Building 77 - Food & Beverage
141 Flushing Avenue (at Vanderbilt Avenue)
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (holiday hours may vary)
(718) 907 – 5900
Easily Accessible on the Ground Floor
- Now Open: Russ & Daughters, Transmitter Brewery (indoor and outdoor seating), Pizza Yard, Jalapa Jar, Hungry House, and Sabor.
- Carver Federal Savings Bank ATM
- Access to the NYC Ferry (Astoria Line)
- Coming Soon: Rustik Tavern
* Visit Restaurant websites for specific hours for those businesses.
Originally built in 1942 as a storage facility and Naval Intelligence office (featured in Jenny Egan’s “Manhattan Beach”), Building 77 is now regarded as a recognized model of high-density urban manufacturing. Home to companies in fields from fashion to technology, the ground floor food hub harks back to the site’s history as the home to Wallabout Market – a bustling market active from the 1890s into WWII. Join in the tradition of supporting small business food manufacturing at the Yard.
Building 92 - Exhibition & Career Services
63 Flushing Avenue (at Carlton Avenue)
Hours vary (see below)
(718) 907 – 5932
Explore our permanent exhibition “Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present & Future”
The exhibition tells the story of our site from the late 1700s to the present and gives a great overview of the Yard’s continued legacy of industry and innovation. Great for all ages.
Open Thursday – Sunday, 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Looking to grow your career?
The Albert C. Wiltshire Employment Center (the “EC”) is your go-to destination for learning about careers at the Yard from fabrication to executive leadership.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Sign-up for information sessions or a consultation here.
Brooklyn Workforce Innovations partners with the Yard on providing workforce training for jobless and working poor New Yorkers.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Learn more here.
Looking to host an event?
The 4th Floor Terrace Room at Building 92 is ideal for small social gatherings as well as corporate retreats. Learn more about organizing your event here.
Building 92 was originally constructed as the Marine Corps Commandant’s Residence in 1858. It is the last standing building of a 3.5-acre complex that included Marine Officers’ Quarters, Barracks, and a Gate House. The building sank into disrepair upon the decommissioning of the site in 1966, but in 2007 the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation hired architecture firm, Beyer Blinder Belle, to design Building 92 as a gateway to the community. Opened to the public in 2011, Building 92 is the Yard’s first LEED Platinum building, the highest designation of the U.S. Green Building Council, and operates as an exhibition space and career training center.
Other Places to Explore Along Flushing Avenue
Start at Flushing Avenue & Williamsburg Street West. The stops listed below follow Flushing Avenue walking west. The entire route is approximately 1 mile.
STOP #1. Naval Cemetery Landscape
Enjoy a peaceful oasis from the city and observe birds, beers, and flowers native to Wallabout Bay.
STOP #2. Building 77
See details above.
STOP #3. Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm (appointment only)
Take a class atop the rooftop with stunning views of the city and learn about sustainable practices (when selecting a class, make sure you choose the Brooklyn Navy Yard location!)
STOP #4. “Brooklyn Navy Yard: Past, Present & Future”, exhibition at Building 92,
See details above.
STOP #5. Kings County Distillery or Rooftop Reds
Enjoy an artisanal whiskey at the city’s oldest distillery since prohibition at Kings County Distillery or grab a glass of wine at Rooftop Reds. Both spaces offer additional tours and programs, so check out their websites.
STOP #7. Wegmans
End your journey at one of the top-rated grocery stores in the country. We recommend the hot food section as well as the cheese section!
More Ways to Engage
Visit our Programs + Tours page to view upcoming initiatives.
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