Rockella Space, a renowned provider of affordable artist studios in Brooklyn and Queens, is excited to announce its expansion into prime locations in Chelsea, Manhattan. These thoughtfully designed spaces cater to a diverse range of creative disciplines, fostering collaboration, innovation, and individual expression within a vibrant artist community, all while offering unparalleled access to cultural landmarks and the bustling city life that inspires artistic growth. Spaces are available from August 1st, 2024. To be added to the waitlist, press the BOOK A VIEWING button and fill out the form.

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Brown Bears Studio

1660 E New York Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11212

Brown Bears Studio encourages music professionals to come make a home in our soundproof spaces and visual artists to create in our affordable, large, light-filled spaces. Located in Brownsville, an area that has a history of producing music that moves and street art that uses huge outdoor brick walls as its canvas, Brown Bears Studio occupies a building with a long history of creativity by New Yorkers. Traditionally, the neighborhood has a long history of manufacturing products such as food, furniture, and metals and our building is no exception with a history of millinery manufacturing.

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One Eyed Studios

1639 Centre St, Queens, NY 11385

Built in 1930 and with a long history of housing creative industries such as fabric producers for major department stores like Macy’s, One Eyed Studios sits on the culturally artistic border of Bushwick and Ridgewood. Serving a diverse community of traditional crafts and contemporary makers, our Members range in artistic disciplines from World Class Tattoo Artists to Contemporary Visual Artists.

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Decatur St Studios

1563 Decatur St, Queens, NY 11385

The oldest of all our buildings, Decatur St Studios inhabits a 1898 brick building that once housed Diogenes Brewing Co, which operated between 1898 and 1920. Since then, it has housed many creative industries before Rockella Space took it over in 2020. This old building is filled with light and original industrial features, and fast becoming a creative hub for music, food, and art.

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