New York Works: NYCEDC and DCLA Announce 50,000 Square Feet of Artist Workspace at Brooklyn Army Terminal

The de Blasio Administration has invested over $115 million to further position the Brooklyn Army Terminal as a hub for manufacturing and emerging industries in New York City. Last month, NYCEDC welcomed the first three tenants of the Brooklyn Army Terminal’s food manufacturing hub. Earlier this year, NYCEDC announced the first advanced manufacturing tenant to operate out of the Brooklyn Army Terminal, Lowercase, which utilizes 3D printing and CNC machining to bring eyewear production back to the United States. With over 3 million square feet of leasable space, the Brooklyn Army Terminal is home to over 3,700 jobs and 100 companies.

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