Hollywood in NYC – At a time when the coronavirus pandemic has put entire industries on hold, film and TV production in New York City is moving full steam ahead.
The LGBT Network has completed its move from an old factory in Long Island City’s industrial district to a more accessible and more prestigious address at the iconic Kaufman Astoria Studios. But don’t blame founder and president David Kilmnick if he’s a little disappointed by the timing. “The move is done; we have the keys,”
A corner of Astoria that is currently home to parking lots and industrial buildings could soon become home to a $2 billion arts and cultural hub with new shops, restaurants and thousands of new apartments. Real estate developer Larry Silverstein, BedRock Real Estate Partners, ODA Architecture and Kaufman Astoria Studios are working together to redevelop five
“I will bark for belly rubs and maybe treats!”
“I love playing with my friends at KAS!”