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.
|Various sizes for food manufacturers||2,000 – 12,000 SF||Immediate||TBD||TBD|
|Lobby – Coffee Vendor||100 – 1,000 SF||Immediate||TBD||TBD|
BAT Building A
|4N||72,000 SF||Immediate||10-30 Years||TBD|
|6N||72,000 SF||Immediate||10-30 Years||TBD|
|7N||72,000 SF||Immediate||10-30 Years||TBD|
|8N||72,000 SF||Immediate||10-30 Years||TBD|
|5H-4||4,761 SF||Immediate||5-10 Years||TBD|
|5H-7||1,710 SF||Immediate||5-10 Years||TBD|
|7H-1||4,035 SF||Immediate||5-10 Years||TBD|
|7H-4||4,517 SF||Immediate||5-10 Years||TBD|
|7H-5||1,896 SF||Immediate||5-10 Years||TBD|
|7H-8||2,645 SF||Immediate||5-10 Years||TBD|
|G Line||20,900 SF||Summer 2017||TBD||TBD|
|I Line||29,900 SF||Summer 2017||TBD||TBD|
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.
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