Williamsburg became a bustling neighborhood filled with stylish restaurants, hip bars and endless options to experience live music. Proclaimed as the trendiest neighborhood in Brooklyn it became attractive location for national brands like Apple, Trader Joe’s, and Equinox.
Amazing waterfront view, the Domino Park, iconic restaurants and retail corridors contribute to excellent tourist experience. Aside from its thriving nightlife and fun activities, Williamsburg has quickly become home to many businesses in need of offices; for example, Vice Media, West Elm or Williamsburg Bulletin to name a few.
Williamsburg is serviced by the G, J, L, M, and Z trains.
Bushwick is one of Brooklyn’s highly desirable neighborhoods as it borders Ridgewood, Williamsburg, and Bedford-Stuyvesant.
The revitalization of the area began with the Bushwick Initiative’s goal to improve the surrounding blocks by Maria Hernandez Park. The City and State of New York began pouring resources into the neighborhood through various housing and quality-of-life programs, creating a better environment for residents. Bushwick’s makeover attracted the attention of many national retailers, for instance, Starbucks and Chipotle.
Bushwick is serviced by the L, J, M, and Z trains.
49 Wyckoff Ave – With over 60,000 RSF of office space for lease, this building is the perfect opportunity for a brand to establish building identity. The venue features a 10,000 RSF parking lot, rooftop option, a fully equipped kitchenette with vending machines, tables, and a bar so that lunch can be enjoyed in a comfortable setting.
224 Knickerbocker Ave – prime office building in Bushwick as the venue is located on Knickerbocker’s heavy foot traffic block. The building features 6,500 RSF of ground floor office space and 7,500 RSF on the second floor. Amenities include wide, floor-to-ceiling windows for an abundance of natural light. Sitting one block away from the popular Maria Hernandez Park and a short walk from the L train at the Jefferson St station.
Clinton Hill is a popular destination for its diverse bar and restaurant scene as well as its charming residential community.
The area, which is heavily influenced by local artists and hosts Pratt Institute, has an energetic college town vibe. Clinton Hill features a multitude of activities that have attracted more and more people over time. Namely, the Brooklyn Pop-Up Market, which provides a variety of vendors from jewelry to bakers. It is also worth mentioning, Brooklyn Tap House and Green in BKLYN, both retailers have become staples of the area.
Clinton Hill is serviced by the C and G trains.
500 Dekalb Ave – Previously a government office, the site is perfect for any corporate office and features up to 49,200 RSF. Amenities include a common rooftop with amazing views, a brand new HVAC system for cool | heat, private terraces throughout, and an upgraded lobby area.
980 Atlantic Ave – Recently renovated corner office for lease! The building features a drive-in gate, loading gate, a building elevator, and large windows for plenty of natural light. The venue offers 49,000 RSF and division options are available. Located near the B25, B26, B45, and B65 bus service. Two blocks away from the Franklin Ave S, C train station. Surrounded by nation retailers such as Starbucks, Chipotle, and Applebee’s
Bedford-Stuyvesant, also known as Bed-Stuy, is home to many celebrities, including Jay Z, The Notorious B.I.G, Mos Def, Jackie Robinson, Chris Rock, or Tracy Morgan. Increased development brings changes, over the past 20 years, residents have transformed many empty lots into flower and vegetable community gardens.
The neighborhood also hosts the Herbert Von King Park, designed by the world-famous team of Frederick Law Olmsted (the creator of Central and Prospect Park).
Aside from Bed-Stuy’s environmentally friendly community, the area has become a hub for brand new businesses such as Prosper Gowork (an upcoming coworking space that’s changed the way professionals utilize coworking venues).
Bed-Stuy is serviced by the G, A, C, J, M, and Z trains.
800 Broadway – Located on one of Bed-Stuy’s prime retail corridors, the brand new office building offers 23,541 RSF. The venue features four floors of office space, patios | balconies throughout, and sits steps away from the J, Z, M trains. The buildings’ modern design and incorporation of wide windows create a vibrant work environment.
223 Spencer St – Located on the border of Bed-Stuy and South Williamsburg, this brand new all-inclusive office building offers up to 23,000 RSF. Unique opportunity for any brand to create a building identity in Brooklyn’s prime neighborhoods. The development features patios | terraces throughout, parking, rooftop access, and is a turn-key operation. Steps away from the Bedford-Nostrand Ave G train station and the B38, B44, and B48 bus service.