I run an performance marketing company based out of Tampa, Florida. We just renovated a 6,500 sq ft warehouse into office space. We have 4 massive bay doors and a ton of open space that is currently being unused. I would like to monetize this space by offering a turnkey photo studio to local area photographers and agency in need of temporary space to shoot. I already have a decent amount of equipment and gear that I believe would be valuable and appeal to local photographers. Of course, I have no data to back this theory. So I am wondering if this a venture worth diving into or not. If so, can anybody help shed some light on possible rates to lease this space? I would probably set up rate sheets by the hour vs. by the day or week. I just think that's more logical and easier to manage. I would think $35 - $85 per hour with rate decreasing with more hours purchased, as an incentive of sorts. So 2 hours for say $125 or 8 hours for $275. Does that seem fair and reasonable? I want to help our local photographers, not rip them off with ridiculous rates. Of course, also trying to make money in the process. I can supply a list of gear that we already have on deck if that would help or anything else needed to derive rates, etc. Total square footage available would be approx. 2,500 sq ft or so and with the bay door access, I believe we can appeal to wide range of photographers' needs. Ability to bring in vehicles (cars, motorcycles, boats, etc.) is definitely feasible. And while we currently only have a standard cloth drops, I am highly considering building an infinity wall (if that's the right terminology) to create even more appeal to photographers and agency's. Thanks in advance!