Broadway Stages is expanding its Greenpoint film studio

341 Kingsland Avenue gets four additional floors

New York /
Jan.January 10, 2018 10:50 AM

Broadway Stages is more than doubling the size of one of its Greenpoint facilities. The film and television production company filed plans to combine six buildings at 341 Kingsland Avenue into a single studio.

The new building will be six stories tall, up from a current two, according to the filing with the city’s Department of Buildings. The floor area will grow to 101,623 square feet, up from 41,233 square feet.

A spokesperson said the studio has been occupied by a TV show for the past five years, and that the facility is being redeveloped to keep the tenant in place. Construction is expected to start in the second quarter and wrap up within 12 to 18 months.

Last week, Broadway Stages bought a nearby vacant lot at 378 Greenpoint Avenue from Exxon Mobil for $10.2 million.


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