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Steiner NYC Restores Two Historic Navy Yard Buildings

As part of its new 696,000 square-foot Admirals Row mixed-use development, Steiner NYC has restored the historic 1850s Brooklyn Navy Yard Captain’s House. It has also rebuilt the 1853 “Timber Shed,” which was used to dry wooden masts for installation in Navy ships built at the Yard.

Admirals Row activates the Brooklyn Navy Yard by opening a prominent corner to the public for the first time in more than 200 years. In addition to the only Wegmans Food Market in New York City (75,000 square feet), Admirals Row includes more than 80,000 square feet of other retail space, 5,200 square feet of community facility space, 365,000 square feet of light industrial space leased to the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, and a four-story parking structure.

Led by Doug Steiner, Steiner NYC has developed, constructed, leased and managed more than 10 million square feet of real estate in 15 states. 


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