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Spacious daylight, bright studio in Sunset Park
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22A Bright Daylight PhotoStudio Midtown Manhattan
  • $69/hr
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22C Affordable Manhattan Daylight Free EQ
  • $59/hr
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Midtown Blackout Music Video Photo Studio RGB LED
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Photo & Video Studio for Rental
  • $40/hr
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Creative Production Studio w/ Lush Tropical Vibes
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Photo Studio with Cyclorama & 4K Video Wall
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22B Spacious Manhattan Photo Video Free EQ
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State-of-the-art Mezzanine Studio and Live Room
  • $300/hr
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Multi-Studio Loft in Chinatown Manhattan
  • $250/hr
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What people are saying about Production on Giggster

Jeff M.
$ 2800
7 hours
30 people
2 months ago
Great space, very helpful and accommodating team to support us. Highly recommend this space.
Nathaniel J.
$ 100
2 hours
5 people
4 months ago
Clean and friendly, with lots of gear and a seating area for my client. The studio has lots of light and is bigger than the photos make it seem. Freddy and his team were great as well. I’ll definitely rebook the space.
Kenisha D.
$ 1500
6 hours
60 people
8 months ago
“Outstanding” is the only word to describe our experience with Travis’ team and venue! We booked this venue for a wellness event with 50+ people. The venue was stunning, incredibly clean, and suitable to most events. Our team needed a good deal of support to get setup for our event and the day of coordinator on site was SO helpful. Our attendees loved the space and we intend to book this space for our organization’s future events.
Nan R.
$ 1500
6 hours
15 people
9 months ago
This is a great space for shooting a kitchen and interview segment! Our whole team was thrilled with the space. Host was very responsive and accommodating. Would highly recommend!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Production venues

Do I need my own production or event insurance in New York?
Yes. All renters are required to carry Comprehensive Liability and Property Damage insurance with liability coverage of no less than $1,000,000.
What protection plans are available for bookings in New York on Giggster?
Giggster offers Damage Protection coverage that you can add to a booking at checkout. Learn more about Giggster's Damage Protection coverage.
What types of locations can I book in New York?
You can choose from 42 types! Just search for locations in New York at, then click 'Filters' to look for something specific.
How many Production spaces are available in New York?
Right now, there are 736 Production spaces available in New York.
What payment methods does Giggster accept for New York bookings?
You can pay for your booking with a credit card, or with ACH or wire transfer for bookings over $4k.
What is the cancellation policy for New York guests on Giggster?
Refund options vary, based on when the booking is canceled. Learn more about Giggster's cancellation and refund policy.
What are the cleaning and safety policies for New York locations on Giggster?
Now more than ever, your health and safety is our number one priority. We've outlined specific health and safety requirements for both hosts and guests. Learn more about Giggster's COVID-19 Health & Safety Measures.
What locations available near New York?
You'll find up to 42 different types of locations in New York. Just start a search at and narrow things down with the 'Filter' option.
Is there an extra cost to add more attendees to my New York booking?
Yes. Pricing tiers are based on group size. For example, if you booked a space for a group of 1-5 for $30/hr, the price per person is $6/hr. Each additional person would increase the rate by $6/hr.
How much are average location rentals in New York?
Rental rates vary with the type and features of the location, but the average rate in New York is $217 per hour.
Why should I choose Giggster over other platforms offering rentals in New York?
Giggster's got your back — and we know our stuff. Our Customer Support team is knowledgeable and accessible, we offer white glove Concierge service to help you find the perfect location, and we're experts on the unique needs of production teams.
What is the price range for Production spaces in New York, NY?
Booking prices vary with the property type, features, and rental length, but generally a 1-hour booking will be in the range of $40 to $650.
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How do I book a New York location on Giggster?
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About New York

No matter whether you call it the Big Apple, the City That Doesn’t Sleep, Gotham, Empire City or just plain NYC, New York is one of those places that needs no introduction. This vibrant and bustling city is bursting with life and is the sort of destination where there is always something going on, no matter what time of day.

If you’re putting together a production in New York, whether it’s a small independent play or a big-budget blockbuster, there’s a lot you need to consider. Keep reading for tips and advice on how to make the most of the endless creative opportunities this iconic city provides.

Production Space Options in New York

There are a lot of different ingredients that need to combine together to create a successful production. To help everything run as smoothly as possible, be sure to get a little help from the experts.

