Beacon for Integrated Industry
Situated at the apex of five major highways with access to port and city, 2505 Bruckner offers unparalleled truck access that will facilitate last-mile delivery to New York’s five boroughs, serving over 9.4 million people within 15 miles. As a building of monumental scale, 2505 Bruckner occupies an important visual space at the edge of a neighborhood, its verticality doubling usable space to maximize the high-value land.
2505 Bruckner features 28’ to 32’ clear heights, an elevated truck court, and one-way, two-lane ramps to increase throughput and redundancy. The multistory building design includes distinct levels for loading and unloading in addition to approximately 55,000 sf of on-site office space. The integration of on-site office space, light manufacturing, and distribution space accelerate delivery by compressing the production chain through co-locating design, prototyping, and distribution.
The design focuses on defining the project’s identity within the urban context while providing optimal industrial functionality. Iconic openings at the southwest and northwest corners reveal three floors of office space wrapped in floor-to-ceiling glazing providing stellar views to the New York City skyline and sprawling city beyond. Each corner features a five-level parking deck to accommodate passenger and fleet vehicles. Within the two-story warehouse, significant daylight filters in through clerestory windows to promote employee wellbeing.