About The Hall
10 Buildings. One Vision.
At the crossroads of old world and new world innovation, in a revitalized industrial area where
DUMBO, Williamsburg, and The Brooklyn Navy Yard converge, THE HALL marks the arrival of an exciting new adaptive re-use project in Brooklyn.
Built in Wallabout, an important industrial district of the 19th and 20th centuries, THE HALL’s history is deeply rooted in innovation, engineering, and manufacturing. Given its rich heritage, it is perfectly fitting that THE HALL will now be home to tenants working on the cutting edge of design, media, and other industries. Its historic structures will continue to serve the industries that inspired their construction over a century ago - a lengthy pedigree that few sites in the city can still claim.
THE HALL’s thoughtfully curated retail mix, exciting calendar of indoor/outdoor programs and events, activated communal spaces, targeted local partnerships, socially responsible focus, and much more will inspire a magnetic culture that attracts premier talent and maximizes work-life integration, productivity, and purpose.
One entire block bound by Hall Street, Flushing Avenue, Ryerson Street, and Park Avenue, this campus is nestled between the BQE and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. A full campus restoration including façade, infrastructure, and exterior grounds is expected for competition in 2019.
Select buildings by Albert Kahn; restoration by Marvel Architects
1890 — 1927
673,958 square feet in 10 buildings across one full city block
Average Ceiling Height
12' — 17'