Who isn't here, really?

Tech + Creative

Silicon Beach? Tech Triangle? Digital DUMBO? All of the above.  Dumbo is the first choice for creators and innovators, home to 500+ rockstar tech and creative companies.

Etsy. Huge. BIG. Vice. United Technologies. West Elm. Laundry Service. 72andSunny. POV. IFP. NYFA. Big Spaceship. Red Antler. Quip. NYU. WeWork. Must we go on?

In the last decade, Dumbo has become the densest cluster of creatives and technologists in New York City (read: the world?) We're plush with architects (and star-chitechts); film producers, music producers, creative agencies, product designers, sustainability start-ups and much more. In fifteen office buildings, with epic views of Brooklyn Bridge Park and Manhattan, these companies are shaping the internet, collaborating on world changing technologies and enticing clients and talent alike with that only in Brooklyn vibe.

It's good to come to a place where we can be surrounded by a community of peers.

Erik Manley, General Manager, frog

Talent takes the F Train

Killer Creative Agencies like these call Dumbo home
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Creative Agencies

They come for those epic waterfront views, easy subway access and lofty office space. They stay for that Brooklyn lifestyle: it attracts the talent, impresses the clients and makes every day pretty darn awesome.

Work in Dumbo?

Fact: The Cardboard Box was invented in Dumbo by Robert Gair (aka: Mr. Gairville). Dumbo's been changing the world since 1906.

Being based in Dumbo sends a message to our employees, volunteers and clients that we value creativity.

Thor Snilsberg, CityScience

A Dumbo discount program?

This is why we have nice things.

Dumbo by the numbers

Work. Live. Play. And the data to back it up.