While 1000 Dean is being designed as a creative community that you’ll never want to leave, no sleep-overs are allowed so you will have to come and go from the building at least once a day. So it’s a good thing there are so many ways to get the building. We’re big fans of getting around by bicycle, so we’re pleased as punch that Dean Street is a major Eastbound bike route and Bergen Street is a major Westbound route. There are entrances to 1000 Dean from either street and there will be lots of bike racks to accommodate all the two-wheel commuters. If you’re coming from farther afield, there are a number of subways to take. The closest station is the C stop at Fulton and Franklin, the A stops at Fulton and Nostrand and the 2, 3, 4 and 5 all stop at Franklin and Eastern Parkway. In addition, the B65 will take you from Downtown Brooklyn across Dean Street and back again on Bergen. Then again, with Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill and Bed Stuy all within a half-mile, we suspect plenty of tenants will get to work the old-fashioned way—on foot!
1000 Dean is a historic 150,000-square-foot commercial building reimagined as the 21st century home for Brooklyn's creative community.