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Active coworking community expands its footprint
Brooklyn Boulders, a rock climbing, fitness, and coworking company, has leased a 30,598 square foot building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The active community has signed a long-term lease for the space that is expected to open sometimes in 2019.
The building will contain urban rock climbing, fitness, art, events, and a coworking space. The new space will be Brooklyn Boulders’ fifth location.
Diana Boutross of real estate company Cushman & Wakefield represented the property owners Jay and Michael Weitzman.
“With Williamsburg being such a vibrant and active community, it’s the perfect location for Brooklyn Boulders new home,” said Boutross. “87 Kent Avenue benefits from being situated among some of the neighborhood’s most popular attractions and steps away from the waterfront.”
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