Filmmakers, press and VIPs partied beneath the iconic clock tower while enjoying food and drink from Create & Plate, Baba’s Pierogies, Epicurious Safari, Choux Fly Bakery, Chef Jo Anne Joseph, Jae NYC Eats, Sixpoint Brewery and Martin Scott Wines. Filmmakers also went home with shirts from new local fashion brand Brooklyn Celebrity. Brookyn’s own DJ SugarfreeBK spun a set under the stars as guests posed for photos and celebrated Brooklyn indie film.
Srour and co. have big plans for the future: 50,000 additional square feet will soon be developed to include a 20K square foot event space and more room for pop-ups and working spaces. And a second location – Bklyn Commons Bushwick — is set to open in 2017.
While the beautiful, high-tech space is impressive, it’s the people who make it work. Filmmaker Matt Nusbaum, musician Daniel Kidd, financial planner Kristen Euretig and TrendyTripping’s Johanne Brierre are just some of the professionals using Bklyn Commons to work and grow their businesses.
Prices to rent space are very competitive and the B, Q and S trains are right across the street at Prospect Park. Amenities include 24 Hour Access, Printing & Scanning Services, Reception, Kitchen, Outdoor Space, Conference Room and more. The rooftop can be rented out for private events, so you can party under the clock tower like we did!
The Art of Bklyn had an amazing time at Bkyln Commons and we look forward to working with them again as they expand and grow.