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I've had the pleasure to work with Peerspace over the last few months and it's remarkable what they are providing for our creative community. Need a filming location? They have hundreds. Need a space to hold a table read? They've got that, too. How about a crazy and unique space for that scene in your webseries that you can't seem to find anywhere? Well, they have you covered.
We are honored that we've expanded Stage 32 locations featuring all of Peerspace's locations. We've already had dozens of Stage 32 members find and book incredible locations for their creative projects. If you haven't checked out the "Locations" tab on the top menu bar, that's where you can find it. And, until your next project need, check out the top 10 locations we found in July below.
Converted warehouses, sunlit studios, and artistic lofts — no matter what you’re looking for, there’s something for everybody within every budget.
Peerspace has over four thousand locations to choose from, and we’re adding new spaces daily. Every month, we’ll share our top ten new locations for your production shoot. From design lofts to rooftops locations, check out our favorites and get shooting.
Here are some of the best new locations for July!
Location: Williamsburg, New York
This converted church loft is bathed in light from massive windows. It's bright, spacious, and warm... an experience unto itself. It's artfully-decorated and carefully curated. Some of the features include: a plant-filled living area, high ceilings, ancient church beams, and exposed brick.
Location: Bushwick, New York
Located in Brooklyn’s hip and artsy neighborhood of Bushwick, this funky loft is a four bedroom artist's dream. The space also features a vintage cherry wallpaper accent wall, 1950’s Coca Cola refrigerator, green velvet vintage couch, and one-of-a-kind vintage furniture and props.
Location: Financial District, San Francisco
Travel back in time by stepping foot into our sophisticated art deco lounge. Plush leather tufted couches, exposed brick and gold foiled wall paper create a stunning backdrop for your next photoshoot or production.
Location: Kings County, New York
This newly renovated townhouse is ideal for photo or film shoots. There’s a roof terrace with views of the city and an open kitchen layout all with plenty of sunlight, eye catching wall paper, and modern furnishings.
Location: Santa Monica, Los Angeles
This modern Getty inspired treat of a house is a wonderful filming and shoot location. If you want a quiet spot with plenty of natural light and high spec luxury features, this is the spot for you.
Location: Echo Park, Los Angeles
This showroom has been designed by an artist for artists and creatives. Every piece of furniture is easy to move, either light or on wheels and the whole space is flexible. You can clear it up or keep it as is for your enjoyment.
Location: Fremont, Seattle
With twenty foot ceilings, this room is spacious and versatile with many different shooting options. It comes complete with a cozy living room, a wooden table that seats fifteen, and a full kitchen with up-to-date appliances.
Location: Central LA, Los Angeles
Located in the heart of Hollywood, this expansive Outpost Estates Compound feels just like a Spanish Villa. The grand entrance leads you into the completely custom Spanish home, where you'll find 5 large bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
Location: Queens County, New York
This 1,500 square foot photo studio is located in bustling Long Island City, minutes from Manhattan. Some amenities include but are not limited to 1,500 of open space, 12.5' ceilings, full cyclorama, and a killer roof access.
Location: West Town, Chicago
The loft is great for filming and shooting lifestyle and equipped to set up a seamless. And has amazing natural light all day. Bright, open space. Light-filled and spacious with 14-foot ceilings, 1200 square feet, and exposed brick.
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