Specs & Features

3000 sq. ft. building, first floor only
1500 sq. ft. (56’x27’) uninterrupted sprung wood dance floor
Mirrors on 2 walls with optional curtains
Lights: Dimmable overhead fixtures on 3 switches
Theatrical lighting available, no lighting board
Mirror ball with pinspot
Multi-colored LED lighting system (optional feature, additional rate applies)
Upright piano
Sound: AUX input, CD Player, 12 line mixer, 2 JBL EON speakers
ADA accessible
Two restrooms
Garage-style roller door to street
Keypad door entry
Lounge with couches & tables


The first floor of 19 Heron, LEVYstudio, is a converted warehouse space typical of the SoMa district. The building was once a stone refinery and still bears some elements of its past with a “True Stone” sign out front and a slab lift inside. Formerly known as Studio Gracia, LEVYdance assumed management of the space in 2007 after the company had been rehearsing here for 3 years. The space is known for hosting a full roster of eclectic weekly open classes like Argentine Tango, 5Rhythms movement meditation, Samba, Bay Area Flash Mob, and the Golden Gate Knights. LEVYdance re-branded the space in 2012 during its 10th Anniversary Season and updated the interior paint and lighting with generous support from the Voluntary Arts Contribution Fund administered by Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund.

History on Heron Alley in SFist

Street Art on Berwick Place www.streetartsf.com