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FIVE WAYS THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD’S DOCK 72 WILL CHANGE THE GAME

New York Office Jul 09, 2015

Amanda Marsh

This week, Boston Properties, Rudin Development, WeWork and the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp (BNYDC) announced Dock 72, a 675k SF, $380M office development catering to the TAMI sector. Rudin Development CEO Bill Rudin, VP Michael Rudin and Boston Properties New York regional manager John Powers tell us why it’s so impactful.

1) IT’S A ONE-STOP SHOP

Dock 72 is the first ground-up in Brooklyn focused on the creative marketplace, Bill (above) says. They were able to include everything TAMI tenants demand—high ceilings, large open spaces, eight-foot windows for prime lighting, state-of-the-art wiring and HVAC systems, tenant-controlled A/C, a Di-BOSS building management system, and amenities like outdoor space, terraces, green areas, a basketball court, a cafeteria, specialty foods, a bike valet, a rooftop conference center, and health and wellness facilities. It’s also in discussions with BNYDC about transportation options, such as potentially opening a ferry stop at the property, he adds. Construction on the 16-floor project begins this fall with an anticipated two-year build-out.

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