1002 DEAN STREET

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
CROWN HEIGHTS’ LARGEST COWORKING SPACE

Virtual Tour

Front Entry

Kitchen

Main Lounge

A Historical Cornerstone

1002 Dean Street is a historic 150,000-square-foot commercial building located in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Built in the 1920s, the building formerly served as a Studebaker Service Station. The building was purchased in 2012 and following a year-and-a-half renovation, leasing began in the Spring of 2014.

Reimagined for the Future

1002 Dean St. has been reimagined as a hub for the creative community of 21st century Brooklyn. The offices and studios on the upper floors have been designed to address the needs of the Brooklyn small-business community and are anchored on the ground level by a restaurant.

Revitalizing a Neighborhood

The building’s street-level restaurant houses Berg’n, a 9,000-square-foot food and beer hall operated by the founders of the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg, and features food from Bread & Salt, Mighty Quinn’s BBQ, Landhaus, and Lumpia Shack.