Water Street Loft in Dumbo

Water Street Loft in Dumbo

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What makes our studio unique?

Versatile warehouse space located in the quiet neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. With its original wooden beams and exposed brick walls, this warehouse space is a perfect addition to any set.

  • 3000 sq ft
  • Capacity 140 seated with a dancefloor | 200 cocktail style
  • Rental duration 11 am - 1 am (14-hours)
  • Rental furniture included (130) white folding chairs, (14) 60" round tables, (3) 6 ft rectangular tables, (2) custom bars
  • Built-in A/V Two speaker sound system
  • Kitchen prep area
  • Insurance requirement General liability insurance with a liquor liability component (can be purchased online)
  • Two movable dry bars
  • Two single-stall restrooms
  • One bridal room included
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About our studio

Originally a residential block, the DUMBO neighborhood developed into a major factory area in the late 1800s-early 1900s. Soon, the manufacturer Edward H. Cole established it as one of the most industrial neighborhoods in the city. This brought in William Taylor & Sons Columbian Iron Works on Adams and Water Street, a sign-making company, a brass foundry, a two-story machine shop, and storage facility for E. W. Bliss and Phillips, Doup & Company. Many of these factories in the area were demolished to make way for the Manhattan Bridge. Luckily, the DUMBO Loft building wasn’t affected by the construction of the bridge and has a long history of manufacturing ironwork and other materials. In 1905, Edward Cole used the factory to make steam fittings then leasing out the property to Phillips, Doup & Company, who built steam heaters. Cole sold the building in 1920 to L&H Stern, manufacturers of smoking pipes and accessories. The simple brick facade, articulated by segmented openings and projecting lintels and sills, marks the DUMBO Loft as an example of the American round arch style. Additionally, the slow-burning mill construction and history make it an amazing representative of American factory architecture – contributing greatly to the character of the DUMBO Historic District. With large windows and the Pearl Street Triangle right outside its open glass doors, the DUMBO loft is an excellent filming location.

This building's old-fashioned exterior contrasts markedly with its state-of-the-art interior, the incredible loft space on the first floor was completed in 1910. This beautiful, historic building has a red brick façade and arched windows. Its windows and roofline are artistically outlined in white. This Buildings location has its benefits of its own, its right next door to the Manhattan Bridge Archway, near great restaurants and shops, and is steps away from a refreshing stroll by the hudson's running path which also passes dumbo's dog park.

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Studio details


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  • checkbox Multi-Room
  • checkbox Natural Light
  • checkbox Indoor
  • checkbox Outdoor
  • checkbox Still Life
  • checkbox Sound Stage
  • checkbox Soundproof
  • checkbox Cyclorama

Studio details

  • checkbox Seamless
  • checkbox White Floors
  • checkbox White Walls
  • checkbox Exposed Brick
  • checkbox Shooting Kitchen
  • checkbox Shooting Bathroom
  • checkbox Rooftop
  • checkbox Overhead Shooting
  • checkbox Wood Floors
  • checkbox Outdoor access
  • checkbox Garden access
  • checkbox Black out shades
  • checkbox Vehicle access
  • checkbox Cityscape/Skyline views

Studio features

  • checkbox Basic Studio Equipment
  • checkbox On-Site Rental Equipment
  • checkbox On-site Support Staff
  • checkbox WiFi
  • checkbox Digital Tech On-Site
  • checkbox Air Conditioning
  • checkbox Computers available
  • checkbox Sound System
  • checkbox Pet Friendly


  • checkbox Makeup/Hair Room
  • checkbox Lounge
  • checkbox VIP Room
  • checkbox Mezzanine
  • checkbox Kitchen
  • checkbox Restroom
  • checkbox Shower

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