Tag Archives: Industry

[Commercial Observer] Little Manufacturers Take 14K SF at Brooklyn Army Terminal

The Brooklyn Army Terminal is beefing up its roster of small manufacturing tenants. The New York City Economic Development Corporation, which manages the complex in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, has inked deals with four firms for 14,000 square feet of industrial space in its new micro-manufacturing hub, Commercial Observer can first report. [Read...
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[Patch.com] New Hub For Small Manufacturing Opens At Brooklyn Army Terminal

A new hub dedicated to tiny manufacturing companies started in the Brooklyn Army Terminal this week, offering up space and programs to the growing businesses, officials said. The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) launched the “Micromanufacturing Hub” at the terminal with four businesses taking up space inside including a pour...
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[Untapped Cities] Inside the Brooklyn Army Terminal Food Manufacturing Hub

For the last two years, we’ve been bringing Untapped Cities readers into the Brooklyn Army Terminal in partnership with the NYCEDC for our Behind the Scenes NYC Tours series. Not only did we show off-limits locations, but we also tracked the $15 million development and renovation of the Brooklyn Army Terminal Annex...
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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...
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