Liberty View Industrial Plaza Now Offering 1.3 Million Square Feet of Industrial/Tech Space


    Introducing 850 3rd Avenue, Liberty View’s innovative industrial/tech building located along the Sunset Park waterfront. 850 3rd Avenue (GMAP), constructed in the 1920s, spans eight stories and holds a total of 1.3 million square feet. The building offers the largest floor plate in all of Brooklyn at 160,000 square feet. The building developers are currently wrapping up a $100 million renovation to transform this into one of the most dynamic industrial/tech spaces in the entire borough. It is an optimal headquarters for tech, biotech, manufacturing, and fashion companies looking for large spaces in an open industrial environment.


    The full-building renovation is bringing state-of-the-art features to this industrial loft building. 850 3rd Avenue has a brand-new central HVAC system, new passenger and fully automated freight elevators, new fire– and  life-safety systems, and energy-efficient windows and lighting. This is the only building in the area totally outfitted with FIOS fiber-optic internet, broadband and cable service.

    Tenants will enter the building through three brand new lobby entrances, rendered above.


    Every floor is outfitted with exposed ceilings and beams, 12-foot ceilings, and massive warehouse windows. The eighth floor is lined with skylights. Large-scale tenants will have the opportunity to carve out and design thousands of square feet according to their needs.



    The building, located right off the waterfront, also has some pretty spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty, Governors Island, the Manhattan skyline, and Green-Wood Cemetery. The rooftop will be available for tenant use, including the potential to build out a roof deck and lounge.


    For those taking public transportation, 850 3rd Avenue, located right off the corner of 30th Street, is only one stop away from Atlantic Terminal on the D, N and R trains. The renovation also includes a brand-new parking lot, now under construction directly outside of the building.

    Kalmon Dolgin and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, the co-exclusive leasing agents for the property, are currently in negotiations with potential tenants. The goal is to offer the utmost flexibility to businesses with an imagination, a need for a dynamic and large space, and a desire to be surrounded with businesses of a similar mindset. A space can be built out for a tenant within one month.

    If you are interested in leasing at 850 3rd Avenue, please contact Jordan Gosin at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (212-372-2289,, Howard Kesseler, also at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (212-372-2110,, or Jeff Unger at Kalmon Dolgin (347-390-1114,



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