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The Blue Building

US / New York
Listed By: The Blue Building
Location ID: #999-19119
The Blue Building is a 5 story brick structure in Manhattan's Turtle Bay (Midtown East) that dates to 1865, and was formerly a stable and dairy providing products to Sheffield Farms. The building is a short walk to Grand Central Station and the United Nations. The ground floor features 220V power and houses several unique shooting spaces: 1. Art Gallery, ~1500 sq ft, with original brick walls, 154 year-old Italian terrazzo tile floors and ~11 foot ceilings with exposed oak beams. The gallery has original pre-Industrial NY architectural details and also features a beautifully restored 1927 Steinway Model B grand piano. 2. Shooting Stage/Theatre Space: A very large (~3700 sq ft), very high ceilinged (~20 feet) open raw loft space, unrestored. Very flexible Works for everything from fashion editorial still shoots to music performance and music videos; period romance/horror/suspense/sci-fi film, etc. 3. ClearLight Coffee: We've recently completed a full-service espresso bar with 3-head Slayer machine. Original brick walls and period detail.

Location Category:

  • INDUSTRIAL - Warehouses
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  • MUSEUMS / EXHIBITS - Art / Galleries
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  • RESTAURANTS / EATERIES - Cafes / Coffee Shops
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  • STORES / SHOPS - Antiques
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  • STUDIOS / SETS - Motion Pic / Sound Stage

Architecture Style:

  • Architectural
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  • Brownstone
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  • Period 1800s

Location Address

222 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017
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The Blue Building
222 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 917.385.2564
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