The Brooklyn Navy Yard is an industrial complex that defines itself as a mission-driven destination that demonstrates how modern manufacturing can thrive in an American city. It’s home to a number of restaurants, office spaces, and factory spaces. Blown away by all of the expansion, we put together this guide to what’s new at Brooklyn Navy Yard.
This new food kiosk at Brooklyn Navy Yard is both unique and meaningful. It was founded by residents of public housing complexes around the city who graduated from an entrepreneurial education program named Food Business Pathways. The stand features culinary creations from a rotating roster of chefs and bakers.
The Steiner Development
According to the Commercial Observer, NYC real estate mogul Douglas Steiner just secured $228 million dollars in funding for a new development at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. By 2021, this project is expected to add 85,000 square feet of retail space at the Navy Yard, as well as more parking spaces, and the city’s first Wegmans supermarket, which will be 75,000 square feet.
Russ & Daughters
For over a century, Russ & Daughters has served the city of New York some if its finest bagels, lox, caviar, and other Jewish deli favorites. Iconic with its vintage signage, and white uniformed servers, it’s spread its brand in recent years with a nearby cafe, and now a shop at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Don’t deprive yourself of a meal here on your next visit.
A development by Boston Properties and Rudin Development, Dock 72 is a 675,000 square foot new construction space for Brooklyn’s creative, tech, and industrial sectors. WeWork has decked the space out with stylish amenities to make it somewhere to visit and work, eat organic food, play basketball, drink coffee, and hold rooftop conferences. It’s a dream space for business travelers in Brooklyn.
This is the largest development at the Brooklyn Navy Yard at one-million-square feet. It’s a upscale and visionary manufacturing and design hub that’s home to a wide range of businesses that includes Russ and Daughters, Catbird Jewelry, Amada NYC and Lights Up.