The 330,000-square-foot project, planned at 744 Clinton Street near the Red Hook Grain Terminal, is being developed by television production studio Samson Stages and Vanta Developers. Plans call for razing an early 20th century warehouse to clear the way for eight soundstages, as well as ancillary features such as parking and a lobby cafe.
The $400-million project, in addition to soundstages, will incorporate public outdoor green spaces along the waterfront, as well as terraces on each of its three floors.
Samson Stages already operates two soundstages with 20,000 square feet of space at nearby sites in Red Hook.
If the project sounds familiar - there's a reason for that. Bjarke Ingels is also designing another studio complex for a Robert De Niro-backed venture in Astoria, Queens.
- Red Hook (Urbanize NYC)