A MASSIVE INDUSTRIAL FILM LOCATION LIKE NO OTHER IN THE WORLD — COMPLETE WITH SIX DIFFERENT BUILDINGS, A WHOLE SLEW OF AMENITIES, AND TONS OF PARKING.

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SIX SEPARATE BUILDINGS

MARINE A GRAIN ELEVATOR

This first-of-its-kind grain elevator was built in 1925. The silos themselves are approximately 120 feet of solid concrete — with an incredible reverb. The interior is a long corridor with repeating silos for an eerie, brutalist feel.

LAKE & RAIL GRAIN ELEVATOR COMPLEX

The Lake and Rail Elevator was built in four steps over the years 1927 to 1930, reaching a total capacity of 4,400,000 bushels. This elevator was in operation until 2017, so the premises are cleaner than the other buildings on site. The complex features infrastructure for direct train shipment.

AMERICAN Grain Elevator

Built in 1906 for the American Malting Corporation — this used to be the elevator for the production of beers for Eastern market consumption, but fell victim to the Prohibition. These looming white structures provide a great backdrop for events and have been successfully utilized for video projection.

PEROT MALT HOUSE

This five-story red brick malt house was used for malting barley and was built in 1907. The interior is clean and very spacious with malting furnaces located on the ground floor.

Perot Grain Elevator

The Perot Grain elevator is a towering structure — instantly recognizable. The first floor is spacious with stunning white concrete, and often utilized for weddings and live music events. The structure was built in 1907 and decommissioned in 1963.

American Warehouse

This structure was built in 1906 and served as a combination mill and warehouse for the American Malting Company. The first floor consists of a large room with 20′ ceilings and large concrete columns with smooth, concrete floors.