The Fort Greene former shipyard will also house the new ferry system’s “home port,” where operator Hornblower will dock, refuel, and maintain its 20-vessel fleet, De Blasio said.There is also a proposed leg between Coney Island, Staten Island, and Manhattan, but that doesn’t have the go-ahead yet.With exclusive developer responsibilities for the Corporate Center and the Commerce Center within The Navy Yard to date, this joint venture between Liberty Property Trust and Synterra Partners has developed 16 buildings at The Navy Yard Corporate Center and Commerce Center, with two additional projects currently under design or under construction.These buildings comprise over 1 million square feet of state-of-the-art, sustainable multi-tenant and build-to-suit office and industrial space, representing more than 0 million of investment.A catch-22, or a domino effect, or a double-edged sword to say the least.Best use of government owned property is for governments own use and to facilitate their projects like this one.The Navy Yard's past, present and future are celebrated at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92, an exhbition and visitors center.
“My specific target is ‘this summer,’ ” Hizzoner said at a press conference.
The Navy Yard is a modern and dynamic 1,200-acre urban development, offering the Philadelphia region a unique and centrally located waterfront business campus that is committed to smart energy innovation and sustainability.
Enter through the gates, and you immediately understand that you're in an environment unlike any other in the region: historic brick houses and elegant Industrial-era loft buildings sit comfortably next to modern glass structures. The campus is open to the public on weekdays from AM to PM and weekends from AM to PM.
Steiner NYC is still in the process of obtaining all of the necessary permits needed before they can begin building the proposed five-story building that will house the 250,000-square-foot grocer, thus delaying the projected completion date.
"The project as a whole has been pushed back slightly," stated Brooklyn Navy Yard’s PR rep, Chris Singleton.