Decatur Studios, Ridgewood

Decatur Studios, Ridgewood Artists Studios for rent in Ridgewood, Queens The studio building Marco BoggiaSella and I have been renovating is finally finished and occupied!

The building is at Decatur St. and Wyckoff Ave in Ridgewood (just over the Brooklyn-Queens border from Bushwick), 2 blocks from the Halsey St. stop on the L train (20 min to Union Square). It's a beautiful old Brewery building with a yard in back. We're going to have a restaurant in the rear space on the ground floor, and we plan to open a bar and event space in the basement. Check back here--we'll post if any studio's become available again,
and we'll keep updating about the progress on the bar, performance/event space and the restaurant!

Operating as usual


An 800 sq Ft space is available August 1st!

The space is on the second floor with high ceilings, great light, and cement floors.
It has its own bathroom and an electric AC/gas heating unit.
There is a freight elevator.
No living



We're fully rented at the moment!
Check back for updates in case anything becomes available.
Work continues (slowly) on the restaurant and the bar. We hope for late spring openings.


The large 1200 sq. ft. studio on the third floor will be available March 1st. It's a great workspace with fantastic light, it's own bathroom, a gas heater/ac unit. $2200 per month.


The smaller ground floor space (1-C) is taken, but 1-B (about 700 sq ft) and 3-AB (1200 sq ft.) are both still available!


Studio 3-AB is also available Jan 1st.
Full 1200 sq. ft., $2200/month.


1563 Decatur St
Queens, NY


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