Well removed from the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan, the Financial District and Downtown Brooklyn lies Industry City, one of New York City’s premier places to do business. Located in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, this collection of turn-of-the-20th century warehouses and industrial plants has now been readapted for use as a modern for center for manufacturing, design and other key economic sectors.
Home to a bevy of companies that include Time Inc., West Elm and even the Brooklyn Nets, Industry City holds a number of marquee tenants. Though it may not be the most obvious place to relocate a business compared to Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn, its proven to be exceedingly popular for tenants in recent years, especially those involved in manufacturing, media, design, technology and fashion. Here’s a quick look at why your business should consider moving to Industry City.
Abundant and Flexible Office Space
The complex boasts more than six million square feet of readapted industrial space for use by tenants. It’s flexible, wide open floorplans, 13-foot ceilings, abundant light and easy adaptability make it ideal advanced manufacturers, retailers, fashion designers, publishers, tech firms and other clients. For creative-minded businesses seeking flexible places to design, experiment and produce their products, Industry City is hard to beat.
In addition to its flexible and adaptable workspaces, the complex also offers outstanding amenities for its clients, truly making it a city within a city. The complex boasts five acres of open space, striking views of the Manhattan skyline and New York Harbor and cutting-edge Internet access for tenants to enjoy.
In addition, it also holds a 40,000-square foot food hall, coffee bar, café, onsite parking, bike racks and 10,000 square feet of communal spaces to encourage collaboration, creativity and thinking. All of these amenities make the location a vibrant, fun and creative place to do business.
A Vibrant Neighborhood in a Great Location
Located in Sunset Park on the striking Brooklyn waterfront, the complex boasts a prime location. Transportation is provided by the Prospect Avenue, 25th Street, 36th Street and 45th Street subway stations nearby as well as numerous bus stops. A diverse array of shops and restaurants can be found in the area while Bush Terminal Piers Park and Sunset Park offer abundant greenspace to relax after work or during a lunch break.