Bar & Restaurant
Bushwick has fast become the go-to spot for hip and creative New Yorkers. What was once an industrial center is now a thriving artistic community (much like its neighbor Williamsburg was years ago). Join that wave of innovation with a pop up in this large two-story space. The aqua-blue exterior resembles a garage or warehouse that’s an architectural hallmark of the neighborhood. Once you step inside-via large, glass doors - you’ll see that with high ceilings, hardwood floors, seemingly unlimited space, and natural light, there's a lot of potential to showcase your ideas. The ground-floor area is available for long-term rental. Upstairs is a space fit for more unusual ventures: think product launches, parties, and photo shoots. The area bustles with not only with its aesthetically inclined denizens, but Manhattanites making the quick trip on the L train (which is right around the corner) to visit white-hot performance spaces like the House of Yes. Even out-of-towners flock to the area to sample the culinary scene, like a slice of pizza from the world-famous Roberta’s.