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1000 Dean is a historic 150,000-square-foot commercial building reimagined as the 21st century home for Brooklyn's creative community.

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1000 Dean Street is a historic 150,000-square-foot commercial building located in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Formerly the Studebaker Service Station, the four-story concrete structure was purchased in 2012 by a joint venture between Brownstoner, BFC Partners and the Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group. After a year-and-a-half renovation, leasing began in the Spring of 2014. The creative offices and studios on the upper floors are anchored on the ground level by Berg’n, a 9,000-square-foot food and beer hall operated by the founders of Smorgasburg. With Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, Bedford Stuyvesant and Park Slope all within a half mile of the building, 1000 Dean Street is well on its way to becoming a hub of entrepreneurial activity. The building has been designed to address the needs of the Brooklyn small-business community with a wide range of office sizes, from 500 feet and up. For information about specific listings, please see the 1000 Dean page on the aptsandlofts.com website.