Salvatore Cincotta Photography New Studio

We are a little more than 30 days out from the building completion and what an amazing project this has been for us. When it’s all said and done, we will have rehab’d nearly 12k square feet for our new studio and home for all our staff. I plan on keeping everyone there long hours every day ;)… so we had to add some creature comforts like a cereal bar and coffee bar on the 2nd floor. Then of course, an employee gym on the third floor to work off all those calories. 🙂

The biggest transformation has been to the front of the building. The new store front is nothing short of amazing with all glass replacing the boxed up old windows from the 70s. In addition, there will be a balcony added to the second floor – you can see the new doors where there was once a balcony on the original building, but removed due to the deterioration of the building over time.

More to come for sure. Enjoy.



This Post Has 13 Comments

  1. Melanie Poteat

    wow! What an amazing place! I wouldn’t know what to do with 12,000 square feet! Congrats!

  2. Gina Miller

    looks great guys! Hoping to have a studio of my own at some point. Is this building also in Ofallon? We’re practically neighbors…hoping to meet you and Taylor one day. 🙂

  3. Art Acosta

    Sal I just want to say thanks for sharing your knowledge. You work is incredible. I hope one day I get to meet you and your wife.
    Thanks again.
    Art & Teresa from TeresArt Photography.
    God Bless and good luck on your projects.

  4. Laura

    Looks great….I realized this past year that you aren’t far from where I live. I will have to come by and say hi!! Congratulations…it looks like it will be awesome!

  5. Michael Corsentino

    Nice job buddy! Looking good 😉 – MC

  6. kevin

    Looks awesome. Looks like old asbestos ceiling tiles on the 2nd floor that got ripped out. Be careful with that stuff if it was asbestos. The dormers really transformed the outside. Looks awesome.

  7. Darla

    You guys rock! Looking awesome!

  8. Michelle S Hanks

    Oh, this is coming along well. Fabulous windows on 3rd floor. Great new look!

  9. Kristian Kapon

    Wow! I’m very happy for you guys! The building looks really good!
    Not only a place for great business but talk about treating your employes
    as family with the a gym! What a good boss to work for ha ha.
    I hope with all of your strategic advise you give through your workshops I
    can one day get there Sal!
    Keep us posted with more updates man, it’s exiting to see before and after pictures

    Kristian Kapon

  10. Mart

    Really good job, well done !

  11. Conan Segrest

    Wow, that is just an awesome job that you have done with that place. Can’t wait to see it once it’s all outfitted, thanks for sharing : )

  12. Erica

    Lookin’ good, Sal and Taylor! My little studio can probably fit inside your bathroom but one day I see myself in something like this. Thanks for sharing…

    1. admin

      love it!! make it happen. 🙂

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