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Tree Loft: DTLA Creative/Office Space

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  • 250 people
  • 4 hr min
  • 8000 sq/ft
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This is a beautiful downtown creative space. The interior is 4,000 square feet with big industrial skylights that let in lots of natural light and is decorated with classic mid-century furniture throughout. The space is flexible with many different looks and areas that offer a variety of options and can be easily setup to meet your needs. Attached is a New York City style rooftop with a dramatic city view offering another 4,000 square feet of flexible space and a variety of looks (listed under a separate listing, with a package deal available). There is a kitchen with refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster oven, microwave, water cooler, etc and Wifi. Multiple pods are available that can be used for hair/makeup and clients/cast. The space has two private bathrooms (no shower) and is fully equipped with two ACs, ceiling fans and heating, with ample 110v outlets on separate circuits. It is available 24/7, with street level access during business hours and 24 hour access through the back alley for crew and loading. Both entrances require a flight of steps. There is NO ELEVATOR so please inform your crew. We’re on a commercial street so noise is not an issue. The space itself is quiet and offers good sound recording conditions. We’re happy to accommodate scouting. A walk-through is required before and after all bookings for L&D and insurance is required. PARKING: We can arrange for validated parking at a nearby 24 hour lot at a discounted rate of $9/day per vehicle. The space is also available as a production office and editing facility. COVID MEASURES: - The space is cleaned and disinfected in accordance with guidelines from the CDC - High touch surfaces and shared amenities are disinfected - Soft, porous materials have been properly cleaned or removed - Bookings are spaced apart to allow for enhanced cleaning *** VIEW OUR OTHER LISTINGS FOR A PACKAGE DEAL!!! *** New York City Rooftop: https://giggster.com/listing/new-york-city-style-rooftop-in-the-heart-of-dtla Back Alley Entrance: https://giggster.com/listing/downtown-los-angeles-back-alley-club-entrance

Category and style

Event Space, Industrial Buildings, Office

Industrial, Contemporary Modern

Parking

Truck / motorhome on site parking: Street

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Permit zone

Address most likely falls into the following permit zone: Los Angeles. Please confirm with the host.
Giggster offers in-house coordinating for obtaining film and still photo permits. Call (323)-467-9265 to inquire about obtaining a permit, permit pricing or visit our FAQ section to learn more. Please note this number is not for contacting your location host, if you wish to reach out to the host please click Message Host on the location listing.

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
8000 sq ft

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Wifi

Features

Exposed Beams
High Ceiling
Suspended Ceiling
Atrium
Conference Room/Boardroom
Front Desk
Kitchen
Library
Rooftop
Studio Space/Equipment
Glass Doors
Sliding Doors
Wood Doors
Concrete Floor
Creative Space/Startup
Industrial
City View
Rooftop View
Brick Walls
Concrete Walls
Glass Wall
White Walls
Bay or Bow Windows
Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
Picture/Stationary Windows
Sash/Up And Down/Hung Windows

Crew access

Stairs

Questions

  • Q: What's the maximum attendees I can have at this location?

    A: Eva allows 250 attendees on location

  • Q: What types of activities are allowed at this location?

    A: Eva allows production, events and meetings

  • Q: How many square feet is the location?

    A: Tree Loft: DTLA Creative/Office Space is 8000 sq/ft

Featured Reviews
Mike V.
2 months ago
Great space, great host.
Amanda F.
2 months ago
Eva was wonderful to work with and we'll definitely be booking this location again!
Champ D.
4 months ago
Edward and his assistant were more than helpful. They were professionals and made our lives easy. His space/location speaks for itself and when you meet them everyone is friendly. Most importantly, I would recommend this space to anyone and Thanks again guys for all your help! You are awesome! 5 stars!
Liam C.
4 months ago
Always a pleasure shooting here. This is the perfect modern office location.
Mariah M.
6 months ago
This location is extremely versatile. The giant windows and sky roof’s sprinkled throughout the building offer tons of beautiful natural light. The interior design of the office gives you plenty to work with in terms of production design — the furniture is so unique! We didn’t have to bring in extra set dressing except for tabletop props and accents. Otherwise, the space does all the work for you! This office can work both as a modern corporate vibe or as a startup depending on how you frame it. We chose a blend of the two and it worked nicely. The space is quiet for running audio, but definitely check the calendar of events for DTLA before booking if you’re going to run sound. There was a car parade one of the mornings of our shoot that lasted a couple of hours and because we were filming in a room closest to the street, we had to really dodge the honking horns and parade noise. Once we moved out of the room, even though the parade was still going on we didn’t have any sound issues, but if I had thought to look that up I would’ve changed my shooting schedule a bit to avoid the noise. It still worked out in the end, but worth looking into if you’re going to shoot primarily in the offices closest to the street! In terms of production logistics, the back entrance to the building is in a wide alleyway which makes loading and unloading gear easy. For bigger productions, the only caveat is even if you pay for posted parking in the area (which takes more time than a standard permit because LA has to move these giant planters and get approval to do so), you’ll still have to unload your gear and then re-park your trucks in the posting. You can’t leave your trucks in the alleyway, otherwise, you could/will probably get a ticket for staying parked back there. Because the space has so much natural lighting, unless you’re trying to shoot something extremely stylized with excess specialty lighting, a 1-ton G&E package is plenty. We unloaded all our production supplies and G&E package in about an hour and re-parked without any issue. There’s a Joes Auto Park that is a short walk to the back alley entrance that’s $20.00 a car. We parked our sprinter vans there for convenience. Aside from that, there’s a cheaper lot that’s about $8.00 a car. It’s a slightly longer walk but more affordable. Whether it’s a big production or a smaller one, I would definitely make a parking map — my crew was about 15, and the map I made saved a lot of confusion. Edward and Eva are great location hosts and are also filmmakers themselves, so they understand the workflow which is a luxury! They really let us really turn the space into our home for two days. If you shoot here, please take care of it! It’s one of those locations that should be enjoyed by many.
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