefully and with no pretense, Rita was way, way, way, ahead of her time.
Recently, the building was painstakingly restored to its former glory by Architects who are 30 year inhabitants of the this very special building. It's now used as a landmark for events, dinners, workshops, film screenings, yoga, coworking, various types of productions and everything in between.