A ‘Cathedral to Manufacturing’ Is Reborn | Wall Street Journal

Sep 28, 2016

Even as a rusted shell five years ago, Building 128 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard projected a singular presence, a vast space with steel trusswork stretching into pitched 70-foot ceilings.

Wall Street Journal
A ‘Cathedral to Manufacturing’ Is Reborn
Technology entrepreneurs work in space that once hosted a leading technology of its day—shipbuilding
by Keiko Morris
September 28

An overview of the renovated Building 128 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard which has been re-christened the Green Manufacturing Center. PHOTO: AGATON STROM FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

An overview of the renovated Building 128 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard which has been re-christened the Green Manufacturing Center. PHOTO: AGATON STROM FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

 

A workspace at the new building. PHOTO: AGATON STROM FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

A workspace at the new building. PHOTO: AGATON STROM FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

 

Office space at New Lab, a work space for entrepreneurs working in emerging technology. PHOTO: AGATON STROM FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Office space at New Lab, a work space for entrepreneurs working in emerging technology. PHOTO: AGATON STROM FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL