Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Shared Greenpoint Studio Space with window for rent- $400 for 200 sf

The studio is a shared 525 square foot space at Greenpoint Ave. between Newel and Provost St. In a lovely warehouse/studio complex. It is clean, safe, close to the Greenpoint G train. The building has 24 hour security, with 24 hour access. The brick buildings are newly renovated with new windows, heat, air conditioning, internet, slop sink, shared kitchen and beautiful bathrooms that are cleaned multiple times a week. There is also a freight elevator and a shared gallery space where people put on their own shows. We are apart of the Brooklyn Art Studios group that participates in Open Studios and many other social activities.

The private studio itself will be shared by the 3 of us and has hardwood floors and a wall of windows (with east facing light). We have done our best to make it homey and a happy productive working space. Allison (
www.allisonmaletz.com) is a watercolor, photographer and media artist, She does not make a mess doesn’t work with any solvents. Rachel is a photographer and mixed media/fine art media artist. Our practices are both very self contained, keeping our paint and materials to ourselves and we prefer not to work in a dusty environment (no wood sanding, ceramics, dust, etc.).

We are looking for a studio mate who also works with nontoxic materials. We are renting 200 sf of the 525 square foot space for $400 a month. We are open to short or long term renters on a month to month lease. Utilities range from about $5-10 per person per month and are based on our room’s electricity usage.

One month rent, and One month for a security deposit are required for move in at the earliest Feb 20, at the latest March 1, 2013.

Please email
Allison@allisonmaletz.com with questions. Also please see photos. (The left side of the room (if you are facing windows), is what will be clean, empty, and available to rent).


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