Huge, unique loft in the perfect Williamsburg location. Rooftop access, 3 minutes walk to Bedford L train, 3 minutes walk to East River Ferry. Artsy, yet comfortable. Lots of Bars and restaurants. The true authentic Brooklyn experience. A Must See!
This is an original factory building with a modern charm. Formerly a suitcase factory, this one of a kind Williamsburg original makes for a comfortable living environment with massive space and heaps of light. Filled with stylish Mid Century furniture, a vintage and industrial design. Feels like your home away from home.
Roof top access of sweeping views of Manhattan.
The locations close to some of the best quality bars and restaurants in the City and Brooklyn. I'm happy to point you in the right direction and leave you with guide to explore.
Williamsburg is the hotspot in Brooklyn. It has so much at arms reach. You are surrounded by some of the best restaurants in the city and waterfront views of Manhattan.
Enjoy a ferry ride to Manhattan just a few steps from the Loft and one stop access to the heart of the City on the L train. The Loft is about 3 minutes walk to both subway and ferry terminal.
Rooftop, laundry, great bars and restaurants nearby.
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I work in the adventure film/TV but I dabble in other creative media like music and photography...
Peter Goetz’ innate love for adventure is palpable. The California native and UC Berkeley alum is a seasoned veteran of documentary adventure television and film, using his vast experiences around the globe to carve out compelling stories about unique subcultures and ordinary people enduring the impossible.
Goetz has visited over 65 countries working on such fan favorites as Survivor (13 seasons), Amazing Race, Ultimate Survival Alaska 2, and Expedition Impossible. He’s also stepped into the rare worlds of his subjects with his work on Swamp People, Yukon Men, The Buried Life and Die Trying.
With over a decade of adventure programming experience under his belt, Goetz has left few rocks unturned, and without question (or hesitation) he’s enjoyed every second of it! For Goetz, each project introduces a greater take-away than the adventure at hand, he feels honored to unveil the raw interactions and emotional connections that organically unfold before him. Goetz takes us on a journey by intimately exposing what is at its most authentic, a truly uninterrupted social experience.
“Working in remote, extreme environments, every project offers up its own series of challenges. The best stories are spontaneous and allowing for moments to surface naturally is essential to producing story gold. The single most rewarding element of any adventure project is to experience the thrill of the unknown and witness the transformative payoff of ordinary folks enduring extreme adversity. We are resilient creatures, but we so rarely put ourselves to the test. When we do, it’s life changing! “
In addition to being recognized for his distinctive production work, Goetz is an acclaimed photographer and soulful musician. With each new opportunity that his fast-paced career brings, Goetz finds himself enveloped and inspired by his surroundings. He speaks both Spanish and Portuguese, opening up experiences to direct his award winning bilingual documentary film, Sofia, write and record trilingual songs that have granted him the opportunities to tour Australia and perform at the X-Games in Brazil. In addition, his innovative photography techniques have led to global exhibits of his work.
Needless to say, Goetz has found a comfortable place for himself in both the music and photography worlds by expressing his explorative lifestyle through his many talents. He has the uncanny ability to captivate his audience thanks to his natural draw and eye for the extraordinary. No matter the medium, Goetz is known for entertaining colorful crowds on nearly every continent — if not to their television sets, then through film, song, and storytelling.