Welcome to 1Hotel, your new Brooklyn retreat on the East River waterfront overlooking Manhattan, with rooms that feature floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic skyline views that spanning from the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty. Designed by local artists using native greenery and reclaimed materials, nature is home in Brooklyn. Guest and locals can refuel at Neighbors, a park-side café serving locally-made fare and a selection of Brooklyn-made goods. Or, stop by the lobby bar for cocktails featuring local and seasonally sourced ingredients. Amenities include a spa, four dining outlets, a gym, rooftop pool and much more. Reservations at 877.803.111. Follow
1 Main was one of the first renovated manufacturing buildings to be legally converted to residences, opening in 1999. The building was once part of Gairville, home to Robert Gair's companies - where the invention of the cardboard box took place. Now, 1 Main includes the famed clocktower apartment, loft condo residences and ground level retail.
Built in the 1800s by Robert Gair as a horse stable, 16 Main St, also known as The Stable Building, has been a subsidized cultural space owned by Two Trees Management for the past three decades. Today, three galleries are housed at 16 Main Street: Minus Space, Klompching Gallery, and United Photo Industries.
Located on the corner of Jay St and John St, 20 Jay is home to some of DUMBO‘s most renowned technology and creative studios, including PBS's documentary team at POV and branding agency Red Antler. At the ground level, art galleries and the IFP Made in NY Media Center reinforce the creative vibe.
Located on Front Street between Bridge and Gold Streets, 231 Front is the newest edition to the commercial real estate market in DUMBO. The first tenants of this building include Lonelyleap Films and ReviMedia.
Built in 1912, the structure contributes to the architectural and historical character of the DUMBO Historic District. Recently, the landmark building has been completely restored into a unique finished venue with more than 8,000 square feet of space. This grand venue can hold about 275 people for a seated function and 400 standing. The renovations highlight the building’s industrial past, original brick walls, large wooden doors, magnificent high ceiling with an immaculate sky light. Finished lighting and wall fixtures gives 26 Bridge an elegant touch. The authentic rustic style, mixed with a completely redesigned interior, creates a breath taking mix
30 Washington is a residential rental building with retail spaces including the iconic Smack Mellon Gallery. This building was owned and operated by Robert Gair and was converted to residential in 2012. It is owned by Two Trees Management.
45 Main is one of DUMBO's largest office buildings, home to many tech and creative tenants, including the creative agency Huge - which grew from 4 people in DUMBO to now 400+, as well as the HQ for West Elm, which started in DUMBO and will move to the refurbished Empire Stores in 2017. The building is owned by Two Trees Managment and also has street level retail.