Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Desks For Rent In A Creative Loft | DUMBO NY

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We're a group of creatives sharing a great 2500 sq. ft. loft in the heart of DUMBO.
We have desks to rent.

 Please contact

Friko at 917-373-4908 or email friko@chaco.cc
Spencer at 212-369-7154 or email spencer@spencergordon.com
for more information.

$450 per desk per month includes:
- hi-speed business class internet
- electricity
- heat / ac
- weekly cleaning service
- Poland Springs water service
- shared conference room
- use of client lounge area
- 24 hr access

$950 for the private office.
Available starting Dec 1st
- all the above plus
- hard wire internet
- private phone line available. *Phone service is not included
- unfurnished
- 1 to 3 persons in the private office
- perfect edit suite / programers / designers ( no windows )

Contact us today!


Panoramic of loft area.

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This loft is located at 68 Jay Street, Brooklyn NY. 11201

DUMBO is an ultra-hip neighborhood rooted in a historic past. DUMBO’s converted industrial warehouses and vintage loft spaces redefine the meaning of chic, and its inspiring Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline views remain unmatched. This neighborhood tempers its trendy shops and bars with manicured waterfront green spaces and historic enclaves—Vinegar Hill’s cobblestone streets return visitors to Brooklyn's days of yore.

The area has emerged as one of New York City's premier arts districts, with a cluster of for-profit art galleries such as the Klompching Gallery and such not-for-profit institutions as the St. Ann's Warehouse and the A.I.R. Gallery. Chef Jacques Torres opened a chocolate factory in Dumbo in December 2000.[5] Other culinary businesses in the area include Grimaldi's, the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, and the The River Café. All of these businesses cluster in Fulton Landing, which is also home to Bargemusic, a floating venue for classical music. The first public space in the neighborhood was Fulton Ferry, followed by Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park. Brooklyn Bridge Park, a joint state/city venture presently under development, was launched in 2006.

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