Tour 2: Industry City, Brooklyn, NY

By Carolyn Lagermasini posted Jan 25,2017 02:17:12 PM


Monday, June 5, 2017 |10:00am – 1:30pm

Industry City (formerly Bush Terminal) is a historic shipping, warehousing, and manufacturing complex on the waterfront in Brooklyn, NY.   Bush Terminal was the first facility of its kind in New York City and the largest multi-tenant industrial property in the United States. Industry City comprises roughly 40 acres of the former Bush Terminal, including 16 original buildings. Today, it spans verticals, from manufacturing to design, art to architecture, biotech to clean-tech, media to film production, and fashion to food. They collaborate with over 400 companies in six million square feet of classic industrial architecture, 21st century amenities, and the natural light to soak it all in. Encompassing over five acres of open space and cultivated common courtyards, the buildings hold beautiful views and provides fresh air for fresh perspectives. The Brooklyn Nets official 70,000 square foot training site and Time, Inc’s 55,000 square foot satellite campus was created as an incubator of ideas for the future of the company.  Both are at Industry City.