Fast Commercial Internet Service Will Soon Be Made Available Throughout Southwest Brooklyn

Industry City (Photo: Brady Dale/for Observer).
Industry City (Photo: Brady Dale/for Observer).


Some of the biggest industrial areas in New York City like Industry City, the Brooklyn Army Terminal and the Liberty View Industrial Plaza will soon have access to gigabit Internet speeds. On top of that, the providing company, Stealth Communications, is going to be upgrading the service of many of its customers.

The price for fiber access for businesses in Southwest Brooklyn will also plummet, thanks to Stealth Communications’ new fiber optic offering, according to a mailer that was shared with the Observer. Stealth is one of the providers working with the New York City Economic Development Corporation in its Connect IBZ program. As the Observer previously reported, Connect IBZ seeks to reposition Brooklyn’s enormous old industrial areas as new commercial hubs, with a mix of creative, food, tech and light manufacturing tenants.

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