Heritage Loft Photography Studio
True New York style loft in the heart of Gastown. 1906 brick and concrete construction completely restored in 2006. This grand open concept includes 14’ high ceilings, concrete floors, visible piping and minimal modern walls.
A true example of a heritage conversion building in Vancouver. Huge deck overlooking Vancouver’s city scape as well as a smaller rooftop deck with panoramic city, water and mountain views.
Weekly: not available
Monthly: not available
Cleaning Fee: $70
Minimum Booking: 4 hours
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Can be rented until 10 PM
Day rate is for an 8 hour day.
Access to actual rooftop is subject to Strata approval and not included in the rental fee. Must remain in the railing area of rooftop patio.
These fees are for smaller shoots etc. Commercial work will be quoted at on the basis of the production.
Cleaning fee will be adjusted according to amount of people and time rented if needed.
We had such a great experience renting the space from Erich! Not only was he extremely easy to deal with he is just an all over awesome guy! The space was beautiful with some serious great lighting! We will definitely be renting from him again!
The studio is exactly as described with beautiful furniture and lots of natural lighting. Erich even let us use a few of his photography equipment. Definitely would book here again if another photoshoot opportunity arises. Thank you Erich! It was great meeting you.
Erich and Prudence were absolutely fantastic! Erich was the one who responded to all my questions and messages. Replies were always prompt and with all the necessary information. Erich was also exceptionally helpful and allowed us to use a lot of his photography gear (reflectors, extension cords, trigger cables). They were completely gracious and lovely and I am definitely coming back to this space because of them. The space itself is gorgeous and the huge south facing windows provided so much beautiful natural light. I mentioned to Prudence that those windows were worth millions.
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