How the City is Encouraging Office Development and Manufacturing in North Williamsburg

25 Kent Avenue, rendering via Heritage Equity Partners
Comments (4)
  1. nyc guy says:

    These new developments in Brooklyn are great but are not easily accessible to employees from outside the immediate area. Manhattan is still the best location for offices as it can be reached from all the boroughs and the suburbs.

  2. gres says:

    Will this only apply to M1-2? Or will this also apply to M2-1?

  3. Rebecca Baird-Remba says:

    It would potentially apply to any industrial business zone with manufacturing zoning, which includes M1, M2, and M3.

  4. views4days says:

    Businesses are moving to Brooklyn precisely to be close to their employees who have been moving there en masse for years. Younger/more progressive companies are also less interested in typical boring Manhattan office stock and are looking for something more raw.

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