The Story of Industry City
Industry City is Brooklyn’s new vibrant makers’ complex, offering art, design, dining, retail, and family fun. There is no shortage of imaginative greatness in the new, what they call “ecosystem,” that’s helping to broaden the neighborhood’s and the greater area’s culture and diversity. The 35-acre strip is located on the water of Brooklyn’s very own Sunset Park! Since 2013, Industry City has leased out 2 million square feet of space and created over 2,000 jobs all in fields that innovate, work with the community, and enhance the culture.
What to Do in Industry City
What to Eat in Industry City
The space offers a vast variety of restaurants and eateries, lending itself to a larger diverse group of people looking to explore the area. Some restaurants we’d recommend are Avocaderia, The Brooklyn Kitchen, Boil Boil, Brine and Dine, and The Frying Pan Wheelhouse. The choice range from American food, vegetarian cuisine, various Asian restaurants, an Italian pizzeria, and a lot of pastry bakeries! The possibilities are endless for people from all walks of life.
Shopping at Industry City
It is very difficult to leave Industry City empty-handed. There are so many different shops that can suit all needs and wants. There is a bike shop/Italian barista, Maglia Rosa. There is Rose Red and Lavender that is perfect for all artisanal floral needs. There are also a lot of different kinds of home design shops like ABC Carpet and Home or Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams! There really is something for everyone.
Getting to the Industry City
Experience this vibrant ecosystem via Amtrak to Penn Station in New York City—Don’t forget to use the New York By Rail 15% discount!
Where to Stay in NYC
Looking for a getaway opportunity? Spend the night and experience all New York City has to offer. Take a look at these great hotel options—some offering exclusive New York By Rail discounts!