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10 BUILDINGS. ONE VISION.

 

A NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A NEIGHBORHOOD

 

At the crossroads of old word and new world innovation, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new opportunity in Brooklyn.

 

Situated in a revitalized industrial area where DUMBO, Williamsburg and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL’S unique workplace campus will activate one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and authentic communities of makers, creatives, tech-visionaries, artists, architects, foodies and change agents - Inspiring a magnetic culture of collaboration and creativity, attracting premier talent and maximizing work-life integration productivity and purpose.

THE SPECS

LOCATION

One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue; nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard

 

YEAR BUILT

1890 — 1927

 

ARCHITECT

Select buildings by Albert Kahn;

restoration by Marvel Architects

 

RENOVATION

Full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure,

and exterior grounds.  Completion by 2019.

 

BUILDING SIZE

650,000 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block

 

 

CEILING HEIGHTS

12 feet — 17 feet

 

 

 

TRANSPORTATION

Located along the Brooklyn Greenway bike path, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard ferry terminal, several bus stops, and a short walk from the G train

 

POINTS OF ENTRY

Three new lobbies with access from Hall Street

 

AMENITIES

Curated retail and amenity experience; partnerships with ride sharing and other lifestyle conveniences

 

TELECOM

WiredScore Gold Certified;

(Targeting Platinum Certification)

A LEGACY OF INNOVATION

Built in Wallabout, an important industrial area of the 19th and 20th centuries, 47 Hall Street’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering and manufacturing. The campus housed the Mergenthaler Linotype Company - one of Brooklyn’s largest employers of the 20th century - which produced a type of printing press. Many of the buildings make use of the revolutionary Kahn System made famous by industrial architect Albert Kahn, whose brother Julius patented the reinforced concrete system that enabled for greater open building spans and safer, better fire protection.

 

Albert Kahn designed many significant buildings, including Detroit’s famous art deco Fisher Building and Ford’s River Rouge plant, at one time the world’s largest factory. Only a handful of Kahn buildings remain in New York City.

 

Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that 47 Hall will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media and other industries.

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10 BUILDINGS. ONE VISION.

A NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A NEIGHBORHOOD

 

At the crossroads of old word and new world innovation, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new opportunity in Brooklyn.

 

Situated in a revitalized industrial area where DUMBO, Williamsburg and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL’S unique workplace campus will activate one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and authentic communities of makers, creatives, tech-visionaries, artists, architects, foodies and change agents - Inspiring a magnetic culture of collaboration and creativity, attracting premier talent and maximizing work-life integration productivity and purpose.

THE SPECS

LOCATION

One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue; nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard

 

YEAR BUILT

1890 — 1927

 

ARCHITECT

Select buildings by Albert Kahn;

restoration by Marvel Architects

 

RENOVATION

Full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure, and exterior grounds.  Completion by 2019.

 

BUILDING SIZE

650,000 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block

 

 

CEILING HEIGHTS

12 feet — 17 feet

 

TRANSPORTATION

Located along the Brooklyn Greenway bike path, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard ferry terminal, several bus stops, and a short walk from the G train

 

POINTS OF ENTRY

Three new lobbies with access from Hall Street

 

AMENITIES

Curated retail and amenity experience; partnerships with ride sharing and other lifestyle conveniences

 

TELECOM

WiredScore Gold Certified;

(Targeting Platinum Certification)

A LEGACY OF INNOVATION

Built in Wallabout, an important industrial area of the 19th and 20th centuries, 47 Hall Street’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering and manufacturing. The campus housed the Mergenthaler Linotype Company - one of Brooklyn’s largest employers of the 20th century - which produced a type of printing press. Many of the buildings make use of the revolutionary Kahn System made famous by industrial architect Albert Kahn, whose brother Julius patented the reinforced concrete system that enabled for greater open building spans and safer, better fire protection.

 

Albert Kahn designed many significant buildings, including Detroit’s famous art deco Fisher Building and Ford’s River Rouge plant, at one time the world’s largest factory. Only a handful of Kahn buildings remain in New York City.

 

Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that 47 Hall will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media and other industries.

