Bush Terminal Industrial Campus is located on the waterfront in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York within the Southwest Brooklyn Empire Zone.
Bush Terminal Industrial Campus is located on the waterfront in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Brooklyn was a major industrial center with maritime operations, factories, warehouses and sugar refineries.
Bush Terminal was constructed on the Sunset Park waterfront at the turn of the 20th century by Irving T. Bush. At the time, it was one of the largest inter-modal shipping, warehousing and manufacturing centers in the United States, and at the peak of its operations, the terminal employed more than 25,000 people.
NYCEDC has developed a comprehensive Vision Plan for the Sunset Park Waterfront. The plan includes investment recommendations over the next 20 years with a focus on short-term, implementable projects, including the development of marine and rail infrastructure upgrades and integrated public open space and amenities.
The Sunset Park Waterfront Vision Plan includes the development of Bush Terminal Piers Park, which will feature two multi-use sports fields, viewing areas for restored tidal pools, and a naturalized preserve area. The plan for the park also includes a comfort station/operations building that has been designed in collaboration with the Department of Parks & Recreation. Later phases will include small park concessions like vending carts or recreational uses.
|Spaces Available||Square Footage||Available||Term|
Admin Building - 1st Floor
|2,500 RSF||Now||5 years|
Building B - 3rd Floor
|19,000 RSF||Now||5-10 years|
Building C - 1st Floor
|33,000 RSF||Now||5-10 years|
Building G - 1st Floor
|4,000 RSF||Now||3 years|
Building G - Multiple Units
|300 RSF||Now||3 years|
|6,000 RSF||Now||5-10 years|
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