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Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1

Brooklyn Warehouse Soundstage 1

Built in the 1890’s, this Brooklyn landmark played a huge role in the American Industrial Revolution. Once a rope factory producing twine and oakum for the shipyards along the East River, it was also the birthplace of the famous wartime ship, the USS Monitor. Terminal Stage 1 boasts the original brick and wood of the era and the building facade remains untouched from the 1890s. This raw and versatile landmark was recently restored with close attention paid to the details of the past and is now prime for your future event. Based on local occupancy permits the space can hold expos, art exhibits, weddings, and more. Temperature control makes this stage pleasant to be in year-round 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
Isabel Scoliard
Jim Relyea
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