Gowanus Arts Building

GowanusExterior_mThe Gowanus Arts Building is located several blocks from the infamous Gowanus Canal in the industrial neighborhood of the Gowanus and hosts its own burgeoning new artists community in a 15,000 square foot former soap factory which now provides work space for over a dozen painters, dancers, sculptors, musicians, architects and photographers.


Gowanus Main Space

This is Spoke the Hub’s main rental, rehearsal and performance space.

The space offers renters:

  • Almost 2,400 square feet with an open performance area of approximately 38′ x 35′ of beautiful loft space (third floor walk-up)
  • 75 person capacity
  • Three exposed brick walls of windows
  • Sprung oak floor
  • Mirrors
  • CD and iPod dock
  • A separate bathroom and lobby area
  • Theatrical lighting system (for performances ONLY)
  • Wrap-around theater curtain
  • Portable risers for tiered seating

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Gowanus Studio B

This is Spoke the Hub smaller rehearsal and performance space. It is a third floor walk-up with no elevator.

The space offers renters:

  • 30′ x 18′ floor space
  • CD Player and iPod Sound System
    (provide your own aux cable if needed)
  • One exposed wall of windows and skylight
  • Sprung oak floor
  • Mirrors
  • A/C, Heating
  • Ballet barres
  • Piano
  • Private bathroom

Gowanus Studio C

This is Spoke the Hub smallest space. Ideal for small classes i.e. writing, art, music etc. It is a third floor walk-up with no elevator.

The space offers renters:

  • 13′ x 11′ floor space
  • Sprung oak floor
  • A/C, Heating
  • Small kitchenette with fridge and sink
  • Tables and chairs available

TRANSPORTATION/PARKING

  • SUBWAY: R train to Union Street at 4th Avenue
  • SUBWAY: B, D, Q, 2, 3, 4 or 5 trains and the LIRR to Atlantic Avenue/ Barclay Center Station
  • BUS: B37 to 3rd Avenue and Douglass Street
  • BUS: B63 to 5th Avenue and Douglass Street
  • PARKING: Street parking only

HOW TO RENT
Please contact Lori Jorgensen (space@spokethehub.org) for more information.