Industry City Office Space

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As part of the local renovation and preservation project, Industry City will see the expansion of its trademark multi-building complex, designed to become a top tech hub in southern Brooklyn. So far, there are approximately 450 businesses in the complex, and many more in surrounding streets, who can take advantage of superfast fiber optic, campus-style offices, and onsite amenities like cafes, restaurants, banks, and shops.

This is the ideal destination for companies looking for all-in-one workspaces with a trendy and youthful vibe. Have a look at the currently available flexible office and coworking space below or call us at 1-877-579-0969 to find out more about private and shared office space in Industry City, Brooklyn.

1 Office Space Listing in Industry City, NYC


237 36th Street

Furnished Office Space from $130Shared & Coworking Space from $300

Spanning 50,000 square feet and three floors, this center provides expansive light filled and fully furnished spaces to work quietly or collaborate with a team. Offering a variety of monthly and yearly packages, memberships to this space are inclusive of basic business infrastructure, events, and programming geared towards creative entrepreneurs,... Read More >>


Spanning 50,000 square feet and three floors, this center provides expansive light filled and fully furnished spaces to work quietly or collaborate with a team. Offering a variety of monthly and yearly packages, memberships to this space are inclusive of basic business infrastructure, events, and programming geared towards creative entrepreneurs, freelancers and small businesses... Read More >>


Industry City Office Space

Many of the waterfront buildings are under renovation and the whole area radiates a sense of legacy that highlights the important role Industry City played in making New York the thriving business hub it has been for decades. Today Industry City is associated with the 6-million square feet building complex facing the waterfront that runs parallel to the Gowanus expressway.

Why You Should Choose Industry City, Brooklyn

Industry City is a Brooklyn neighborhood that takes its name from the shipping terminal that was set up in the area back in the 19th-century. Initially, Industry City was part of Sunset Park but many now consider it a neighborhood of its own nestled between Sunset Park, Park Slope, and facing Upper Bay.

Like many areas in south Brooklyn, Industry City was was mainly an industrial area where the main industries were linked to shipping in one way or another. Warehousing, logistics, and manufacturing have been the main source of jobs and revenue in Industry City for decades, but the whole area started getting a makeover in the past 10 years.

The local business community is mostly made up of small businesses involved in traditional sectors like textile manufacturing and warehousing, but also in other industries like food and beverage, the arts, design, and creative activities. On the other hand, there is also a handful of large corporations that have chosen Industry City as their home, such as IKEA, AECOM, MakerBot, Conde Nast, and Barclays, which has a large data center in the area.

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The local business community is mostly made up of small businesses involved in traditional sectors like textile manufacturing and warehousing, but also in other industries like food and beverage, the arts, design, and creative activities. On the other hand, there is also a handful of large corporations that have chosen Industry City as their home, such as IKEA, AECOM, MakerBot, Conde Nast, and Barclays, which has a large data center in the area.