Three art and design tenants have signed significant five-year leases at Industry City in Sunset Park.
Next Door’s, a photography studio, will move into 11,601 square feet at 67 34th Street and use the space for production and art fabrication. Sebastian Errazuriz Studio inked a deal for 8,180 square feet in 32 33rd Street in the complex. And McConnell & Borrow Inc, a set designer and prop provider, signed for 6,206 square feet at 88 35th Street.
The lighting designer and manufacturer Lights Up! has signed a 12,000-square-foot lease at 148 39th Street in Industry City.
The company–which has provided commercial and residential lighting since 1987–will use the space primarily as a manufacturing and wholesale location, and has plans to add a design studio component down the line.
Julius Chabbott, director of real estate at Industry City, represented the landlord. The tenant represented itself. Asking rents were $13 per square foot. Mr. Chabbott was not available for comment.
Colson Patisserie inked a roughly 4,000-square-foot lease at 220 East 36th Street in the Industry City complex, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The space will include a working bakery and a retail cafe component of the Belgian bakery, which opened its first Brooklyn location in 2006 at 374 9th Street in Park Slope. Colson will not be the only Industry City tenant with sweet tooth appeal: Blue Marble Ice Cream and Tumbador Chocolate already produce confections in the 16-building, 1.1-million-square-foot Sunset Park compound.
Julius Chabbott, director of real estate at Industry City, represented the landlord. Colson represented itself.