Dock72 Brooklyn Navy Yard | Brooklyn Coworking Office Space

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LAUNCHING FALL 2017

THE TEAM

Boston Properties, Rudin Development and WeWork, in conjunction with the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (BNYDC), are collaborating in the development of an innovative new 675,000 RSF state-of-the-art Brooklyn coworking office space for the technology and start-up community, 16-story building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to cater to the rapidly emerging technology and creative industries in Brooklyn. The building will be one of the largest NYC commercial buildings to be built outside of Manhattan in decades. Designed by S9 Architecture, the building's aesthetic celebrates the surrounding maritime and industrial history of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

NEWS

MAY 13TH, 2016

MAY 5TH, 2016

With its striking design and location, Dock 72 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard is set to redefine the possibilities for tech office space in NYC. A recent groundbreaking ceremony for the 16-story waterfront property was attended by such VIPs as John Powers, Bill Rudin, David Ehrenberg, Alicia Glen, Hank Gutman and Adam Neuman. Designed with collaboration between tenants in mind,Dock 72 will “bring ideas, innovators, and startups to the yard,” de Blasio said. All Dock 72 employers will be required to pay a living wage via an innovative arrangement, the first of its kind among new Brooklyn developments.

MAY 5TH, 2016

The city and two major developers broke ground Thursday on a 675,000-square-foot commercial office building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard that will be anchored by WeWork. The building is being developed by Rudin Development and Boston Properties in the city-owned industrial park that is designed to promote economic growth in the five boroughs.

APRIL 13TH, 2016

The Brooklyn Navy Yard, site of the most recent debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, is in the process of a complete reinvention. The 300-acre yard is the target of a concentrated development project spearheaded by the City of New York and the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. When complete, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard will feature a food court occupied by the likes of Russ & Daughters Cafe, Brooklyn Roasting Company, and Mast Brothers Chocolate Makers; the first New York City location of popular upstate grocery chain, Wegmans; manufacturers such as FXE Industries, which makes motorcycles; and numerous startups at Dock 72, a 675,000-square-foot, high-tech office building that will be anchored by coworking innovator WeWork.

APRIL 6TH, 2016

An area once known for governmental “Keep Out” signs is becoming a primary driver for jobs in New York—along with new office space, new retail and new residences—as the Brooklyn Navy Yard and its surrounding area on Flushing Avenue, considered one corner of the borough’s burgeoning Tech Triangle with Dumbo and Downtown Brooklyn comprising the others, continue their expansion.

FEBRUARY 28TH, 2016

The current two-million-square-foot expansion at the Brooklyn Navy Yard has led the business park to introduce new transportation options that will start operating this spring. Shuttle service linked to 13 subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road will be free to Yard tenants, staff, and guests. Already the workplace for thousands of workers who can benefit directly from such new commuting offerings, Brooklyn Navy Yard is also the future home of Dock 72. According to Brooklyn Navy Yard president and CEO David Ehrenberg, “This transportation plan will provide the Yard’s growing workforce with direct access to all corners of the city.

FEBRUARY 24TH, 2016

Getting to the Brooklyn Navy Yard will no longer be the schlepp it is today come spring. The Yard is set to launch a free shuttle service that will run every 10 minutes and connect to 13 nearby subway lines.

FEBRUARY 24TH, 2016

A new shuttle service will link the Brooklyn Navy Yard to 13 subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road. The new service, which will be free to Navy Yard tenants, staff and guests, will roll out in phases beginning with two shuttle loops this spring — the DUMBO loop and the Clinton-Washington loop.

JULY 13TH, 2015

WeWork’s move to Brooklyn may represent the startup’s most creative collaboration to date. The company, which provides co-working office space for startups, is the first of many new businesses eager to secure a home in the Navy Yard’s tech-oriented development at Dock 72. Occupying 222,000 square feet on the building’s lower floors, community-oriented WeWork is perfectly suited to a home in the trendy borough. In true Brooklyn style, there’s even a craft beer vendor right around the corner.

JULY 9TH, 2015

The Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Dock 72 is changing Brooklyn’s waterfront for the better as it cements the neighborhood as a creative hub. Soon to be the home of numerous innovators in the tech space – including WeWork, which provides co-working office space for startups – Dock 72 is creating a new kind of office culture that caters to millennials via amenities such as a rooftop conference center, basketball court, and bike valets—as well as its promise to pay all of its 4,000 workers a living wage.

