Turn Of The Century Historic Brownstone
Upper Manhattan - New York, NY
The Parlour House is a historic NYC turn of the century Renaissance revival brownstone that was designed and constructed by the architect of Carnegie Hall - William Tuthill. The home serves as multi-functional space hosting a variety of photo/film shoots and events.
We are conveniently located in central Harlem directly off of 125th Street. Notable Harlem staples such as Sylvia's and the Red Rooster are 3 short blocks away.
We have hosted many TV and feature film productions as well as talents the likes of: Mary J Blige, Alicia Keys, Joel Schumacer, John Leguizamo, Amar'e Stoudemire and countless others.
Amenities & Features
Cleaning Fee: $80
Minimum Booking: 4 hours
Furniture can be rearranged
Can be rented till late at night
Protected by $2,000,000 Host Insurance
Every booking on thisopenspace includes liability coverage, at no additional cost.