Timbaland has put his Thomas Crown Studios recording and post-production facility in Virginia Beach, VA on the market.

The 6,756-square-foot facility sports three control rooms, a two-story live room, two bedrooms (which have been acoustically designed for use in recording as needed), four bathrooms, lobby, office space, a commercial kitchen, multiple lounges and a server room with dedicated HVAC.

Justin Timberlake’s Future Sex/Love Sounds album was recorded at the site, and other artists whose work was recorded and/or mixed there include Beyoncé, Kanye West, Missy Elliot, Diddy and Nelly Furtado, among others. 

Sitting on .2893 acres of land, the WSDG-designed facility itself has an asking price of $695,000—reportedly nearly $250,000 below assessed value—while the studio equipment is being offered under a separate agreement for $200,000.
The studios’ system design was created and spec’d by renowned engineer Jimmy Douglass.
Studio A’s gear includes both a 72-channel Neve VR Series console and Yamaha DM2000 desk; custom Augspurger monitor speakers; and racks filled with gear from Eventide, Yamaha, Lexicon, Universal Audio, Tube-Tech, dbx, Avalon, Millennia Music, Tascam and more.
Meanwhile, Studio B’s inventory includes a Solid State Logic AWS 900 analog workstation; custom Augspurger monitor speakers, along with monitors from Yamaha, Casio and KRK; and racks with gear from Avalon Design, Apogee, dbx, Lexicon, XTA, Yamaha and others.