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Leasing Brooklyn Army Terminal

The BAT Advantage

BAT offers tenants tangible and valuable advantages, from proximity to transit and logistics, to secure, long-term, affordable leases and a range of amenities and financial incentives.

Space to Grow. Stability to Thrive.

Managed by New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), a nonprofit committed to creating jobs and retaining businesses in NYC, BAT tenants benefit from secure, long-term leases and affordable rents, with flexibility to lease additional space as businesses grow.

Connected to Points Beyond

Our Sunset Park location, with proximity to the nation’s best-trained workforce, provides easy commutes for employees (via NYC Ferry, subway, and bus) and access to New York City’s extensive freight and logistics network for transporting raw materials and finished goods to the massive local marketplace and beyond.

Amenities and Incentives

Tenants at BAT benefit from a range of amenities, including an on-site 24/7 facilities team, financial incentives, workforce development programs, and on-site daycare and universal pre-kindergarten.

Aerial view of Brooklyn Army Terminal

A public waterfront plaza. 4 million+ square feet of industrial and event space. The accessibility, affordability, and support for modern manufacturing businesses to thrive. Explore Brooklyn Army Terminal here, then see it for yourself.

Available Space

Leasing opportunities at BAT often outshine those of other local industrial spaces. BAT has space available in a variety of configurations, with individual spaces from 4,500 to 39,000 square feet and the ability to be combined on floor plates ranging up to 200,000 square feet.

Find square footage (SF) information and links to related floor plans below. To learn more about available space and rent pricing, please submit a Space Inquiry Form or contact us by phone:

  • Nicole Tillery: 718.307.6545
  • Gina Damond: 212.841.7536
  • Rico Murtha: 718.307.6536
  • Joseph Cirone: 718.606.7038

ANNEX — Food Manufacturing Hub

Space

Area

Possession

Term

Various sizes for food manufacturers

1,000 – 8,000 SF

Immediate

TBD

Lobby-Retail/Manufacturing

800 SF

Immediate

TBD

Buildings A & B

Building

Floor

Space

Area (Sq. ft)

Possession

Term

Building A

Roof

-

40,000

Immediate

 

Building B

5th Fl MicroHub

5H-7

1,725

Immediate

5-10 Years

Building B

7th Fl MicroHub

7H-8

3,068

Immediate

5-10 Years

Building A

5th Fl MicroHub

5N-7

4,235

Immediate

5-10 Years

Building A

5th Fl MicroHub

5N-5

6,311

Immediate

5-10 Years

Building A

Ground Floor

DOCK4

13,578

Immediate

5-10 Years

Building A

4th Fl

4N

79,340

Immediate

 

Building A

7th Fl

7N

79,340

Immediate

 

Building A

8th Fl

8N

79,340

Immediate



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Amenities

Brooklyn Army Terminal offers amenities and features to help businesses of all types thrive. From 24-hour security and outstanding transportation connections to on-site banking and childcare services, BAT can accommodate your business's needs.

24-Hour Access & Security

Security staff oversees access to the complex and monitors the grounds 24 hours a day, seven days a week. What does this mean for Brooklyn Army Terminal’s tenants?

  • Flexible work/production schedules
  • No charges for after-hours use of elevators or loading docks
  • Employees have round-the-clock right of entry

On-Site Day Care

The BATKids Center was the first daycare center in the city to be established in an industrial facility. The BATKids Center serves children age two to five. The center offers:

  • Four classrooms
  • An outdoor playground
  • Meals and snacks throughout the day
  • Affordable fees using sliding-scale rate based on each family’s financial profile

Universal Pre-Kindergarten

In addition to the BATKids Center, BAT has a free, full-day, high-quality pre-K facility for all NYC residents. Learn more.

Exceptional On-Site Management

BAT's property management professionals ensure that the facility is run smoothly and that tenant needs are promptly addressed.

Other Employee Amenities

  • On-site restaurant
  • On-site parking
  • Full-service banking
  • Nearby retail stores and dining
  • Attractive waterfront location with nearby recreation
BAT Makerspace. Photo by Kreg Holt/NYCEDC.
The Futureworks Makerspace advanced manufacturing center for entrepreneurs and small businesses to access high-tech equipment on campus.

Workforce Development

The Launch Pad at BAT

Brooklyn Army Terminal is training the workforce of today and tomorrow, offering programs through the Launch Pad at BAT: a hub for talent, innovation, and entrepreneurs, fostering an ecosystem of opportunity through four distinct, yet connected efforts:

  • Base Camp: A tenant conference center and networking lounge will help tenants scale their businesses through speaker series, industry events, and B2B networking
  • BAT Training Lab: A training center leveraging partnerships with New York City institutions and local nonprofit training and academic partners, such as FIT, to equip residents and employees with modern skills
  • Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center: An on-site workforce center that provides free consultations on a variety of matters, including labor placement, financial assistance, incentives, and legal assistance. Take advantage of free services offered by NYC Department of Small Businesses.
  • Futureworks Makerspace: A 20,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing center for entrepreneurs and small businesses to access high-tech equipment to launch and grow companies on campus

Looking for a job at BAT? The on-site Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center provides free consultations on labor placement, financial assistance, incentives, legal assistance, and more. 

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WorkForce1 at BAT

Financial Incentives

Brooklyn Army Terminal is located in a state-designated Empire Zone and offers a variety of business incentives that can help qualified companies save money. Explore our resources to learn more about money-saving opportunities at BAT. NYCEDC can help determine if your company qualifies for valuable programs, including tax-exempt financing, employee recruitment and training services, and other business resources, including:

  • No Real Estate Tax: BAT is owned by the City of New York and currently exempt from real estate taxes.
  • Energy Discount Programs: NYCEDC works closely with New York City Department of Small Business Services, which administers numerous energy discount programs that may help your business operate more efficiently and productively.
  • The Relocation and Employment Assistance Program (REAP) offers business income tax credits for relocating jobs from outside of New York City or below 96th Street in Manhattan to designated locations above 96th Street in Manhattan or in one of the other four boroughs.
  • New York State Empire Zone Benefits: Empire State Development provides a variety of help to businesses, whether you are an international company considering a move to New York or a small-business owner wanting to access capital. It offers loans, grants, tax credits, and other financing and technical assistance to support businesses and encourage their growth within New York State.
BAT Tenant MOMO Dressing. Photo by Kreg Holt/NYCEDC.

Business Incentives Guide

Learn about the variety of financial incentives and programs to help reduce the costs of doing business in NYC.

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