8 Cool Warehouses in New York Perfect for Your Next Project
If you are a Brooklyn Nine-Nine fan, we can say with confidence that warehouse scenes must definitely be one of your favourites! We all know some iconic sequences have been shot in rundown, grungy properties that add to the mystery and excitement of seeing your favourite character chasing after their arch nemesis (The Pontiac Bandit?) or making their next big arrest. Have you considered how these could also be amazing locations for your next exclusive photoshoot with a hint of uniqueness? Irrespective of what your requirements are, here are 8 locations that you would love to consider for your next activity.
8. Greenpoint Warehouse
With walls that look like they have seen better days, and a high ceiling and a columned hall space, this warehouse gives us major dance showcase vibes. We can absolutely imagine this space being converted to be used as a rehearsal hall for a contemporary dance troupe who are fighting for a state championship under the leadership of a washed-up former ballerina! Does your script match this idea? Then this is the space for you.Available on Giggster, starting at $1000/hr.
7. Abandoned Warehouse with Open Space
Does your script include a shady deal going down? If you have a crime blockbuster in the making, this brilliant warehouse with an authentic abandoned look is the one that you have been seeking. And with us, ye shall find! An expansive space attached to this warehouse in an industrial area would give you a lot of scope for shooting other sequences as well.Available on Giggster, starting at $150/hr.
6. Meat Freezer and Warehouse
Does the image above inspire disgust and cringe? Then voila! You have found the perfect venue for your next horror themed production. This themed warehouse doubles up as a meat freezer, giving you an ideal venue for a squirmish flick with jump scares and a knife wielding sociopath in a mask. Or is your feature about the illegal meat trade? Either way, you have your location, all bloody and waiting to be shot at.Available on Giggster, starting at $250/hr.
5. Brick Warehouse with Roof Deck
This beautiful pre-war machine shop in Williamsburg is the perfect location for your next chic photoshoot. With a 1920s speakeasy vibe, this place could well be the set for the next season of Marvellous Mrs. Maisel. Its vintage furniture, exposed brick walls and soaring ceilings adds a whole new appeal to its vibe. Are you thinking of a 20s themed dinner party to launch your next art show? You've stumbled upon the right property. Fun fact: the rest of the building has a gallery on the first floor and a gorgeous rooftop which is also available for rent.Available on Giggster, starting at $180/hr.
4. Victorian Warehouse with Car Showcase
If your character is a millionaire heir who never grew up, this space would be crafted to be his bachelor pad. With classic cars and brightly coloured walls, this property gives off major coming-of-age movie feels. The space is huge and is crafted to work for a variety of activities from photoshoots and feature productions to fun events and even care showcases. The host is happy to help you out with props that are available on-site.Available on Giggster, starting at $400/hr.
3. Creative Raw Warehouse Basement Studio
This space is more than just a warehouse. Its creative lighting and decor is perfect for not only warehouse scenes but also for a variety of other shooting needs. Want to do a photoshoot for a fashion brand with a modern-grunge vibe? Or do you imagine having an art show with glow-in-the-dark pieces in this unconventional space? Its 6000 sq.ft. space is very versatile and the chic lights make this an interesting choice of location for almost all kinds of events!Available on Giggster, starting at $175/hr.
2. Column-Free Warehouse on Brooklyn Waterfront
Shooting a period film with an assembly line set up? This 22,000 sq.ft. warehouse with no columns is ready to be moulded into any set that you visualise it as. We are thinking Narcos or Stranger Things inspired thrillers with lots of murder, lots of mystery and an unlimited feel of New York City gang dramas with a side of drug cartels. Plus, this property is on a waterfront. Water chase sequence, anyone?Available on Giggster, starting at $850/hr.
1. Industrial Warehouse in Brooklyn
Built in 1925, this stunning warehouse was used as a storage facility for damaged ship goods. Now refurbished and decorated with all-new lighting, this property has exposed brick walls and hanging ducts that add to its charm. From a site for wedding receptions to a huge loft, a warehouse has never been this versatile. It is spread over 6,000 square feet of indoor space with a main hall, cocktail area, private suite and back-of-house area giving you ample space to shoot an entire party sequence (or hold a real party)!Available on Giggster, starting at $625/hr.
From catering a huge dinner party or holding a gala night to shooting the next horror movie or true crime drama, warehouses are places that can be transformed into a set for any of these! If you are looking for more options, you know you can always look them up on Giggster.