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10 BUILDINGS. ONE VISION.

A NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A NEIGHBORHOOD

 

At the crossroads of old word and new world innovation, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new opportunity in Brooklyn.

 

Situated in a revitalized industrial area where DUMBO, Williamsburg and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL’S unique workplace campus will activate one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and authentic communities of makers, creatives, tech-visionaries, artists, architects, foodies and change agents - Inspiring a magnetic culture of collaboration and creativity, attracting premier talent and maximizing work-life integration productivity and purpose.

THE SPECS

LOCATION

One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue; nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard

 

YEAR BUILT

1890 — 1927

 

ARCHITECT

Select buildings by Albert Kahn; restoration by Marvel Architects

 

RENOVATION

Full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure, and exterior grounds.  Completion by 2019.

 

BUILDING SIZE

650,000 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block

 

CEILING HEIGHTS

12 feet — 17 feet

 

TRANSPORTATION

Located along the Brooklyn Greenway bike path, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard ferry terminal, several bus stops, and a short walk from the G train

 

POINTS OF ENTRY

Three new lobbies with access from Hall Street

 

AMENITIES

Curated retail and amenity experience; partnerships with ride sharing and other lifestyle conveniences

 

TELECOM

WiredScore Gold Certified;

(Targeting Platinum Certification)

 

A LEGACY OF INNOVATION

Built in Wallabout, an important industrial area of the 19th and 20th centuries, 47 Hall Street’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering and manufacturing. The campus housed the Mergenthaler Linotype Company - one of Brooklyn’s largest employers of the 20th century - which produced a type of printing press. Many of the buildings make use of the revolutionary Kahn System made famous by industrial architect Albert Kahn, whose brother Julius patented the reinforced concrete system that enabled for greater open building spans and safer, better fire protection.

 

Albert Kahn designed many significant buildings, including Detroit’s famous art deco Fisher Building and Ford’s River Rouge plant, at one time the world’s largest factory. Only a handful of Kahn buildings remain in New York City.

 

Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that 47 Hall will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media and other industries.

 

10 BUILDINGS. ONE VISION.

A NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A NEIGHBORHOOD

 

At the crossroads of old word and new world innovation, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new opportunity in Brooklyn.

 

Situated in a revitalized industrial area where DUMBO, Williamsburg and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL’S unique workplace campus will activate one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and authentic communities of makers, creatives, tech-visionaries, artists, architects, foodies and change agents - Inspiring a magnetic culture of collaboration and creativity, attracting premier talent and maximizing work-life integration productivity and purpose.

THE SPECS

LOCATION

One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue; nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard

 

YEAR BUILT

1890 — 1927

 

ARCHITECT

Select buildings by Albert Kahn; restoration by Marvel Architects

 

RENOVATION

Full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure, and exterior grounds.  Completion by 2019.

 

BUILDING SIZE

650,000 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block

 

CEILING HEIGHTS

12 feet — 17 feet

 

TRANSPORTATION

Located along the Brooklyn Greenway bike path, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard ferry terminal, several bus stops, and a short walk from the G train

 

POINTS OF ENTRY

Three new lobbies with access from Hall Street

 

AMENITIES

Curated retail and amenity experience; partnerships with ride sharing and other lifestyle conveniences

 

TELECOM

WiredScore Gold Certification; (Targeting Platinum Certification)

 

A LEGACY OF INNOVATION

Built in Wallabout, an important industrial area of the 19th and 20th centuries, 47 Hall Street’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering and manufacturing. The campus housed the Mergenthaler Linotype Company - one of Brooklyn’s largest employers of the 20th century - which produced a type of printing press. Many of the buildings make use of the revolutionary Kahn System made famous by industrial architect Albert Kahn, whose brother Julius patented the reinforced concrete system that enabled for greater open building spans and safer, better fire protection.

 

Albert Kahn designed many significant buildings, including Detroit’s famous art deco Fisher Building and Ford’s River Rouge plant, at one time the world’s largest factory. Only a handful of Kahn buildings remain in New York City.

 

Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that 47 Hall will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media and other industries.

