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Bridge Street – The Dumbo Raw Space

Dumbo, New York, NY

7,000 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

From industrial wasteland, to artist retreat, to its present-day incarnation of Brooklyn tech hub, Dumbo is an ever-changing landscape. Creative agencies and tech start-ups have made a home in this waterfront neighborhood due to its close proximity to Manhattan and the gorgeous skyline views. As the name invokes, Bridge Street is within shouting distance of the Manhattan Bridge, and its the location of this enormous two-floor warehouse that includes four bathrooms.


Young families and professionals make a big portion of Dumbo’s demographic. Digital marketing agencies Huge and Big Spaceship both have their headquarters a few blocks away on Main Street. Dumbo generally isn’t known for its nightlife – visitors mainly come to the neighborhood for its waterfront parks and to check out Brooklyn Flea, a seasonal outdoor market selling vintage items and gourmet food. Getting here is easy with the York Street F only a 5 minute walk away.


Forgotten Works Photography studio right across the street. Around the corner is Mark Jupiter, a furniture store. Damascus Bakery is a food manufacturing company located over on Water Street.


  • Lighting
  • Shelves
  • Heating
  • Toilets
  • Wifi
  • Basement

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Rules of The Space

Section 1.1(b) is hereby amended to read as follows: “the Deposit which will be returned to the Licensee within 30 days following the end of the Term subject to deduction of any payment due to Landlord resulting from a failure to pay amounts due to the Landlord in accordance with the Payment Schedule or in accordance with clauses 1.7, 1.18 or 2.2(c).”

Section 1.19 is hereby amended to read as follows: “Throughout the License Term of this Agreement, Licensee shall, at its sole cost and expense, maintain insurance in conformance with the requirements set forth within this Section for Licensee and all of its contractors, subcontractors, agents and any other persons acting on Licensee’s behalf. Licensee shall use insurance companies authorized to do business in the State of New York, with a minimum A.M. Best rating of A-VII, covering all of Licensee’s operations under this Agreement. With respect to all coverage required hereunder, the Licensor (New City Ventures LLC) and Owner (37 Bridge Street LLC) shall be named as additional insureds by way of an endorsement or blanket additional insured provision. At least fifteen (15) calendar days prior to the Event Start Date, Licensee shall furnish to Licensor a certificate or certificates of insurance in form satisfactory to the Licensor showing that it has complied with this Section. Acceptance of the Certificates of Insurance by the Licensor shall not relieve Licensee of any of the insurance requirements set forth herein, nor decrease the liability of Licensee. Licensee shall be required to maintain a comprehensive general liability insurance policy with limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence of bodily injury, damage to rented premises, personal injury and advertising injury, and $2,000,000 general aggregate.”

Section 2.2(c) is hereby amended to read as follows: “Landlord shall be entitled to deduct the costs of disposal pursuant to this Section from the Security Deposit”

Section 2.2(d) is hereby amended to read as follows: “the Licensee hereby irrevocably appoints the Landlord for the purpose of providing security for the proper performance by the Licensee of the obligations contained in this Agreement”

Section 1.21 is hereby added to the Agreement and reads as follows: “Licensee agrees to hire a minimum two (2) fire guards. One (1) fireguard will be needed on duty during load-in and load-out, and two (2) fireguards will be needed on duty during the event. Each fire guard must be certified for indoor and outdoor place of assembly CAT F03 and F04 and must be hired from Licensor’s preferred vendor list. No later than fifteen (15) days prior to the Event Start Date, as set forth in the Application, Licensee must email a copy of the signed agreement with Licensor’s preferred vendor providing for the fire guards, to, for Licensor’s approval, which shall be provided in its sole and absolute discretion. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Licensee may but shall not be obliged to hire certified fire guards for the Event that may also act as security guards pursuant to Section 13 herein.”

Section 1.22 is hereby added to the Agreement and reads as follows: “Licensee shall not exceed, or cause to be exceeded, the maximum occupancy limit for the Premises, which is a maximum of 150 persons at any given time.”

Section 1.23 is hereby added to the Agreement and reads as follows: “Provided that the Licensee is not otherwise in breach or violation of any provision of this Agreement, the Licensee may request an extension of the Designated Hours, with such extension beginning immediately upon the expiration of the prior term, by providing Licensor with a written request. Such extension request may be granted or denied by Licensor in its sole and absolute discretion. Licensee shall be required to pay Licensor an additional License Fee (the “Overtime Fee”), in an amount equal to 1.5 times the hourly Rent fee prorated in 15-minute increments, within seven (7) days following the last date of use of the Premises by Licensee.”

Section 1.24 is hereby added to the Agreement and reads as follows: “Licensee acknowledges and agrees that it has examined the Premises and has determined by its own independent evaluation that the Premises is suitable and usable for the purposes, uses and activities intended by Licensee. Licensee acknowledges that the Licensor has made no representation, warranty or guaranty, express or implied, that the Premises now or hereafter is suitable or usable for the purposes or uses which Licensee intends to make of the Premises. Licensee acknowledges that it is satisfied with and has accepted the Premises in its present condition and has fully informed itself of all the details relating to the use of the Premises and has received satisfactory answers to all questions concerning the Premises and the risks inherent in the use thereof. Licensee acknowledges and agrees that such use in respect of the License may involve risks of bodily injury and death and agrees to assume the full risk of any injuries, including death, and of all costs, damages, and losses that Licensee may sustain as a result of the License.”

Home Truths

The space is enormous, however, Bridge Street is pretty quiet most days.