The Real Deal New York

Clinton Recording Studios sells 10th Avenue building

January 17, 2008 04:37PM

Clinton Recording Studios, where Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen have recorded, has sold its building at 653 10th Avenue for $9.8 million, according to public records. The studio’s owner, Edward Rakowicz, could not immediately be reached for comment. The buyer’s name was not disclosed on the deed. Films that have been scored at Clinton Recording Studios, which is at West 46th Street, include The Aviator, Dream Girls and High Fidelity. Other musicians who have recorded there include Paul Simon, Tony Bennett, Tito Puente and Lenny Kravitz. TRD 

Comments are closed.

MENU
Welcome to TRData
TRData is a new site focused on research, currently in development by The Real Deal, New York City’s largest real estate publisher.
Click here for more information about the site