  • Caterers
    Need to fuel your cast and crew? Compare New York’s best caterers to find the right food to help your team power through the day.

  • AV Rentals
    Searching for some extra tech equipment to get your New York production space into shape? Check out what the best NYC AV rental services have to offer in terms of sound and lighting gear, cameras, and much more.

  • Camera Operators
    If you need some expert assistance for your production, search around to find experienced camera operators. With the right people on your crew, you can help give your production a professional edge.

Production Space Companies in New York

Looking for the best companies to help organize your New York production? NYC has many businesses you might like to consider.

  • Roaming Hunger
    Want to book food truck catering to keep your production cast and crew fed and watered? Look no further than Roaming Hunger, which makes it easy to book your favorite food trucks so they can dish up some deliciousness whenever you need it.

  • Dish Food & Events
    Dish Food & Events is a catering company that serves NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, and points further afield. While it offers full-service catering for a range of corporate and social events, Dish Food & Events also offers drop-off as well as grab & go catering.

  • Soundhouse Rentals
    Soundhouse Rentals is an NYC rental company where you can find state-of-the-art audio, visual, and DJ equipment for hire. Established in 2011, this Brooklyn-based company offers competitive rates on lighting gear, speakers, video cameras, and more, plus it also provides on-site event production and technical services.

Pros and Cons of Production Spaces in New York

Is New York the right destination for your next production? Consider the pros and cons before you decide.


  • Major global city
    New York is one of the world’s biggest and best cities, so you’ll find a huge range of talented people living and working here. From sound technicians to set designers, some of the world’s best call NYC home.

  • Huge range of venues
    In a city that boasts the size and history of New York, you can bet that you’ll be able to find a truly huge range of production venues.

  • Great food
    NYC is home to incredible cuisine from all over the world, which is great if you need to source some quality catering for your production.

  • Cultural scene
    From the bright lights of Broadway to its many excellent museums, this is a city rich in arts and culture. So if you want to get in touch with your creative side, you’re in the right place.

  • Diversity
    Few cities on earth fit the description of a “cultural melting pot” quite as well as New York. So whether you’re looking for diverse on-screen talent or new and different creative ideas, there’s plenty to love about NYC.


  • Plenty of competition
    Standing out from the crowd in a city as big as New York can be a major challenge, and you’ll face plenty of competition for top talent and the best New York production spaces.

  • Crowds
    NYC is a big, bustling, and very busy city, so expect to encounter plenty of tourists and locals just about everywhere you go. This can be frustrating at times, so you’ll just need to learn to go with the flow.

  • Expensive
    The Big Apple is one of the most expensive cities in the world, so booking a New York production space requires planning and budgeting. But the rewards will be many.

  • Humid summers
    New York’s hot and sticky summers can be particularly punishing, so you’ll probably want to look for a New York production space with efficient air-con.

  • Traffic
    Driving around the city? Traffic can be a nightmare, so consider the location of your New York production space carefully.

Famous Locations in New York

  • Empire State Building
    NYC attractions don’t get any bigger or more recognizable than the Empire State Building. This 102-story Art Deco masterpiece was completed in 1931 and is a much-loved sight in the New York skyline. Check out the two observation decks for spectacular city views.

  • Times Square
    Located in Midtown Manhattan, Times Square is the beating heart of this world-famous city. Spend some time in this always busy attraction marveling at the tall buildings, bright lights, and masses of people and it’s easy to see why Times Square is sometimes referred to as ‘The Crossroads of the World.’

  • Statue of Liberty
    No visit to New York is complete without taking some time to marvel at the iconic Statue of Liberty. Sitting pretty on 12-acre Liberty Island in New York Harbor, this famous gift of friendship from France to the United States is smaller than you may expect, but still inspires awe.
A busy New York City street

Filming locations from the best crime movies shot in NYC

The New York City people imagine—whether they are lifelong New Yorkers or have yet to visit—is now mostly the stuff of fiction, an image dreamed up on the big screen. In recent years, some might say the city has been Disneyfied, stripped of its grit and grime in favor of coffee shop chains and gentrified boroughs. But if there's anything that immediately transports us back to the gaudy and gorgeously anti-glamorous streets we've come to associate with the City that Never Sleeps, it's the innumerable crime films that were shot there.

There's just something utterly timeless and irresistible about this dark and seedy side of NYC and, luckily for cinephiles, some of the most memorable monuments from such crime classics as "The Godfather" and "Taxi Driver" still remain. This means you can still go and visit some relics from the New York of yesteryear itself.

