Old School Brooklyn At Its Best!

Studio 308 at Brown Bears Studios offers an affordable space with enough room to just get to work.

With a freshly painted floor, Studio 308 has a ton of natural light seeping through an industrial window and is perfect for a painter or sculptor.

Courage comes by taking the first step! Come take that step with us!


Studio Size: 192sqft
Monthly Rental: $950p/m
Lease Term: 12 months

  • Private Studio
  • Free WiFi
  • Freight Elevator (Business Hours)
  • 24/7 Security Access
  • Mailroom
  • Surveillance Cameras
  • After Hours Onsite Security
  • Super on Premises

Please Note: Does Not Include Electricity (Avg $15p/m)



  • Private Studio

  • Communal Area

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Lounge area

  • Kitchenette

  • Freight elevator during business hours

  • HVAC

  • 24/7 Security Access

  • Mail room

  • Surveillance Cameras

  • After Hours Onsite Security

  • Super on premises


Occupying a five story manufacturing building, Brown Bears Studios boasts large industrial windows in most of the studios with a unique number of soundproof spaces that are reserved for music professionals in the basement. With spaces ranging from 100sqft to 500sqft, our industrial building features 12-14ft high ceilings, slop sinks, natural light with some period features intact throughout.

There is no doubt the creative history of the building can’t be missed with exposed ceiling beams, industrial pipes and orignal wooden floors adding a richness to the general aesthetic and charm of this old manufacturing building.

Building History

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 neighbourhood 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.