Industry City wants you to be their new tenant.
The 40-acre site at Bush Terminal, along the Sunset Park waterfront, just launched a rebranding campaign to attract new tenants in the creative and technology industries.
We started this rebranding initiative because we can sense there is a vibrant energy here that is an ideal match for the temperaments of both creative and tech firms, stated Bruce Federman, director of real estate at Industry City Associates. There are already studios, art galleries, manufacturers and businesses located here and we are hoping to attract additional like-minded firms from the apparel industry, for example, to this burgeoning neighborhood.
Industry City recently hosted Brooklyn Fashion Weekend and has enormous amount available for use by artists and the like. There are 60 newly renovated united of office space, ranging from 616 to 980 square feet in Building 2. They are made of easily modified sheet rock interior and outfitted with a 60-inch circuit breaker panel that can handle enough power for even the heaviest industrial use. Industry City also has spaces available, ranging from 6,000 to 140,000 square feet that can house any type of company.
The waterfront property is also getting a makeover that will modernize the infrastructure of its historic property. Be on the lookout for new website redesign and social media presence.