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New York | Lower Manhattan$1000 per hour200Stunning and very special three story loft with private roof deck in the center of the West Village. Over 2,000 square feet of interior space plus a large 2,000 square foot roof terrace with city and sky views. 2 bathrooms. Rough-hewn and industrial steel beamed ceilings, rustic hardwood floors, skylights and large windows throughout. Scavolini chef’s kitchen.
New York | Midtown$300 per hour75Founded in 1977, this space has been the leader in health-focused culinary education for nearly 40 years. Located in the Flatiron District in New York City, our boutique space accommodates large and small groups for private meetings, cooking classes, dinners, cocktail parties, and photo/video shoots. To learn more about the space please message us.
New York | Midtown$180 per hour75A full-service rental photography and video studio, meeting and event space. Measuring 1500 square feet with 12 foot ceilings, the space offers an open floor plan flooded with natural, soft, north-facing light and fabulous views of the Empire State building. Equipped with a newly-renovated chef's kitchen, designer furniture, full bathroom, freight elevator, and WiFi connectivity. Included are all the amenities and services needed for a wide variety of photo/video shoots and events. Being centrally located in Manhattan makes it easy to attract clients to attend an event hosted here. We have a background in production, so we are available to help problem solve to help make your project run smoothly.
New York | Lower Manhattan$295 per hour75Extraordinary Downtown Soho Loft. High Impact Product Presentations, Turn key Offsites. Everything you need is already included! Rate listed is for up to 25 people for weekday bookings 6am-6pm. Rate is $350/hr for up to 50, $400/hr for up to 75. Weekends/evenings add $50/hr to the hourly rate. December holiday event rates from $500/hr for up to 25 people, $600/hr for up to 50 people, and $700/hr for up to 75 people. Discounts available to qualified non-profits, last minute bookings, and multi-day or multi-space reservations. Just ask! SPACE INFO & EXTRAS: ● Stylishly designed, fully furnished, extra tables and chairs available ● Full kitchen and private bathroom ● Elevated presentation stage w/ spotlight and vintage microphone ● Stella Artois beer machine available ● Projector drops down when in use. 150" widescreen image! ● Sonos music system (Spotify, Pandora, and Tidal) ● Color Changing Lights. Change color of room with iPad ● Motorized shades. Open to reveal the beautiful view ● Smart lighting. Mood lighting, easily turn all lights on/off or dim ● Digital Screens - several to customize with your logos and media ● Hidden Disco Ball - drops from the ceiling with a click of a button ● 60" LED TVs on rolling carts - wireless connections (two available) ● Glassware, serving trays, cutting boards, wine/ice buckets ● Closet full of offices supplies available ● Extra large whiteboards ● Microphone / speakerphone / slide&laser pointers ● HDMI cables, laptop adapters / charging stations ● Additional Lounge space available on same floor (additional fee) Corporate and daytime events Easily accessible by public transit. 6, N, R, Q, F, A, C, E
New York | Midtown$120 per hour15*The Shooting Kitchen strongly advises against capturing sound as the studio is not soundproof and is in located within a shared co-working facility. If the client chooses to capture sound, they do so at their own risk and no refunds will be issued for interruptions due to office, building, or street noise.* Comfortable studio setting with professional kitchen, supplies room, large freight elevators, Wi-Fi and shared lobby. Just under 1,000 square feet. Great for: client and team meetings, business breakfasts and lunches, private tastings, networking events, workshops, press reviews, photo shoots and more. In-house catering options available upon request. Outside catering allowed. Minutes from all major subway lines. Large dining table seats 10 comfortably, can fit up to 12. Four additional chairs in storage. Alternative seating on stools at mobile island, a couch, and extra table space via our folding tables. Bathrooms in shared lobby, filtered water and Wi-Fi included. Natural light filters through a bank of north-facing windows. Blackout shades provide all the control you need. Grip included: 9’ Foba Studio Stand, 5 C-Stands, Auto Poles, Various Clamps, Sawhorse, Surface Supports, V Flats, Apple Boxes, Sandbags, Extension Cords. Bathrooms in shared lobby, filtered water and Wi-Fi included. Freight located on back side of the building. *The Shooting Kitchen strongly advises against capturing sound as the studio is not soundproof and is in located within a shared co-working facility. If the client chooses to capture sound, they do so at their own risk and no refunds will be issued for interruptions due to office, building, or street noise.*
New York | Upper East Side$750 per hour100Our restaurant offers four distinct private rooms with a myriad of seating options. Our certified commitment to sustainability makes our private dining options unique among Upper East Side and Midtown East restaurants.
New York | Lower Manhattan$350 per hour15One of a kind floor-through loft with exposed brick and 30 windows, allowing views of the Empire State Building, Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges and the East River. Features a beautiful Common roof deck for even more spectacular views of this up and coming downtown chic neighborhood.
New York | Upper Manhattan$330 per hour15A signature mix of modern architecture and historic charm makes this acclaimed designer's home, an 1882 painted-lady Victorian in Manhattan's Morris Jumel historic district, an inspired film, photo shoot, and event location. An open kitchen/living area, featuring custom finishes in anodized aluminum, polished concrete, and Carrara marble, opens onto a sunny garden with weathered brick walls and large pear tree. Exposed ceiling beams, antique random-width pine floors, and the original cooking hearth, now an oversized wood burning fireplace, warm the airy floor-through space. The master bedroom, comprising the entire top floor, features original heart pine floors, wood burning fireplace, soaring brick chimneys, and exposed roof beams fifteen feet overhead. Four oversized windows and a large remote-controlled skylight flood the soaring space with abundant natural light. A second bedroom and formal sitting room with wood burning fireplace, crown moldings, exposed brick, and original pocket doors fill out the parlor floor, and a spare, serene mix of custom-designed and antique furniture is arrayed throughout. Situated on a dead-end cobblestone street full of landmarked painted ladies, this iconic facade and timeless environs come ready for their close up as well.