Where We Are
Brooklyn Army Terminal is part of the Sunset Park community, a vibrant area home to NYC’s second largest Chinatown, restaurants and shops featuring cuisines and goods from Latin America, and historic green spaces offering sweeping city views and a respite from city life.
Getting to BAT
Situated on the waterfront, BAT is easily accessible—by train, bus, car, and NYC Ferry—to Manhattan and the other boroughs, major highways, and metro-area airports.
Brooklyn Army Terminal
140 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220
- NYC Ferry: Take NYC Ferry’s South Brooklyn or Rockaway routes to Sunset Park.
- Subway: N and R lines to 59th Street in Brooklyn. Exit the subway on 58th Street. Walk west on 58th Street one block toward the elevated expressway and the waterfront. Continue down 58th Street until you arrive at the waterfront.
- Bus: The B11 stops at 58th Street and 1st Avenue. The waterfront is just a couple minutes walk from there. The B37 Bus stops at 58th Street and 3rd Avenue. Walk west on 58th Street three blocks toward the elevated expressway and the waterfront.
There is free public parking available on Pier 4 for BAT visitors and Ferry riders. Parking may be occasionally limited due to special events. Please check back here for special pier closures.
We are excited to continue our partnership with Rooftop Films this summer. Screenings will begin May 28 with full parking closures of Pier 4 on the dates below.
Full Pier Closures
Please be advised that Pier 4 will be closed on Friday, June 24, 2022 in the morning until 10 a.m.
|Saturday, June 25||Sunday, July 3||Saturday, July 9|
|Sunday, July 17||Saturday, July 30||Saturday, August 20|
(Please note there'll be no vehicular access to the pier on these days)
Open to All
BAT's public spaces are open 365 days a year, sunrise to sunset. Whether you're coming to gaze at the atrium, take a historical tour, attend an event, or picnic or stroll on the waterfront, BAT is open for you. Please be sure to wear a mask and practice safe social distancing.
Take a Tour
Virtual tours are offered by Turnstile Tours, a Brooklyn-based company and foundation specializing in local culture and history. Read about past tours here and here, and stay on top of upcoming tours.
If you're interested in seeing space for lease, learn more on our leasing page.
For the Public
Visit and see it for yourself.