Quixote Studios has acquired Chandler Valley Studios, the former location of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company from NBC’s The Office.
Chandler Studios boasts two stages, each of which offers 15,000 square feet, with one stage measuring 33-feet high, and the other 35-feet high. The lot also features 6,000 square feet of office space, tons of parking, and the biggest cycs in Los Angeles.
The famed location will open for bookings starting on March 1, and it can accommodate film and television, and commercial productions, as well as photoshoots.
Quixote was founded by Mikel Elliott and Jordan Kitaen in the early ’90s, and operates stages in Hollywood, West Hollywood, Griffith Park, North Valley and Sylmar, plus New Orleans.
The exterior of Dunder Mifflin and its wacky parking lot are instantly recognizable to fans of The Office, which is currently streaming on Peacock. Steve Carell‘s Michael Scott would likely commend Quixote for its latest acquisition, as he was fond of quoting Wayne Gretzky as saying, “you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”
And to take a page from Rainn Wilson‘s Assistant to the Regional Manager, Dwight Schrute, there’s no word on whether Quixote will look for new sources of revenue — such as a daycare center, muahahaha — now that it owns the building.