“How to Make it in America” Filming on Ludlow, Take 6

Posted on: April 21st, 2011 at 6:28 am by

As long as that beige Lulu D awning is in place at 164 Ludlow Street, filming for How to Make it in America is an absolute certainty.  The faux boutique was specifically built for the HBO series.  And now the upper Ludlow environs will again host a shoot today.  It marks the fifth consecutive week, and third time in six days, that this particular neighborhood real estate has been a television set.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the Rasta Monsta commercial vans.  Reader Local Synthesis sent along the following photo from last Friday’s late-night shoot.

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It’s also worth noting that legendary Lower East Side artist and muralist Lee Quinones designed the street-inspired Rasta Monsta look. Season 2 of How to Make it in America is scheduled to return later this summer.

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