Brooklyn Army Terminal is home to a diverse set of businesses. From furniture makers to art studios, fashion distributors to medical researchers, and more, Brooklyn Army Terminal provides ideal space to a wide-ranging set of businesses of all types and sizes.
is a clinical-stage bioresearch company developing IRX-2, an important new immunotherapy candidate for cancer. IRX Therapeutics is developing novel immunotherapies based upon reversing immune suppression that is typically seen in patients with cancer and other diseases. The lead product, IRX-2, is a primary cell-derived biologic with multiple active cytokine components that acts on multiple cell types of the immune system including T cells, dendritic cells, and natural killer cells.
offers luxury goods, such as watches, handbags, fine pens and more. In 2009 Jomashop relocated to the Brooklyn Army Terminal to enable vast growth and expansion. Today Jomashop is considered the premier online watch shop, offering incredible savings on various watch brands such as Rolex, Breitling, Michael Kors, Fossil and more.
BioBAT‘s mission is to attract, encourage and assist the science and technology industries and public and private institutions in New York State (NYS) by providing facilities and related support at the Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT) for the application, improvement and technology transfer of biotechnology or scientific research and manufacturing, including the sale and/or distribution of such products and services.
is an online marketplace offering a unique collection of creatively-designed products, many of which are handmade or utilize recycled or naturally-sourced materials. Started in 1999, the company is a founding B-Corp member, promoting social justice and environmental responsibility as it builds a better business. UncommonGoods entire operation is under one roof in the BAT.
Chocolatier Jacques Torres
, who is known for his artisan chocolates, is in the process of building out his new manufacturing operations space at Brooklyn Army Terminal. Operations are expected to begin in the new space in Fall 2013.
is a global manufacturer of mechanical springs and formed wire parts serving diverse markets with both stock and custom parts. They have made Brooklyn their headquarters since 1918. Examples of applications using their products include medical pumps, packaging machines, motorcycles, robots and electrical switches. Lee Spring parts have been used on 7 continents and in Outer Space.
is the leading designer and manufacturer of low voltage electronics with products geared for video surveillance, security, access control, fire and life safety applications. Since its inception in 1984, Altronix has led the way by delivering innovative cutting-edge, reliable solutions that integrate with the latest systems technologies.
Urban Green Furniture
is a new eco-friendly and sustainable furniture brand. Their designs range from Mid-Century classics to contemporary styles. Each piece is made using American woods that are sourced locally and are formaldehyde-free and finished in your choice of an array of toxin-free colors and stains.
supports communities by transforming temporarily vacant properties into spaces where artists can flourish. By recycling and repurposing buildings in transition, Chashama invests in neighborhoods, foster local talent, and sustains a vast range of creativity, commerce, and culture.
Marc Joseph NY, Inc.
Marc Joseph New York
is famous for its driving shoes. They utilize the best gel pad inserts, heat presses, laser cutting machinery, and hand touch finish for each and every pair. Marc Joseph New York distributes through a worldwide network of the most prestigious boutiques, chains and department stores.
IAVI – International AIDS Vaccine Initiative
is a full-scale AIDS vaccine research, advocacy, and policy organization. IAVI designs and develops HIV vaccine candidates and conducts vaccine trials and related epidemiological research in partnership with research across the globe.