10 BUILDINGS. ONE VISION.

A NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A NEIGHBORHOOD

 

At the crossroads of old word and new world innovation, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new opportunity in Brooklyn.

 

Situated in a revitalized industrial area where DUMBO, Williamsburg and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL’S unique workplace campus will activate one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and authentic communities of makers, creatives, tech-visionaries, artists, architects, foodies and change agents - Inspiring a magnetic culture of collaboration and creativity, attracting premier talent and maximizing work-life integration productivity and purpose.

THE SPECS

LOCATION

One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue; nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard

 

YEAR BUILT

1890 — 1927

 

ARCHITECT

Select buildings by Albert Kahn; restoration by Marvel Architects

 

RENOVATION

Full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure, and exterior grounds.  Completion by 2019.

 

BUILDING SIZE

650,000 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block

 

CEILING HEIGHTS

12 feet — 17 feet

 

TRANSPORTATION

Located along the Brooklyn Greenway bike path, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard ferry terminal, several bus stops, and a short walk from the G train

 

POINTS OF ENTRY

Three new lobbies with access from Hall Street

 

AMENITIES

Curated retail and amenity experience; partnerships with ride sharing and other lifestyle conveniences

 

TELECOM

WiredScore Gold Certification; (Targeting Platinum Certification)

 

A LEGACY OF INNOVATION

Built in Wallabout, an important industrial area of the 19th and 20th centuries, 47 Hall Street’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering and manufacturing. The campus housed the Mergenthaler Linotype Company - one of Brooklyn’s largest employers of the 20th century - which produced a type of printing press. Many of the buildings make use of the revolutionary Kahn System made famous by industrial architect Albert Kahn, whose brother Julius patented the reinforced concrete system that enabled for greater open building spans and safer, better fire protection.

 

Albert Kahn designed many significant buildings, including Detroit’s famous art deco Fisher Building and Ford’s River Rouge plant, at one time the world’s largest factory. Only a handful of Kahn buildings remain in New York City.

 

Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that 47 Hall will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media and other industries.

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10 BUILDINGS. ONE VISION.

A NEIGHBORHOOD WITHIN A NEIGHBORHOOD

 

At the crossroads of old word and new world innovation, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new opportunity in Brooklyn.

 

Situated in a revitalized industrial area where DUMBO, Williamsburg and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL’S unique workplace campus will activate one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic and authentic communities of makers, creatives, tech-visionaries, artists, architects, foodies and change agents - Inspiring a magnetic culture of collaboration and creativity, attracting premier talent and maximizing work-life integration productivity and purpose.

THE SPECS

LOCATION

One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue; nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard

 

YEAR BUILT

1890 — 1927

 

ARCHITECT

Select buildings by Albert Kahn; restoration by Marvel Architects

 

RENOVATION

Full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure, and exterior grounds.  Completion by 2019.

 

BUILDING SIZE

650,000 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block

 

CEILING HEIGHTS

12 feet — 17 feet

 

TRANSPORTATION

Located along the Brooklyn Greenway bike path, the new Brooklyn Navy Yard ferry terminal, several bus stops, and a short walk from the G train

 

POINTS OF ENTRY

Three new lobbies with access from Hall Street

 

AMENITIES

Curated retail and amenity experience; partnerships with ride sharing and other lifestyle conveniences

 

TELECOM

WiredScore Gold Certified; (Targeting Platinum Certification)

 

A LEGACY OF INNOVATION

Built in Wallabout, an important industrial area of the 19th and 20th centuries, 47 Hall Street’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering and manufacturing. The campus housed the Mergenthaler Linotype Company - one of Brooklyn’s largest employers of the 20th century - which produced a type of printing press. Many of the buildings make use of the revolutionary Kahn System made famous by industrial architect Albert Kahn, whose brother Julius patented the reinforced concrete system that enabled for greater open building spans and safer, better fire protection.

 

Albert Kahn designed many significant buildings, including Detroit’s famous art deco Fisher Building and Ford’s River Rouge plant, at one time the world’s largest factory. Only a handful of Kahn buildings remain in New York City.

 

Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that 47 Hall will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media and other industries.