• BAT Annex

    New commercial and industrial space with flexible leasing options.

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  • Available Space

    Affordable & flexible leasing opportunities for commercial or industrial space.

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  • Featured Tenant

    Learn more about Urban Green and other Brooklyn Army Terminal tenants.

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  • Amenities

    On-site parking, full-service banking, day care, management, and more amenities.

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  • Financial Incentives

    Brooklyn Army Terminal offers business incentives to qualified companies.

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  • History

    This industrial space has a rich history, from manufacturing to military.

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  • Directions

    Get to Brooklyn Army Terminal via public transit and parking information.

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  • Brooklyn Army Terminal Tours

    Public tours are offered 1-2 weekend days per month, 11am-1pm.

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Brooklyn Army Terminal is the premiere location for tenants who are in the business of innovation.
We offer flexible leasing opportunities for commercial and light industrial space.

55 acres of prime business opportunity

News & Events

  • [Forbes] Eyewear Company Lowercase NYC Is First High-Tech Manufacturing Startup At Brooklyn Army Terminal

    During World War II, the Brooklyn Army Terminal was the largest military supply base of the New York Port of Embarkation. During the war and afterward, it was the point of departure for millions of troops, including Elvis Presley, and tons of military equipment. After shuttering in the 1960s, the location was taken over by the City of New York in the 1980s, and for decades, it served mostly as industrial storage. [Read more]

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  • [Video] Uncertain Industry: The Future of Manufacturing in New York City

    Watch Now New York City was once the capital of American manufacturing. In 1950, the city boasted nearly one million manufacturing jobs. In 2016, that number has dwindled to 78,000. Today, New York’s surviving factories face stiff competition from foreign imports, and they have to fight for space against condo developments and businesses ranging from art galleries to clothing stores. Students in Fordham University Master of Public Media program, working under the guidance of WNET’s Interactive Engagement group, examine the future of the Garment industry in Manhattan. They also explore Sunset Park, Brooklyn as a possible solution to maintaining manufacturing Continue Reading

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  • Renovation Complete at Brooklyn Army Terminal’s Annex Building

    The Brooklyn Army Terminal’s Annex building is poised for its next act as a manufacturing hub.

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