JULY 7TH, 2015

The Brooklyn Navy Yard will soon be home to 4,000 new jobs. Slated to open its doors to business in 2017, the S9 Architecture-designed Dock 72, a 675,000-square-foot building providing startup office space, will create thousands of jobs in the up-and-coming neighborhood. The massive commercial space has already secured WeWork as a tenant, with the coworking company securing a 222,000-square-foot space in the amenity-packed development.

JULY 7TH, 2015

WeWork is about to get a new Brooklyn address and some creative new neighbors. Upon its anticipated completion date in 2017, Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Dock 72 will become home base for a number of tech startups including the co-working company, which is due to settle into 220,000 square feet of tech office space at the 675,000-square-foot commercial development helmed by Boston Properties, Rudin Development, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp. WeWork isn’t the first startup to set its sights on the up-and-coming area, however—Etsy and MakerBot already call the neighborhood home.

JULY 6TH, 2015

One of New York’s largest commercial developments has found a home on the Brooklyn waterfront. Occupying 675,000 square feet of space in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Dock 72 has earned positive buzz in its new neighborhood for its commitment to providing new jobs to the 4,000 workers it is estimated to hire when it opens in 2017. WeWork, a company that provides startup office space, has staked its claim on 222,000 square feet in the development, which will also house a rooftop conference center, fitness facilities, and specialty food and beverage services.

JULY 6TH, 2015

Brooklyn’s creative types will soon have a single address to call home: Dock 72. The Brooklyn Navy Yard-based project, which offers office space for startups, has already secured co-working startup WeWork as a major tenant, with the company signing on to occupy almost a third of the development, which is currently courting tech clients for its remaining 455,000 square feet. Upon completion in 2017, the waterfront building designed by S9 Architecture will not only bring talent to the Navy Yard, it will revolutionize its new neighborhood by adding 4,000 liveable-wage jobs to the area.

JULY 6TH, 2015

WeWork’s new home at the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Dock 72 may be the coolest startup office space yet. Having secured nearly one-third of the 675,000-square-foot development, the rest of which is being eyed by other innovators in the tech space, the co-working company will boast new digs featuring a host of very Brooklyn amenities like valet bike parking, a basketball court, and a massage room to work out the kinks from the more stressful days at the (communal) office.

JULY 6TH, 2015

Tech office space has a new address in New York: Dock 72. The development, helmed by Boston Properties Inc. and Rudin Management, will occupy 675,000 square feet of waterfront space at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, bringing with it approximately 4,000 jobs. Among the first tenants at this unique commercial space, which boasts a basketball court, massage facility, and valet parking for bicycles, will be WeWork, a coworking startup that will move into a 222,000-square-foot space when Dock 72 construction wraps up in 2017.

JULY 6TH, 2015

ANDREW LEVIN

Boston Properties

212.326.4022

MICHAEL RUDIN

Rudin Management

212.407.2511

ROB STEINMAN

Rudin Management

212.407.2490

JOE CIRONE

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

212.841.7930

FREDDIE FACKELMAYER

CBRE

212.984.8258

MIKE NAHMIAS

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

212.709.0793

LAUNCHING FALL 2017

NEWS

MAY 13TH, 2016

JULY 6TH, 2015

BUILDING

675,000 RSF state of the art workplace community

Ground up construction by Boston Properties and Rudin Development

Reimagined waterfront site with water on three sides and unobstructed views of Manhattan and Brooklyn

Sustainable design

14' floor to floor heights

8' of vision glass

Tenant-controlled air conditioning

LEASING

Delivery for tenant fitout late 2017

Executed 222,000 RSF lease with WeWork

40,000 RSF to 60,000 RSF floor plates with private terraces on multiple floors

Contiguous blocks of 130,000 RSF and 320,000 RSF available

Highly efficient divisable floor plates

No real estate tax, occupancy tax, sales tax on construction

REAP benefits available for qualifying tenants

AMENITIES

First floor specialty food & beverage service*

Second floor fitness center with health & wellness programming*

Rooftop conference center with sundeck*

Outdoor recreation facilities including basketball court*

Bike valet

Dedicated parking

*Curated by WeWork

ANDREW LEVIN

Boston Properties

212.326.4022

MICHAEL RUDIN

Rudin Management

212.407.2511

ROB STEINMAN

Rudin Management

212.407.2490

JOE CIRONE

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

212.841.7930

FREDDIE FACKELMAYER

CBRE

212.984.8258

MIKE NAHMIAS

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

212.709.0793