Location Rental: Liberty Tower, New York City

The ultimate vintage wood-paneled office spaces for film & photography in a romantic 33-story Gothic skyscraper for built in 1909.

  • Readily accessible in the Lower Manhattan  Financial District
  • Early 20th century executive headquarters occupying an entire floor
  • Library, Dining Room, Study, Harry Sinclair’s office, etc. all in the former iconic Sinclair Oil Company Building
  • Rare 360-degree views of downtown Manhattan including both the East River and the Hudson River, Wall Street and the skyline
  • Famed Boardroom stretches the full width of the building with original floor to ceiling walnut paneling and marbleized columns
  • Large high and dramatic marbleized rotunda with a dome ceiling and a green and white terrazzo floor
  • Bookshelf lined walnut paneled Dining Room
  • Original grain painted steel  trim, pressed glass doors with gold lettering and vintage kitchen and bathrooms
  • Finishings are gathered up early twentieth century furniture from the original building
  • In addition to two passenger elevators, there is a freight elevator opening directly into the space accessed from an alley for loading & unloading
  • Original hanging glove light fixtures and brass hardware in a Gothic design throughout
  • 5,000 square feet provides amble space for film production and staging
  • Owner  has 40 years of experience with film and still photography shoots
  • Direct access to electric panels with ample supply
  • Cooperative film-friendly building

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