Industry City Developers Plan Seven-Story, 500,000-Square-Foot Office Conversion at 168 39th Street, Sunset Park

168 39th Street168 39th Street, rendering via Industry City website

In March, details were revealed of the proposed rezoning of Industry City – a six-million-square-foot industrial-commercial complex – located west of the Gowanus Expressway, in Greenwood and Sunset Park. The developers – Jamestown Properties, Belvedere Capital, and Angelo Gordon – are now moving forward with a piece of the overall redevelopment that is independent of the rezoning. Building 19, at 168 39th Street (a.k.a. 148 39th Street), on the corner of Second Avenue, is going to be converted into 500,000 square feet of office space, according to Commercial Observer. The office space will be located across the first seven floors of the building. The conversion will feature a new lobby, new windows, and upgrades to infrastructure and equipment, like the installation of modern elevators. The Brooklyn Nets recently completed their new 70,000 square-foot training facility, called the Hospital for Special Surgery Training Center, on the eighth floor of the building.

168 39th Street

Present-day 168 39th Street. Photo by Richard Perry for the New York Times.

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  1. Sorry, I’m late…because of an electricity is dead for three hours.

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