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What a fun and entertaining online video shoot at our Office #3Hubspot shot these three scenarios about office staff who struggle with their computer programs. Their creative team had such cool ways to illustrate those frustrations – ie: check out torching fire, spilling coffee and dumping into a fish tank!
 
 
Thanks again to director/DP: Leticia de Bortoli, producer Maura McGrath and production designer Carol Deelay.

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When we were asked to find a non-gender teen’s bedroom for the U.S Dept. Defense's 360 video shoot, we knew this one in House #23 was just right. The project is a “banner ad” – a virtual reality experience for smartphones to help recruit teens to the military. What a creative and interactive project! The team completely redid the bedroom and the result is awesome.

 

Thanks to producer/director Sam Baumel at www.sambumel.com,designer Amanda Deperez and the rest of the creative team!

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It was wonderful to book two homes for this TLC series, “Long Lost Family.”  They needed a family house and an upscale reunion house, both based in The Rockaways for this interview-style documentary series. We were so pleased to host this episode in our colorful House #14 by the bay, as well as House #21 – a beautiful upscale home by the beach. The houses and beach setting were perfect for this newly reunited Rockaway birth mother and the daughter she gave up. Rock Locations was thankful to be a part of this special real-life reunion.
Enjoy viewing: Episode 6, Season 6, “What Family Feels Like”

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We were so happy to host the Hypebeast Style team in our Office #3Hypebeast needed a clean, basic, 1970s-look office location with neutral tones for the classic watch brand, Bulova. And of course they got exactly that here in our office on the bay. Clearly this stunning fashion style and the office are so well-paired, we love this result!

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How clever to find our Office #3 to use as a police station! This Japanese re-enactment TV series about animals, needed this location for a scene about a missing cat; and it’s the police officer’s job to help track down the local NYC cat thief. Thanks so to Duo Creative for finding our sweet office on the bay. Even though it’s spoken in Japanese, we know this location was just purr-fect!

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Social Chain needed a single gal’s house with a creepy basement for this horror spoof trailer for a Hinge dating app podcast. The podcast is all about the trials and tribulations of modern dating and some negative trends like ghosting. We had the perfect house for this job that included a scary basement to do her laundry. Thanks to Social Chain and to the director, Hannah Kealy for showing off the exterior and interior of our House #2 so wonderfully!

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We knew that this new Hanky Panky Lingerie collection shoot in our House #25 would be so amazing! Sexy! Beautiful! They chose the perfect luxurious house for this glamorous IG influencer/model. Check out these photos on set with Lindsi Lane. The model + lingerie + the house were a huge winner for us!
Thanks again  to Lindsi Lane and Hanky PankyLisa Richov, Ashlee GlazerJoesph Maine, Amanda Hart and Jason Banker.

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Check out the full video here!

It was great to book House #24 for this startup brand where local people in the community can “host” sports fans and take them to a sporting event and immerse them in the culture of the sport and traditions.
The team needed exactly this sort of front house exterior and also an older man’s dated interior family home, and of course they got both!
Thanks to People's Television, producer Neil Solomon and director
Gregg Bailey.

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