Industry City Logo

NOT SURE WHERE TO START? HERE ARE SOME TOPICS TO GET YOU STARTED.

YOU CAN ALSO CHECK OUT OUR FAQ PAGE HERE

.

Furniture Rental Company Feather Inks 33K SF at Brooklyn’s Industry City

July 12, 2021 Annie Milewski
Industry City is about to be awash in chairs, sofas and side tables.   The direct-to-consumer furniture rental company Feather just signed a three-year lease to relocate from near the Brooklyn Navy Yard to about 33,000 square feet at the Sunset Park, Brooklyn, campus, Commercial Observer has learned. Asking rents at Industry City range from $15 to $40 per square foot. “Feather’s relocation to Industry City’s furniture design hub was not just about the initial attraction to a clean, high ceilinged warehouse space with ample loading,” Kathe Kramer Chase, director or leasing at the 16-building campus, said in a statement. “[It was also about] the opportunity to partner up with both...

Industry City is about to be awash in chairs, sofas and side tables.  

The direct-to-consumer furniture rental company Feather just signed a three-year lease to relocate from near the Brooklyn Navy Yard to about 33,000 square feet at the Sunset Park, Brooklyn, campus, Commercial Observer has learned. Asking rents at Industry City range from $15 to $40 per square foot.

“Feather’s relocation to Industry City’s furniture design hub was not just about the initial attraction to a clean, high ceilinged warehouse space with ample loading,” Kathe Kramer Chase, director or leasing at the 16-building campus, said in a statement. “[It was also about] the opportunity to partner up with both Industry City and IC design tenants.” 

The deal comes at the heels of ZZ Driggs’ 7,000-square-foot lease at the site, which the furniture rental and purchase company announced in June. Feather will join another new tenant, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, along with fashion brand Loeffler Randall, post-production firm KMH Audio-Video Integration and payment application company Square.

Industry City’s Matt Stewart represented the owners internally in the deal. The tenant represented themselves internally, said Stewart. 

The access to multiple loading docks, oversized freight elevators and the environment drew Feather to the space, Stewart told CO.

“They wanted to be in a community that was engaging for their employees [and] they wanted their employees to have a very welcoming atmosphere, especially after the pandemic,” said Stewart. “The mix of the community and building specifications allowed them to have this flex warehouse-distribution use.”

*This is an article from Commercial Observer published on July 9, 2021; See the original article here.


Learn more about leasing space at IC here.


Keep reading

RELATED STORIES

How Brooklyn’s ‘Innovation Coast’ Became a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy 

January 29, 2024 Annie Milewski

The nickname was really just a marketing ploy for a stretch of neighborhoods, but it’s drawn dozens of businesses and...

View

DataVerge Signs Deal as Connectivity Partner for Brooklyn’s Industry City

January 16, 2024 Annie Milewski

DataVerge announced last week it has signed a new 20-year lease at Brooklyn’s Industry City, the largest interconnected business and...

View

49 Best Things To Do this Winter in NYC 2024

January 14, 2024 Annie Milewski

When it comes to the best things to do this winter in NYC one thing is certain: Being cooped up...

View

Loading...0%

Leasing Space Types

Visit IC