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Brooklyn Funky Warehouse 1

Brooklyn Funky Warehouse 1

This Brooklyn landmark, built in the 1890s, played a significant role in the American Industrial Revolution. It was once a rope factory that produced twine and oakum for the shipyards along the East River, and it also gave birth to the famous warship, the USS Monitor. Warehouse 1 retains the original brick and wood from the era, and the building facade dates back to the 1890s. This raw and versatile landmark was recently restored with careful attention to historical details and is now ready for your next event. The space can host expos, art exhibits, weddings, and other events based on local occupancy permits. Temperature control keeps this stage comfortable all year, and bathrooms are conveniently located.

With a 21.9′ wide x 13.9′ high rolling gate, and two beams one low ( 26.7′ high ) and one high ( 31.9′ high ), T1 is an amazing stage to build your shoot in.

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Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1
Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1
Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1
Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1
Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1
Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1
Bill Milling
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