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Small Business Services Directory
The Brooklyn Army Terminal [BAT]/NY City Biosciences Initiative is in the process of developing near term space for research, laboratory and bio-manufacturing uses. Located along the Brooklyn waterfront - at 140 58th Street and 1st Avenue in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn - with easy access to Manhattan, Phase I at BAT will be anchored by several academic research and commercial bioscience operations. Phase I is the conversion of 300,000 square feet for research and bio-manufacturing space. Further expansion space exists at the 4.0 million square foot complex. Current tenants include clinical testing laboratories. BAT is located within an Empire Zone which provides certain as-of-right tax benefits.
Southwest Brooklyn (SBIDC) current programs are focused business and workforce development in Sunset Park, Red Hook, and Gowanus. We administer the Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Business Zones (IBZ). For businesses in these areas and those wishing to locate to Southwest Brooklyn, SBIDC provides free technical and real estate assistance, referrals, employment services, assistance with incentives and an ombudsman program connecting businesses with government agencies and services.
The Southwest Brooklyn Empire Zone (EZ) covers the Sunset Park industrial area, Red Hook and the Gowanus waterfront. In addition to EZ tax credits and other standard benefits, the EZ offers free technical assistance, referrals, an employment service, and an ombudsman program to connect businesses with government agencies and services.
Business and job development in the Sunset Park, Red Hook and Gowanus communities of Brooklyn (SW Brooklyn) through: providing technical assistance in accessing government incentive programs and financing; locating suitable real estate; solving quality of life, service and infrastructure issues; advocating for policies that support business growth and identifying procurement opportunities.