To help get your cinematic pilgrimage off to a start, Giggster looked at noteworthy shooting locations you can visit from the best crime movies shot in New York City. To qualify as one of the best, the film had to have at least a 7.5 user rating on IMDb.

Calvary Cemetery in Queens
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Don Corleone's resting place in 'The Godfather'

- Location: Calvary Cemetery, Greenpoint Avenue, Queens

Calvary Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery that stretches across 365 acres, making it one of the largest—as well as one of the oldest—cemeteries in the United States. The grounds are home to a few centuries worth of notable politicians and performers, as well as real-life mobsters like Stefano Ferrigno, deeming it an appropriate setting for one of the most emotionally charged scenes in "The Godfather."

It was in a section of the cemetery known as "First Calvary Cemetery" where Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) was laid to rest after suffering a heart attack while playing in the garden with his grandson. The funeral scene required 150 extras, 20 hearses, limousines, and thousands of dollars worth of flowers. As a spectacular site of historical preservation, the cemetery looks largely unchanged from how it was depicted in the movie—save for the warm, grainy camera filter.

20 Exchange Place
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The bank exterior in 'Inside Man'

- Location: 20 Exchange Place, Manhattan

20 Exchange Place, formerly known as the City Bank-Farmers Trust Building, is a skyscraper located in the financial district of lower Manhattan, which boasts a facade bejeweled with high-end stones. In 2006, it appeared in Spike Lee's heist film "Inside Man" as a fictional bank branch named Manhattan Trust Bank.

Once a relic of New York's wave of art deco architecture in the 1920s, it has since been modernized. Though in the film, it was restored to its former glory and made to look like a financial institution from a former time. The building is basically a location scout's paradise, not least because of the ease of the city's Made in NY marketing incentives program, but also because, according to film location scout Nick Carr, who'd previously scouted the building for "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," filmmakers tend to get their run of the place here.

St. Regis Hotel
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The last pickup location in 'Taxi Driver'

- Location: St. Regis Hotel, 2 E. 55th St., Manhattan

Martin Scorcese's "Taxi Driver" is an expressionistic vision of NYC in the 1970s, before the city's so-called Disneyfication. The film is a lonely and claustrophobic journey through the psyche of Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro), but there's some light relief when he gives Cybill Shepherd's character, Betsy, a free ride to the St. Regis Hotel on Fifth Avenue. While the city has undergone an extensive transformation since then, the St. Regis Hotel—known throughout the city for its glamour and prestige—has mostly gone untouched. The building itself is still largely the same, though the outside awning has been jazzed up a little with lights and black accents.

Radio City seen over the fountain on Sixth Street
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The fountain Howie is thrown into in 'Uncut Gems'

- Location: 1245 6th Ave., Manhattan

As lifelong residents of New York City, the Safdie brothers have been committed to depicting the city at its sleaziest and best. In "Uncut Gems," their best-known film, Adam Sandler plays Howard Ratner, an on-edge jeweler attempting to barter his way through midtown Manhattan's diamond district. It's a location in perfect proximity to some of New York's most iconic sights—Fifth Avenue, Trump Tower, as well as 30 Rock, where Sandler got his start on "Saturday Night Live"—and now the film has made an icon of a water fountain on Sixth Avenue in the district.

In one memorable scene, after being punched in the face by two goons, Howard gets thrown into the fountain. While filming, Sandler was spotted bloodied and drenched in the fountain by passersby; the Safdies generally like to plant their cameras across the block, making the scenes as realistic as possible.

Stillwell Avenue in Brooklyn
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Where the famous car chase starts in 'The French Connection'

- Location: 2415 Stillwell Ave., Brooklyn

See it once and it will be burned into your brain forever. In one of the most famous car chase scenes in cinema history, Detective Jimmy Doyle (Gene Hackman) races through packed New York City streets in an attempt to arrest a man who commandeered a subway train. Doyle's wicked temper is in full force as tires screech across the pavements of Stillwell Avenue in Brooklyn.

Director William Friedkin has famously said that the scene wasn't entirely scripted but rather conceptualized on location—and off the cuff. Apparently, one reason for this is that the district only permitted the filmmaker to use one particular Brooklyn line: the West End stretch from Coney Island into Manhattan, the West End line. Since filming, the Avenue has expanded with apartment buildings, shops, and larger roads, but it still bears a remarkable resemblance to the area in the film.