Who We Are

Industry City at Bush Terminal is a 6.5-million-square-foot complex of industrial, office and retail space and a bustling creative business hub that comprises over 30 acres of historic Bush Terminal along Brooklyn’s Sunset Park waterfront in New York City. Industry City is one block from the 36th street stop on the D, N, and R subway lines; one stop to the LIRR and two stops to Manhattan. The site is also 2 blocks from the Gowanus Expressway exit on the BQE.

Commercial Real Estate Management: Industry City

Industry City houses a diverse mix of businesses that encompass traditional industries such as textile and other light manufacturing, data centers and warehousing, as well as a growing base of creative businesses as well. Owned by Industry City Associates, the 16-building site has undergone an extensive capital improvement and modernization, including newly renovated lobbies, automatic passenger elevators, new energy-efficient double-glazed windows, updated lighting and electrical service.

Commercial Real Estate with Industry City

Industry City offers commercial real estate leasing opportunities featuring units ranging from 500 to 150,000 square feet. Industry City’s wide variety of units contain fully integrated sprinklers, have easy freight access, multiple loading bays and over-sized freight elevators, 200 pounds per square foot heavy floor loads, 12 to 14 foot ceiling heights, and extensive electrical and fiber optic capacity. The highly flexible space, including pre-built and built-to-suit possibilities, has competitive pricing, on-site management, 24-hour security, ample parking, and rent payable by credit card. Additionally, Industry City Associates began developing a creative workshop community in 2009 by building 30,000 square feet of creative studios for rent, conducting various creative events such as film screenings and art installations and holding Brooklyn's Fashion Weekend, a bi-annual exposition showcasing the work of local and international fashion designers. As of December 31st 2011 the creative workshop program has grown to over 125,000 square feet.