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Health club joins beer hall in Brooklyn industrial building

Neighborhood health and fitness center, Crowhill CrossFit is stretching out into a new 11,000 s/f space in Brooklyn.

The CPEX New York Retail Leasing Team announced the lease at 1010 Dean Street, adjacent to the historic 1000 Dean Street building in Brooklyn.

The one-story industrial warehouse measures 11,600 s/f and the site offers access from both sides.


The CPEX Retail Leasing, consisting of Ryan Condren, Kristina Triglia and George Danut, represented the landlord. The firm’s industrial leasing brokers Jacob Tzfanya and Chris Burti, also assisted with the transaction.

“CrowHill CrossFit is a great fit for 1010 Dean Street,” said Danut. “They already had a presence in the neighborhood and, although they are a relatively young business, they experienced tremendous success and needed additional space to accommodate their athletes.

“This location offers them that extra space and also comes with the added bonus of being located in a growing retail pocket that offers a variety of well-curated food options.”

The four-story building is being re-purposed as creative office and studio space, with Brooklyn Flea operating a food and beer hall on the ground floor.

The repositioning of 1000 Dean Street is representative of a broader Brooklyn trend of converting former industrial buildings for use as office and/or retail space, helping transform Dean Street into an up-and-coming retail corridoR, said the CPEX brokers.

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