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Spacious daylight, bright studio in Sunset Park
From $70/hr
Spacious daylight, bright studio in Sunset Park
New York, NY
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Bright daylight studio is a 2,000 square feet space with a 13 feet ceilings located on the third floor of a building in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. It has 48 feet of south-western exposed 8 feet hign windows. It is perfect for fashion and beauty photo shoots, portraits, still life, castings, video, photo production, fashion showrooms, meetings and special events.​ Amenities include: * Ground floor loading dock access directly into thefreight elevator * Freight Elevator is right outside of the studio space on the third floor * Street parking * 24 hour access * Bathroom on premises * Various professional lighting gear including Broncolor! * Various Matthews grip equipment * Hollywood makeup station * Heavy-duty rolling clothing Z-racks * Chairs, mirrors, fabric steamer * Air blower * Mini Fridge * Bluetooth audio * Set cart and props * Wi-Fi * Fog machine
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
From $750/hr
George S. Bowdoin Carriage House
New York, NY
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Behind the Dutch Revival style façade of this historic building built in 1902 is a 3-story contemporary interior crowned with a brick glass ceiling. Natural sunlight floods the vast interior united by a soaring spiral staircase from the ground floor to the third floor. The Carriage House has been featured in films, books, magazines and newspapers. It has hosted exclusive events, art exhibitions, weddings, fashion shows, dinners and parties. The venue features a large reception area, 2 vast spaces, wood burning fireplace, spacious meeting room with bath en suite, chef's kitchen, powder room, 3rd floor terrace, ceiling heights up to 25', curb cut and garage entrance, making it ideal for production sets, as well as for a variety of social, corporate, and private events.
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
From $180/hr
Exposed brick Multi-use Event/Shooting Space
New York, NY
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We offer our East Village store for private parties, corporate mixers, birthday celebrations, cocktail receptions, seminars, concerts, fund-raisers, and company holiday parties. It is located in the East Village is also available to rent for your own weekly classes and/or workshops. The space is on the first floor on the 3rd street (between 1 ave and 2 ave) with big windows. The size is approximately 1,200 sqft with maximum occupancy of 74 people. There are chairs, tables, projector, refrigerator, freezer and free Wi-fi available to use. NOTE: This location is available 24-7 / 365 days a year.
Beauty Supply Shop
Beauty Supply Shop
Beauty Supply Shop
Beauty Supply Shop
Beauty Supply Shop
From $250/hr
Beauty Supply Shop
New York, NY
· superhost
A modern cosmetic store with a clean look. Black walls, glass shelves, fun light fixtures, and a glass door with large window above for natural light. Kitchen, sitting area, office next door can be used too for another fee. Let us know if you'd like to scout.
Auto Body Shop
Auto Body Shop
Auto Body Shop
Auto Body Shop
Auto Body Shop
From $350/hr
Auto Body Shop
New York, NY
· superhost
Fully functional auto body shop with two messy offices. Large garage, large lot with used cars, tools and props, etc. We suggest you schedule a site visit prior to shoot day as some images may not accurately reflect the current appearance of the space.
Small Patio Behind Bakery with Hammocks
Small Patio Behind Bakery with Hammocks
Small Patio Behind Bakery with Hammocks
From $175/hr
Small Patio Behind Bakery with Hammocks
New York, NY
· superhost
Small outdoor patio behind a bakery with hammocks. A perfect place for a relaxing scene. And great for holding to shoot in the bakery or an area nearby. Let us know if you'd like to scout.
NYC Art Gallery with Cafe
NYC Art Gallery with Cafe
NYC Art Gallery with Cafe
NYC Art Gallery with Cafe
NYC Art Gallery with Cafe
From $430/hr
NYC Art Gallery with Cafe
New York, NY
· superhost
A spacious 13000 sq.ft. art gallery with the capacity for up to 750 people. It features air-conditioned halls on basement and ground levels, Wi-Fi, 2 bathrooms, and make-up area. It also has a coffee shop. Hourly rate shown is based on a still photo shoot with a crew/talent size of 15 or less for a minimum of 10 hours. To inquire about rates for filming and/or larger impact bookings, send a message with the following details: - Job Name: - Job Type (Film, TV, Commercial, Photo, Music Video, etc.): - Dates Needed: - # of Hours Needed: - Specific Times Needed: - Areas of Location Needed: - Cast & Crew/Attendees Size:

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Pop-Up spaces in New York, NY?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $70 to $750

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About New York

New York is arguably the most famous city in the United States and is a major hub for the finance and creative industries. Its storied streets have long attracted musicians and artists, as well as business people and entrepreneurs wanting to make their mark on the world.

With its iconic landmarks, buzzing neighborhoods, and 24/7 lifestyle, there are few places more energized and exciting to host a pop-up event than New York. It boasts a diversity of venues that epitomize “Big Apple” living and an extensive pool of experienced event professionals to draw on.

