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10 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201


10 Jay Street is a flexible work of architecture facing the East River. It is a landmark of DUMBO as the former sugar refinery built by John and Charles Arkbuckle of Arbuckle Coffee. Deemed ahead of its time, it was the first building in the area to include a brick curtain wall hung to a steel frame. Dumbo remains a hub for modern business owners. The nearby F train at York Street makes it a simple commute from Manhattan.

10 Jay Street has ascended into a contemporary workspace without losing the integrity of its industrial roots. The original red brick has been restored on three sides of the building with a remodeled façade. Floor to ceiling crystalline-shaped glass pays homage to its sugary nascence. DUMBO Industrial features exposed brick columns and 14-foot high ceilings. An immense amount of light brightens 20,000 square feet through the large antique windows. Two freight elevators are accessible through a separate load-in entrance on Jay Street. The rooftop has been transformed into a ravishing 3,500 square foot outdoor patio. Green foliage skirts around the brick ledge. Movable furniture makes the space adaptable to a range of ideas. Dumbo Rooftop is the quintessential place to be for uneclipsed views of the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and the World Trade Center.


20,000 total square feet

14’ ceilings

2,500 square foot patio

2 passenger elevators

1 freight elevator

Wrap-around balcony

Floor to ceiling windows

Furniture on site

Panoramic NYC skyline views



10 bathrooms per floor


6 floor


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