Industrial/Warehouse

Luxury Industrial Floor | Wrap Around Balcony | NYC + Bridge Views

Offir B.

Brooklyn, NY

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The building dates back to 1898 and was originally designed by the George M. Newhall Engineering Co. for the Arbuckle Brothers sugar refinery. Brothers John and Charlie Arbuckle moved to Brooklyn in 1881 to become the greatest coffee roasters of their generation in the 1860s. Arbuckle invented a machine that efficiently roasted, ground, and packaged coffee into small bags for mass distribution throughout the country. Prior to this innovation, coffee beans had to be sold unroasted from barrels and were easily spoiled. Arbuckle patented a unique egg-and-sugar glaze that prolonged the freshness of their coffee beans as they were transported west. In 1887, Arbuckle launched a sugar refinery at 10 Jay Street when Havemeyer Sugar refused to lower prices for their biggest customer. Havemeyer went into the coffee business in response, resulting in depressed coffee and sugar prices for years.

Size
23,000 Sq. ft
Rooms
2
Restrooms
10
Power
400 AMP 3 Phase
Parking
Street
Noise
Quiet
Student Rate
No
Movable Furniture
No
Pets
Yes
Insurance required
Yes
Registered Historic
Yes

Amenities

  • A/C
  • Basement
  • Sink
  • Heater

Pricing


Rate:
$10,000+ (12 hour shoot)
Student Discount:
No

Cancellation Policy


$10,000+

12 hour shoot
Your Name or Contact Person
Production Company


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