Available Space

Leasing opportunities at Brooklyn Army Terminal often outshine those of other local commercial spaces. Brooklyn Army Terminal currently has space available in a variety of configurations. Find square footage (SF) information and links to related floor plans below, or submit a Space Inquiry Form. You may also contact us by phone:

  • Nicole Tillery
  • Gina Damond
  • Rico Murtha
  • Joseph Cirone
  • For rent pricing, please inquire.

ANNEX — Food Manufacturing Hub

Space Area Possession Term
Various sizes for food manufacturers 1,000 – 8,000 SF Immediate TBD
Lobby -Retail/Manufacturing 800 SF Immediate TBD

Buildings A & B

Building Floor Space Area (Sq. ft) Possession Term
Building B 5th Fl MicroHub 5H-7 1,725 Immediate 5-10 Years
Building B 7th Fl MicroHub 7H-8 3,068 Immediate 5-10 Years
Building A 5th Fl MicroHub 5N-7 4,235 Immediate 5-10 Years
Building A 5th Fl MicroHub 5N-5 6,311 Immediate 5-10 Years
Building A Ground Floor DOCK4 13,578 Immediate 5-10 Years
Building A 4th Fl 4N 79,340 Immediate
Building A 7th Fl 7N 79,340 Immediate
Building A 8th Fl 8N 79,340 Immediate

The Brooklyn Army Terminal Advantage

Brooklyn Army Terminal is often able to offer more secure, longer-term leases than private property owners because New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) manages the complex. Because NYCEDC is committed to creating jobs and retaining businesses throughout the City, Brooklyn Army Terminal offers particularly attractive rents. Brooklyn Army Terminal also provides many other amenities, including the flexibility to lease additional space as your business grows. Brooklyn Army Terminal tenants may also be eligible for certain financial incentives.

No warranty or representation, express or implied is made as to the accuracy of the information contained herein and same is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental, or other conditions, withdrawal without notice, and to any special listing conditions. Notwithstanding anything stated herein, all disposal of property is subject to and in accordance with Title 5-A of Article 9 and Section 2824(1)(e) of the Public Authorities Law added to such law by the Public Authorities Accountability Act of 2005 (“PAAA”) of the State of New York.