A launch of leasing has been announced for 300 Huntington, a new six-story, 136,000-square-foot mixed-use commercial development located in Gowanus/Carroll Gardens.
The announcement was made by Monadnock Development, a Brooklyn-based, mixed-use development firm that has constructed several buildings in NYC since its inception in 2006.
300 Huntington, which is scheduled to launch sometime this fall, is anticipated to provide around 49,000 square feet of office and creative space, along with 17,000 square feet of additional retail space located at ground level — making it the first ground-up office/commercial building to be erected in the area.
The building itself will feature numerous oversized windows, offering an abundance of light for tenants, as well as breathtaking views of lower Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn.
Other notable attributes of the project include a mile-long esplanade and walkway constructed along the Gowanus Canal, a public park, shared and private amenity terrace space, the full utilization of electric energy, among other features.
In addition to developing the office building, Monadnock Development — along with its construction services company, Monadnock Construction — will also be moving into 300 Huntington, occupying the structure’s second and third floors as its new permanent headquarters.
“As a Brooklyn-born, Brooklyn-based firm with a strong presence in the community dating back more than four decades, selecting 300 Huntington as our new headquarters was not only irresistible but a natural next step in our firm’s continued evolution and growth,” said Frank Dubinsky, COO of Monadnock Development.
“Co-locating in close proximity to our tenants and future occupants allows Monadnock the ability to continue our mission and reputation as providers of best-in-class real estate solutions to the community.”
To learn more about the new mixed-use development in-the-works, visit 300Huntington.com.