The Navy Yard


200 Years of Makers

The Brooklyn Navy Yard has been a hotbed of industry in New York City for over 200 years. At its peak in World War II, the 300-acre Yard supported over 70,000 workers per day (earning it the nickname “The Can-Do Shipyard”), and built ships including the USS Arizona and the USS Missouri.


The Navy Yard: The Center of Innovation

With Dock 72 as the anchor, the Navy Yard’s revitalization as a center for 21st century innovation is just beginning. The neighborhood is rapidly developing and new, sustainability-minded companies are joining our ranks by the day. The reimagined Green Manufacturing Center is a model for sustainable industry; Building 77 will provide a sprawling artisanal food hall anchored by Russ & Daughters and Brooklyn Brewery; Steiner Studios is doubling their footprint; and a new 74,000 square foot Wegmans is now opened.

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