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Now, much like the Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Williamsburg, and DUMBO neighborhoods that surround it, the Navy Yard is on the upswing: a handful of high-end design and fabrication firms are showing the way to a revival of urban manufacturing. The Brooklyn Beyond him, just past the software designer on the treadmill, a muscular man in a T-shirt tinkered with his design for a motorcycle. This eclectic mix of entrepreneurs, among the first tenants of a communal space in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, did not in any a “co-design” and green technology manufacturing space. After more than $200 million in infrastructure investments from city, state and federal sources over the past several years, the 300-acre industrial park at the Brooklyn Navy Yard is now home to 275 A report in the New York Times tells the story of a Brooklyn community that has turned neighbor against How can you keep the peace while raising backyard chickens? Photographer and chicken keeper Amy Renea says it starts with neighborly acts: advanced The design of the $25.6 million Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at Building 92 also reflects those stories. The museum is housed in the restored 1857 house of the former Marine commandant and is connected to a modern three-story visitors center featuring a solar The Brooklyn Navy Yard is home to many architectural relics of the past The New Lab, a collaborative design and fabrication laboratory, will utilize 160,000 square feet of the space. â€œThe Navy Yard is expanding,â€ said David Belt Managing Principal .
Design Brooklyn: Renovation, Restoration Also featured is a study of the 1899 ship hangar at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which is being renovated and re-purposed into a 77,000-square-foot cooperative workspace called New Lab. David Belt, founder of NAVY YARD â€” This spring Brooklyn Navy Yard will be a prime spot for anyone who buildings that pre-date the Civil War sitting next to cutting-edge development and design,” Chumard said. “It is also situated next to the East River with the backdrop president of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. The military halted its operations in the late 1960s and the city turned the docks over to private industry. Investments in recent years have made the place a hub for manufacturing and design .