1) For television series, The Good Wife - they need a high end office building. It would be for 2 days of filming with 1 day of prep and 1 day of wrap for a total of 4 days sometime between Sept 4th and 14th. If you have any referrals, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org and reference, The Good Wife.
2) For an independent feature film (i.e. somewhat low-budget), called "Don't Get Excited". They are looking for office space (and a lobby and a conference room) in a modern building. It doesn't have to be empty, but they don't want it to be incredibly busy as well. They tried RXR in Uniondale already,and they were out of their price range. They have $6,000 for 4 days ($1500 a day). Thats not a lot of money, but they are pretty small - 35 person crew, no campers, only 1 truck and a few vans. They'd like to do catering there as well, if possible. If you have any suggestions, please e-mail email@example.com and reference Don't Get Excited.
3) For HBO series, Boardwalk Empire - They're looking for rows of bungalow kit houses with a vacant lot. Any areas of Long Island you recommend they go to? Somewhere near the water perhaps? I was thinking the Camp Grounds in Merrick. Any other suggestions? They need to find rows of Arts and Crafts kit houses a la 1920's Chicago. Something like the link below or attached photo, but one story or one and half story homes. http://www.searshomes.org/index.php/tag/ocean-view/ If you have any suggestions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and reference Boardwalk Empire.