Pop-Up Event Options in New York

After securing your pop-up venue in New York, it’s time to turn your attention to finding the vendors, rentals, and staff you need to help bring your visions to life.

  • Caterers
    If you want to provide food and drinks at your pop-up event, one of the city’s experienced catering companies can do the job. Simply decide on what you’re after (canapes, a multi-course meal, or a buffet), and you’ll find dozens of NYC catering companies with the experience to make it happen.

  • Decor
    Some pop-up venues in New York will already come beautifully decorated, while others will be a blank canvas for you to add your creative touch to. If you don’t want to purchase decor, you can find everything from flowers to potted plants and artworks through one of the city’s rental companies.

  • Photographers and Videographers
    There’s no better way to share the moments and memories of your pop-up event than through high-quality images posted to your website or social media channels. Hiring one of New York’s professional photographers or videographers is an easy way of capturing your event without having to worry about you getting stuck behind the camera.

  • DJs and Bands
    If you’re planning a party-style pop-up event, music is one of the most essential ingredients. Whether you prefer a live band or a DJ to create the ambiance you desire, you’ll find no shortage of talented musicians in New York.

  • Staff
    From bar staff to waiters and security personnel, you can hire staff to work at your pop-up event through one of the city’s event management or recruitment companies.

Event Companies in New York

Need help finding your pop-up venue or planning the event? An experienced event management company can do the hard work for you, no matter the style or type of occasion.

  • Brilliant Event Planning
    Planning a pop-up event in New York with a luxurious aesthetic? Brilliant Event Planning delivers comprehensive event management services with a glamorous edge. They specialize in weddings but can also turn their hand to spontaneous occasions that need expert guidance.
  • FÊTE
    With the stamp of approval from publications like Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, there’s no denying that FÊTE is one of the best in the business. This full-service event planning and design production company was established in 2002 and comes with in-house vendors and services to help realize your pop-up event visions.

  • Twenty Three Layers
    With former clients that include Airbnb, Google, and Spotify, Twenty Three Layers is a renowned New York event management company that specializes in experiential events. Their corporate and social projects focus on creating share-worthy moments and are designed with cohesive creativity.

Pros and Cons of Pop-Up Events in New York

When looking for a pop-up space in New York, it’s important to be realistic about the city’s drawbacks, in addition to why it’s one of the most energized and exciting places in the world.

Advantages

  • Diverse choice of venues
    One of the biggest perks of hosting your pop-up event in New York is its huge choice of venues, from bright and airy lofts to spacious studios and historic brownstone homes.

  • Easy transportation options
    Provided you’re not determined to self-drive, New York City is relatively easy to get around thanks to its subway system. If you prefer to travel above ground, you can step into one of the city’s iconic yellow taxis or book a shared-ride service.
  • Networking scene
    If your pop-up event is about bringing people together or promoting a product, there’s no better place to make it happen. New York draws some of the best and brightest in a multitude of industries and is the perfect destination for networking.
  • Experienced vendors
    Whether you need caterers or photographers to attend your event, the city has no shortage of experienced vendors who know how to deliver an unforgettable gathering.
  • Cultural diversity
    In New York City, you can find people from all corners of the globe with diverse beliefs and interests. This means that you’re highly likely to attract a crowd, no matter how niche your pop up event is.

Disadvantages

  • High property prices
    It’s no secret - the city’s property prices are sky-high, which means you’ll probably pay more to rent pop-up space in New York than in other major cities across the United States.

  • Crowds
    With its high density of residents and large numbers of tourists, New York is a crowded city, and waiting in line is part of the lifestyle here.

  • Unfavorable weather
    While fall and spring can be beautiful, New York experiences hot and muggy summers, plus notoriously cold and snowy winters that can make getting around the city difficult.

  • Cleanliness
    New York isn’t the cleanest city in the United States, with garbage piled onto the sidewalks for collection and a reputation for being a little gritty around the edges.
  • Noise
    New York can be noisy at all hours of the day and night, whether it’s emergency services sirens, garbage collection trucks, or the never-ending construction works.

Famous Locations in New York

  • Central Park
    Amidst the skyscrapers of Manhattan nestles the urban green space of Central Park - a favorite setting for locals to walk, run, and socialize. Follow one of the meandering paths to beautiful Belvedere Castle or just relax beside The Lake before admiring the park’s iconic fountains.

  • Rockefeller Center
    For some of the best views in Manhattan, head to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, which teeters 70 floors above New York City. At the base of the building is a famous plaza where you can peer into the NBC Studios or enjoy a glide across the festively-decorated ice skating rink during the winter months.

  • The High Line
    Originally a railway line, The High Line is a relatively new walkway that snakes its way between buildings above the streets of New York. It’s been attractively planted with vegetation and is dotted with art installations, making this so much more than just a place to get some exercise.