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    Senior Member cseeman's Avatar
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    Wink Livestream leasing out some of their unused space.

    Here's their craigslist ad (doing it through craigslist no less!). If you follow the link there's lots of photos of the space.
    http://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/off/4620277532.html

    Beautiful, open plan retail and office space with natural light and original industrial features available immediately in East Williamsburg/Bushwick.

    Location is 192 Morgan Avenue in Brooklyn. This space is being leased by Livestream based across the street at 195 Morgan Avenue (the former 3rd Ward space). Its proximity to Livestream Public's event & education space makes this a prime location for startups, makers, artists and galleries.

    Details:
    Recently renovated building with A/C
    Industrial features including brushed cement floors, exposed brick and exposed ceiling beams
    Rooftop access with city and water views
    Second floor - office or artist studio use
    Ground floor - office or retail/gallery

    Four spaces currently available:

    Second floor - Studio 1 - 1,500 sq feet - incredible room, filled with natural light and river view: $4,000/month + utilities additional

    Second floor - Studio 2 - 1,000 square feet: $2,667/month + utilities additional

    Second floor - Studio 3 - 650 square feet: $1,733/month + utilities additional

    Ground floor - 2,200 square feet (including basement) retail space with basement - ideal for a gallery: $5,867 + utilities additional

    If you are interested in leasing multiple spaces, please contact us to discuss.

    Available immediately
    Verizon FiOS available
    Terms: 3 months deposit + first month rent

    Contact Dan Pacheco to schedule a visit: show contact info show contact info

    www.livestream.com
    http://www.livestreampublic.com/

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    Interesting. I wonder what this means for the state of the company
    you best get steppin

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscarmartz View Post
    Interesting. I wonder what this means for the state of the company
    Their "Livestreampublic" seems pretty empty as well.
    http://www.livestreampublic.com

    I went down there to ask about booking their public space for an event and they never got back with a price.
    I saw the room where they build the turnkey streaming boxes they sell. There didn't seem to be much being built.
    Their $1999 software dropped to about $799.
    Either the discovery on their landing page is weak or they don't seem to have many streams happening.
    http://new.livestream.com/watch

    Maybe I just don't understand their business model.

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    Lot of things wrong with their business model...Yep!

    Business in high tech is very dynamic. Business owners slip into a comfort zone and don't change.

    What they got paid big bucks for in the past...well those days are gone soon enough.

    Condescending support personnel don't make the mix any better.

    There are too many ways to do the things that in the past were expensive and difficult to do --and shrouded in mystery.

    In other words, they will probably have to do a complete rework of their business and find new creative ways to build the revenue stream.

    Startup companies with an edge and are on the front side of emerging industries make the big bucks in the product lifecycle.

    The problem is... the product lifecyle as it matures means prices come down or...else.
    Last edited by domineaux; 09-06-2014 at 07:27 AM.

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