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Brooklyn Navy Yard, Building 77

Brooklyn, NY
  • Photo credit: Ryan Ng / Flickr Creative Commons.

This phased renovation of 18-story, 1940s former munitions depot created rental space for manufacturing and tech companies as well as the new headquarters for the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Employment Center.

  • Photo credit: Ryan Ng / Flickr Creative Commons.
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New tenants include a brewery and several design studios. The anchor tenant is Russ & Daughters, a family owned and operated purveyor of baked goods and specialty foods.

Since many of the lower warehouse floors were initially windowless, Phase I of the renovation included roof and window replacement. This phase also included the addition of a new north entrance, two new passenger elevators, and facade repairs.

New tenants include a brewery and several design studios. The anchor tenant is Russ & Daughters, a family owned and operated purveyor of baked goods and specialty foods.

Since many of the lower warehouse floors were initially windowless, Phase I of the renovation included roof and window replacement. This phase also included the addition of a new north entrance, two new passenger elevators, and facade repairs.

Phase II addressed MEP, HVAC, and water and sewer systems, and Phase III converted several vacant warehouse floors (3-9) into offices and light industrial space.

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