Our Locations

Our Locations

Planta Baja

This unusual two story carriage house sits on a 30'x100' lot in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. There are two floors of urban rustic lofts and a large and somewhat wild garden in the back. The front of this location presents a very industrial feel; entry is via a steel door and then through an ivy covered alley. See more photos...

The Cedars

This Greek Revival House built in 1836 and listed on National Historic Register, is laid out with a central hall and public rooms off to the left. The private family bedrooms are on the right. The property offers an imposing, classic edifice and has attractive gardens front and back. See more photos...

The Peterson House

The Peterson House at the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies is available during the summer months--May, June, July and August. A venerable Greenwich Village town house built in 1854 and recently renovated, Peterson House features a double-width double-room parlor with very high ceilings, sliding pocket doors, beautifully aged parquet flooring, and marvelous natural light. See more photos...

First Presbyterian Church

Dedicated in 1846, this landmark Gothic revival church commands a bold position on lower 5th Avenue which attracts worshipers and filmmakers alike. Open to film shoots, the Church has three very good size meeting rooms which can be used for holding and catering. See more photos...

City Center

One of New York City's most iconic buildings, City Center offers a beautiful Moorish Revival main stage proscenium theatre, a wonderful and spacious lobby, and a mezzanine area. All public areas in this location feature polychromed tile work, murals and very high ceilings.

Church of the Epiphany

This large Norman style church with its very beautiful and quiet Sanctuary is available for shoots and can be dressed to suit the script. The Church hides a wonderful garden oasis with graceful old trees, and there is a large Parish Hall which is available for holding. See more photos...

544 West 157th Street

With five units per floor and a total of 40 apartments, this eight story Washington Heights apartment building was built in 1910. A gracious entry lobby, wonderful long hallways and sprawling apartments are just a few attractions of this typical Upper West Side location. See more photos...

House of the Redeemer

This Italian Renaissance Revival townhouse was built between 1914 and 1916 for Edith Fabbri, granddaughter of Commodore Vanderbilt. With a wood paneled Italian Renaissance library, giant fireplace, secret passage way, private chapel and a courtyard, the House of the Redeemer is a one of a kind location. See more photos...

The Grinnell

A unique nine-story triangle-shaped Washington Heights building at the junction of Riverside Drive, 157th Street and Edward Morgan Place, the Grinnell boasts a classic New York porte cochere and entry way with guard house, along with several interesting lobby staircases, an interior courtyard, and 80 interesting and spacious apartments. All the building's public spaces and several of the apartments are available as production locations. See more photos...

River Terrace

Located in Manhattan’s Washington Heights, River Terrace is a large property--431 cooperative apartments housed in sixteen-story towers which ring three sides of a huge courtyard which opens to Riverside Drive. With its bird’s eye view of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge, River Terrace was built under the 1955 Mitchell-Lama legislative housing program that provides affordable Upper West Side housing to moderate and middle income New York City families. The apartments range from studios to comfortable three bedrooms. For production film crews, holding and commissary, River Terrace has two spacious community rooms on the first floor. See more photos...

Tribeca Loft

Home for a Manhattan architect and family, this Tribeca loft is large (3,400 sq. ft.), and features include high ceilings and north facing windows that fill the living/dining area with light. Appointments include a grand piano, a curved glass wall around a bathroom, an elegant staircase down to the master bedroom and a large game room with a billiard table. An especially lovely triplex--and a very accommodating, flexible shoot location.

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